Mullein

I think I mentioned my morning therapeutic walks (about a mile in length) that I’m doing several times a week, following my recent surgery. Along the way, I found this open meadow with a lot of different species of wildflowers growing. After one of my recent walks, I grabbed my camera/macro lens/tripod and headed back […]

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Moth Mullein, a Macro View

In yesterday’s post (“Moth Mullein Makes an Appearance”), I featured a couple of images of the Moth Mullein (Verbascum blattaria) patch I found at a local Missouri Conservation Area. After grabbing a few overall plant shots with my 500mm lens, I put on my 180mm macro lens and took some close-up images of the plants. […]

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Moth Mullein Makes an Appearance

Early Friday morning, I went out to a nearby Missouri Conservation Area. I was going to work on capturing some prairie birds in the area, but arriving there I found the area covered in dense fog. Normally, I love working in the fog, but knowing I would not be able to see the birds until […]

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Moth Mullein

Today’s post is about a rather new wildflower for me, one that I first discovered a year ago, but wasn’t able to photograph it or identify it until this year. It is a Moth Mullein (Verbascum blattaria). It grows up to about 5 feet tall, and has a lot of flowers on a single, multi-branched […]

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