I've tried a couple plant ID sites, but had no luck - must not be searching the right terms or something. The flowers are about the size of sage flowers, fused petals. I see now that I've got it uploaded close-up's a bit fuzzy - sorry. Been flowering for over a month, so mostly gone to seed now.
It appears to have opposite leaves and every other pair is oriented in the same direction. It also appears to have a square stem. If I am seeing these correctly, combined with the structure of the flowers, I think it fits squarely in the Mint Family: Lamiaceae
It is a rather large family... Happy hunting!
Most mints have a strong aroma when the leaves are bruised. If you can tell us what it smells like, maybe someone can point you in a specific direction.
Oops! I should have mentioned - no scent. Not even much of a green smell when the leaves are crushed. although, now that I've read a little further, I see that the mint family doesn't necessarily have a scent. I thought it did, so ruled that out. Okay, well I'm happy with mystery Lamiaceae as an ID.
Thanks guys! That was an easy one for you
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