|Common Mullein is a member of
the Snapdragon Family.
plant grows to 6 feet in height and has grayish-green hairy leaves to 16 inches in length
(though they are typically shorter on the stem). It typically grows in
disturbed areas, such as along roads or in fields at elevations
between 5000 and 7000 feet.
Leaves of the Common Mullein were
used by Native Americans as a lining for footwear to keep their
Common Mullein blooms between June and September and
produces a tall flower stalk to 20 inches in length with yellow,
5-petaled flowers to 1 inch in width.