- n any of various plants of the genus Verbascum having large usually woolly leaves and terminal spikes of yellow or white or purplish flowers
- Of the survivors, 21 are moth mullein, one is another type of Verbascum and the last a variety of the Malva species that had not sprouted since 1899.
- Faith is widespread in the anticold potency of herbs like eucalyptus, mullein leaves, bloodroot and red clover.
- Unlike Warsaw, where great effort has reduced the rubble piles and brought rebuilding, Wroclaw's side streets are still choked with debris in which grow mullein and other weeds.
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- Roadside plants can be captivating
Many kinds of wild plants bloom along country roads in Lancaster County, as elsewhere. At least six species of them are of special interest to me, including chicory, Queen-Anne's-lace, butter-and-eggs, bouncing bet, teasel and common mullein.These plants, and others, have characteristics in common. ...
July 21, 2013 - Lancaster Online