by Renee Lindstrom, GCFP
Had I not witnessed it, I would have not known the difference between the dormancy of the mullein and IT’S VIBRANCY AS IT CAME TO LIFE! It seemed to happen overnight. The mullein did not die back over the winter however I didn’t notice that it lost it white shine on it’s fur until one day from the next the plant seemed to shine. I have four second year mullein plants in the front bed this year. Up from one from last year. I used Mullein extensively this past year in infused water remedies, oils, tinctures, teas and edibles (flowers). Read more on Mullein
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