What is another word for Verbascum Thapsus?

15 synonyms found


[ vˈɜːbaskəm θˈapsəs], [ vˈɜːbaskəm θˈapsəs], [ v_ˈɜː_b_a_s_k_ə_m θ_ˈa_p_s_ə_s]

Verbascum thapsus, also known as mullein, is a flowering plant that is commonly found in Europe, Asia, and North America. It has long been used in traditional medicine for its various healing properties, with its leaves and flowers being used to make teas, extracts, and tinctures. In addition to its medicinal value, mullein is also valued for its ornamental qualities and is often grown in gardens for its tall, spiky flowers. Synonyms for the plant include Aaron's rod, flannel plant, and velvet dock, all referencing different aspects of its appearance or uses. Overall, verbascum thapsus is a versatile and valued plant that has been appreciated for centuries.

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How to use "Verbascum thapsus" in context?

Verbascum Thapsus is a common and easy to grow perennial with purple flowers. Its Latin name means "wolf's grass." Verbascum thapsus is native to Europe, Asia, and North America. The plant isp succulent, with a long lived root system, and grows up to 2.5 meters in height. The leaves are ovate to elliptical, 1-3 cm long and 0.8-1.2 cm wide, and the flowers are purple, 3-5 cm in diameter with 5 round, purple petals. The flowering period is May-June in the UK.

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