Also known as "Greek Mullein". Hardy and low-maintenance, this Mullein variety thrives in full sun, tolerates various soils, and stands up to drought and deer. Beyond its ornamental charm, Olympic Mullein has a rich history in herbal medicine.
Olympic Mullein is big, reaching heights of 6-10 feet and 2-4 feet wide. Short-lived with generous seed production, attracts a host of pollinators, including butterflies and bees. Biennial, that produces a rosette of basal leaves, and the following year a huge 3-6' spike ending in a candelabra of yellow blossoms. USDA Hardiness zones 3-8.
Each packet contains about 100 seeds.
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