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Verbascum

a potentially poisonous genus of plants in the family Scrophulariaceae. The plants contain cardiac glycosides similar to digitalis but poisoning is not recorded. Called also mullein.
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In exposed situations, verbascums will need staking.
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Agapanthus, polemoniums, eryngiums and verbascums have all ripened brilliantly, so it should be a good haul.
And penstemons are related to foxgloves and verbascums, plants that aren't on their menu.
Take root cuttings of perennials with thick, fleshy roots, including phlox, oriental poppies and verbascums.
SOW summer-flowering biennials such as foxgloves, verbascums and Canterbury bells in a spare piece of ground.
SOW summer flowering biennials such as foxgloves, verbascums and Canterbury bells in a spare piece of ground.
CREATE THE LOOK: Plant contemporary classics like verbascums, achillea and astrantas in a loose romantic style with old favourites like Geranium JohnsonOs Blue within a sea of grasses to update your garden and add a sense of movement to borders.