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What's My Zone?
Zone: 5 to 9Perennial
|Blooms mid-spring to early autumn|
Cultivar Notes - 'Pink Petticoats'
Tall, sturdy stalks of ruffled, rose pink flowers with a hint of apricot add a bold vertical element to the garden. These spikes arise from a tight rosette of huge, silvery-green leaves with a felt-like texture.
Genus Notes - Verbascum
Most gardeners know Mullein as a towering roadside weed, but there are many good garden plants in the group. They offer dense spikes of cupped blooms, generally in late spring and early summer. Well-drained soil and sun are the keys to success.