Knisely,It looks like a mint family member to me...
All mints have square stems (roll it in your fingertips--you'll feel what I mean) and many of them have fragrant foliage. Mints like to have moisture at their roots--they don't compete quite as well in dry locations as some other plants.
That looks to be it!Looks like Wood Sage Teucrium canadense.
It is a native plant to the lower 48 and Canada......smells great!