VERBASCUM SEEDS

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  1. VERBASCUM ARCTURUS

    From Crete comes this charming one with woolly white leaves and yellow flowers with protruding scarlet anthers. These are ideal for a rock garden or wall, and are the dwarf relatives of many of the giants that often self-seed so prolifically along the roadsides of the world. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  2. VERBASCUM ATROVIOLACEUM

    This compact and adaptable species has wonderful, deep purple flower spikes above a rosette of dark green foliage. Plants bloom throughout the summer months and do best on well-draining, sandy-rocky soils that are not overly fertile in full sun to light shade. ... Learn More

    $3.70

  3. VERBASCUM BLATTARIA ALBA

    Slender spikes of purple-eyed white flowers arise from rosettes of glossy, crinkly dark green leaves. This plant is an absolute must for every cottage garden where it may gently self-seed into gravel or empty corners but is never a problem. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  4. VERBASCUM BLATTARIA YELLOW

    Slender spikes of bright cadmium yellow flowers with purple filamentous eyes, arise from rosettes of glossy dark green leaves, later forming hard green seed capsules. This plant is an absolute must for every cottage garden. It may gently self-seed into gravel, or empty corners but is rarely a problem. These seeds may produce the occasional white flower. ... Learn More

    $3.25

  5. VERBASCUM BOERHAVII

    A very fine plant displaying several slightly hairy spires of large, attractive, red-eyed golden flowers amidst, grey, floppy leaves. This is one of the less invasive species and ideal for a hot spot in your garden. ... Learn More

    $3.44

  6. VERBASCUM CHAIXII ALBUM

    This is one of the perennial verbascums bearing spires of purple-eyed white flowers on hairy stems and over compact rosettes of hairy, jagged-edged leaves. This is one of the better behaved Mulleins that may gently self-seed but rarely becomes a nuisance! ... Learn More

    $3.12

  7. VERBASCUM CHAIXII YELLOW

    One of the few truly perennial species of mullein, it has sulphur-yellow blossoms with purple and red filaments, which bloom profusely on long flower stalks in mid and late summer, above its rosettes of hairy, jagged-edged leaves which are semi-evergreen. These plants are well-adapted to cottage gardens, gravel, and rock gardens, or even naturalized areas. This is one of the better behaved Mulleins that may gently self-seed but rarely becomes a nuisance! ... Learn More

    $3.44

  8. VERBASCUM COTTAGE GARDEN MIX

    A wide assortment of all of the medium and larger verbascums, in many colours, collected from our gardens. The lazy gardener can just sprinkle this large packet where required. ... Learn More

    $3.44

  9. VERBASCUM EPIXANTHINUM

    Discovered at 1335 metres in the Vikos Gorge on the AGS MESE in 1999. Ground-hugging rosettes of golden-haired, grey furry leaves push up thick stumpy spires smothered in large bright yellow flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.38

  10. VERBASCUM ERIOPHORUM

    Imposingly tall stalks carry largish yellow flowers dotted along their length, and arise from equally impressive rosettes of basal foliage made of large grey, beautifully soft almost woolly leaves, similar in texture (but not shape or size) to those on Stachys lanata (Lamb's Ears). Overall a large plant that requires some room to grow, but it will reward you well with its impressive stature. ... Learn More

    $3.12

  11. VERBASCUM LYCHNITIS

    Very different from other "mulleins", forming narrow spires of white-powdered pointed leaves with dense branching clusters of pure white flowers. Excellent for brightening up a shady spot. ... Learn More

    $2.99

  12. VERBASCUM NIGRUM

    This most attractive mullein pushes up long, strong spires, which carry numerous side branches each up to 2 feet long, bearing purple-centred yellow flowers from spring until late autumn. A generous packet to fill your garden. You could even just sprinkle them around and let them come up as nature intended. ... Learn More

    $3.06

  13. VERBASCUM NIGRUM ALBUM

    Blooming profusely in late spring, this unusual, long-flowering plant is also one of the truly perennial species of mullein. Numerous erect, branching spikes arise, profusely laden with masses of pure white flowers, every blossom having attractive violet filaments accented by golden orange stamens. Bees absolutely adore this plant, and if deadheaded it will repeat flower throughout the summer. ... Learn More

    $3.19

  14. VERBASCUM OLYMPICUM

    Massive panicles composed of countless golden-yellow flowers adorn this gigantic specimen when it flowers in early summer, atop its strong stems and basal rosette of grey-woolly leaves. Although this large and impressive short-lived perennial sometimes dies after such a show-stopping flowering, it always seem to make enough self-sown babies to keep going constantly in subsequent years. ... Learn More

    $3.38

  15. VERBASCUM PHOENICEUM VIOLETTA

    Numerous shortish dividing spikes of dark purple-violet flowers open over an extended period above crinkly-shiny-leaved rosettes. By far the darkest flowered mullein available, it is a long-lived gem for the front of the border. ... Learn More

    $3.32

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