Verbascum blattaria L., Sp. Pl. 178 1753. (syn: Blattaria vulgaris Fourr.; Thapsus blattaria (L.) Raf.; Verbascum blattaria var. brevipedicellatum Halácsy; Verbascum blattariforme Griseb.; Verbascum carduifolium Murb.; Verbascum caucasicum Fisch.; Verbascum claytoni Michx.; Verbascum cordatum Desf.; Verbascum glabrum Mill.; Verbascum leptophyllum Bub.; Verbascum luridum Salisb.; Verbascum muhlenbeckii Godr.; Verbascum nitidum Stokes; Verbascum pseudoblattaria Schleich.; Verbascum ramosissimum Lloyd ex Bor.; Verbascum repandum Willd.; Verbascum rhinanthifolium Davidov; Verbascum rubiginosum Diard; Verbascum virgatum Spreng.); 

Native range is Europe to N. Xinjiang and Afghanistan, NW. Africa as per POWO;


Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Corsica, Czech Republic, Slovakia, France,
Germany, Greece, East Aegaean Isl., Switzerland, Netherlands, Spain, Hungary,
Italy, former Yugoslavia, Poland, Romania, C- & E-European Russia, Belarus,
Ukraine, Crimea, Sardinia, Sicily, England (introduced), Northern Caucasus,
Armenia, Georgia [Caucasus], Azerbaijan, Siberia (W-Siberia), Uzbekistan,
Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Australia (introduced) (New South Wales
(introduced), Victoria (introduced), Tasmania (introduced)), Morocco, Algeria,
Tunisia, Libya, Peru (introduced), Lord Howe Isl. (introduced), China
(Xinjiang), Kyrgyzstan, Darjeeling (introduced), Turkey (Inner Anatolia,
N-Anatolia, NE-Anatolia, NW-Anatolia: Bithynia, SSW-Anatolia, W-Anatolia),
Cyprus (C-Mountains), European Turkey, Iran (NE-Iran: Mts., N-Iran, W-Iran),
Afghanistan (Badakshan, Baghlan, Kabul, Takhar), Jammu & Kashmir (Kashmir),
Hawaii (introduced) (Hawaii Isl. (introduced) (Humu`ula (introduced), single
collection)), USA (introduced) (Alabama (introduced), Arkansas (introduced),
Arizona (introduced), California (introduced), Colorado (introduced),
Connecticut (introduced), District of Columbia (introduced), Delaware
(introduced), Florida (introduced), Georgia (introduced), Iowa (introduced),
Idaho (introduced), Illinois (introduced), Indiana (introduced), Kansas
(introduced), Kentucky (introduced), Louisiana (introduced), Massachusetts
(introduced), Maryland (introduced), Maine (introduced), Michigan (introduced),
Missouri (introduced), Mississippi (introduced), Montana (introduced), North
Carolina (introduced), North Dakota (introduced), Nebraska (introduced), New
Hampshire (introduced), New Jersey (introduced), New Mexico (introduced), Nevada
(introduced), New York (introduced), Ohio (introduced), Oklahoma (introduced),
Oregon (introduced), Pennsylvania (introduced), Rhode Island (introduced), South
Carolina (introduced), South Dakota (introduced), Tennessee (introduced), Texas
(introduced), Utah (introduced), Virginia (introduced), Vermont (introduced),
Washington State (introduced), Wisconsin (introduced), West Virginia
(introduced)), Canada (introduced) (British Columbia (introduced), New Brunswick
(introduced), Ontario (introduced), Quebec (introduced))
as per Catalogue of Life;



/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/P1190843.JPGV. blattaria “White Blush”

 

Wild Flowers for ID : New Windsor,New York : 22NOV17 : AK-25 : 11 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (2)

Seen by the roadside, on 25th of June.

The place was overlooking the Hudson River.
Verbascum Species?


Lysimachia prolifera I hope 


Thanks, … But looks different from images at Lysimachia prolifera


Yes …, this is more likely to be Verbascum sp. as initially suggested by Aarti Ji..

Verbascum phoeniceum?


On searching, it does look close to Verbascum blattaria var albiflorum 
Verbascum Species for sure. 


Verbascum is alright but rather V. blattaria “White Blush”






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