Verbascum


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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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The biology of Canadian weeds: Verbascum thapsus and Verbascum blattaria.
In this fig the Verbascum thapsus has second place in the wound healing and tensile strength.
Take root cuttings from oriental poppies, verbascum, Primula denticulata, Phlox paniculata, rhus and other plants.
Delphiniums, foxgloves, hollyhocks, and verbascum provide the perfect accents, punctuating beds and borders with statuesque candles of bloom.
Nonetheless, using rich potting composts with fine, dust-sized seeds such as campanula, sedum, streptocarpus, verbascum and mesembryanthemum isn't a good idea.
Take root cuttings from oriental *poppies, verbascum, Primula denticulata, Phlox paniculata, rhus and other plants.
Take root cuttings of border perennials such as acanthus, border phlox, echinops, oriental poppies and verbascum, then put them in a cold frame or greenhouse.
Perennial hybrid Verbascum displays vibrant blooms for about a month in early summer, above yellow santolina.
The Verbascum 'Clementine' is a neat and compact perennial, which is really easy to grow and ideal for borders and patio pots.
Verbascum - the mullein has become a very popular plant in recent years and the range of flower colours and hybrids now available makes it a valuable border perennial, with flower spikes reaching in excess of 1 metre (3').
Take root cuttings from papaver (perennial poppies), verbascum (mullein) and phlox.
Prune outdoor vines Take root cuttings of Oriental poppies, phlox and verbascum.

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