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What is this fuzzy leaf plant?

comments (3) July 26th, 2010 in gallery
Wrobelfamily Wrobelfamily, member
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I didn't plant it, and looks like lamb's ear , single plant as medium size hosta about 1 ft wide in june, consider perennial because I found it smaller last year, and it is about 2 ft tall now and has flower bud . I see it blooming now with yellow flower. I like this plant but help me to identify its name, because neighbours keep asking about this plant, help me please.


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TeaOlive writes: the flower stalk of this mullein will dry and make a nice stick for dried arrangements. but will seed and spread quite a bit. Posted: 12:18 pm on August 6th
Seamew writes: Gleent is correct, it is mullein. You'll see different varieties of it blooming along the roadside (depending on where you live). The botanical for it is verbascum and it has herbal properties and other useful properties as well. I'll be blogging about it on Thursday (7/29) at http://gardendaze.wordpress.com Posted: 8:06 pm on July 26th
glennt writes: mullein Posted: 5:29 pm on July 26th
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