Mullein Seeds - Verbascum Thapsus
Mullein Seeds - Verbascum Thapsus
Mullein Seeds - Verbascum Thapsus
Mullein Seeds - Verbascum Thapsus
Mullein Seeds - Verbascum Thapsus
Mullein Seeds - Verbascum Thapsus
Mullein Seeds - Verbascum Thapsus
Mullein Seeds - Verbascum Thapsus
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Mullein Seeds - Verbascum Thapsus

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These tiny mullein herb seeds will grow a small basal rosette plant the first year then will grow up to six feet tall the second year. Why buy dried herbs when you can grow your own? Find out more about this amazing plant on our blog here

You'll get several hundred seeds in each packet. They also have an excellent germination rate so be careful unless you want mullein growing everywhere.

 

GROWING INFORMATION

To start from seed indoors, drop a few seeds on the soil surface of a small pot but don't cover with soil. You can pat the seeds down a little with your finger. Sprinkle with water and keep moist until ready to plant outside. To plant outside, direct sow on the area you want it to grow, you can pat the seeds down just a little and water and keep moist until it has a good start. Then just water periodically unless it gets watered by a good rain. Try to emulate the conditions it would grow in the wild.

It prefers full sun and dry soil, although mine had indirect sunlight and did great. It's hardy from zone 3 to 9. Give it plenty of space to grow. It can grow 2-3 feet wide. It doesn't require a lot of water and prefers well drained soil. You don't have to fertilize it but if you do, make sure it's at the beginning of the growing season with a slow-release 10-10-10 fertilizer to encourage faster growth and many blooms. It's tolerant to temperature as low as 5º F but it's best to use a mulch before a frost. Just cover the surface of the plant with a layer of leaves, straw or whatever you have that you can mulch with.

These were grown using organic methods.

 

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