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From herbology.com: "Mullein is found in hedgerows, on roadsides and areas of disturbed ground. It is very easy to grow in a sunny position and dry soil, Mullein dislikes shade and too much water. The much coveted flowers, beautiful rods of deep yellow flowers, appear in the second season and can grow to a height of 2 m (7 feet)."
Mullein – Verbascum thapsus – Great Mullein, Aaron’s Rod, candlewick plant, flannel plant, lungwort, shepherd’s staff, velvet dock and torches. Adam’s Flannel, Beggar’s Blanket, Hag’s Taper, Jupiter’s Staff, Velvet Plant, Woolly Mullin