Tim Kiser's photos with the Verbascum

Wooly mullein (Verbascum densiflorum) is waaaay way better than common mullein (Verbascum thapsus).

Wooly mullein (Verbascum densiflorum) is waaaay way better than common mullein (Verbascum thapsus).
Oh my gosh yes.

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In East Lansing, Michigan, on July 9th, 2015, in the W.J. Beal Botanical Garden on the campus of Michigan State University.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
QK495.S43 Mulleins—Pi…
Added on August 19, 2016

It is very rare for mullein and sumac to grow in such proximity to one another.

It is very rare for mullein and sumac to grow in such proximity to one another.
As it happens mullein and sumac are the only 2 plants I know how to identify!

The sunlight looks more natural than usual this morning.

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In Plymouth, Minnesota, on August 22nd, 2010, along the Luce Line State Trail, west of the Ol…
Added on September 21, 2010

To be lured into that, and taken away by the plants.

To be lured into that, and taken away by the plants.
I will imagine it to be the old-style state of the continent's interior's landcover, and I will not be seen as I huddle or recline within it. Every piece of it is edible and delicious so I can last awhile — out here in the Twin Cities suburbs!

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Added on November  7, 2010

Idaho, darkness and desolation of reality of dirt of contemp'ry potato country, chillily windeous.

Idaho, darkness and desolation of reality of dirt of contemp'ry potato country, chillily windeous.
The ruined reflector resembles a miniaturized old steel garbage can lid.

Roadside mullein!, Tetons, potatoes.

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In southeastern Fremont County, Idaho, on May 25th, 2010, southeast of the nonexistent settlement of "Lamont, Idaho,"…
Added on August  3, 2010