Veronica alpina L., Sp. Pl. 11 1753. (syn: Cardia alpina (L.) Dulac; Veronica alpina f. albiflora Rosenv.; Veronica alpina var. australis Wahlenb.; Veronica alpina subsp. australis (Wahlenb.) Á.Löve & D.Löve; Veronica alpina subsp. lasiocarpa (Pennell) Elenevsky; Veronica alpina subsp. minuscularia (Pau) Rivas Mart. & Molero Mesa; Veronica carnea Vitman; Veronica clarkeana Schult. & Schult.f.; Veronica gebhardiana Vest ex Schult.; Veronica grandifolia Vest ex Schult.; Veronica imbricata Woerl.; Veronica integrifolia Schrank; Veronica lasiocarpa Pennell; Veronica minuscularia Pau; Veronica pumila All.; Veronica pygmaea Schrank; Veronica rotundifolia Schrank; Veronicastrum alpinum (L.) Fourr.);
NE. Canada to Greenland, Europe to Siberia and W. Himalaya: Albania, Altay, Austria, Bulgaria, Buryatiya, Corse, Czechoslovakia, Finland, France, Føroyar, Germany, Great Britain, Greenland, Iceland, Italy, Krasnoyarsk, North European Russi, Norway, Nunavut, Pakistan, Poland, Québec, Romania, Spain, Svalbard, Sweden, Switzerland, Tibet, Tuva, Ukraine, West Himalaya, West Siberia, Yugoslavia as per POWO;


Pangi id – al021011a: Is this from the mint family…??

Location Pangi Valley
ALtitude 4000 mts
Habit Herb
Habitat wild
Height 6-8 inches

Could that be Nelsonia sp.?

I think Acanthaceae and Nelsonia is a possible genus id

Please check

Thanks … and … does look similar to … pics on Flickr

I think this is probably Lamiaceae (Mint family).

Please check Prunella species, Lamiaceae

Appears superficially close to Prunella
But corolla is different from both Prunella vulgaris and Prunella hispida Bentham

Veronica sp.

I could match it with Veronica alpina L. as per POWO and GBIF


References: POWO  Catalogue of Life  The Plant List Ver.1.1  IPNI  GBIF (High resolution specimens)