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Mullein vs. Mullen — What's the Difference?

Mullein vs. Mullen — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Mullein and Mullen

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Mullein

Any of various Eurasian plants of the genus Verbascum of the figwort family, especially V. thapsus, naturalized in North America, having a tall spike of yellow flowers and leaves covered with dense woolly down.
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Mullen

Mullen is a surname of Irish and Scottish origin. Notable people with the surname include: Alex Mullen (born 1992), Australian professional footballer Andrew Mullen (born 1996), British Paralympian swimmer Ann A. Mullen (1935–1994), American politician April Mullen, Canadian actress and filmmaker Barbara Mullen (1914–1979), American actress Brian Mullen (born 1962), former NHL player Charles Mullen, Irish immigrant to South Australia who invented the mullenising agricultural method in the 1860s Charlie Mullen (1889–1963), Major League Baseball first baseman Conor Mullen (born 1962), Irish actor Dan Mullen (born 1972), American college football coach Danny Mullen (born 1995), Scottish professional footballer David Mullen (photographer) (born 1952), artist and photographer David Mullen (singer) (born 1964), former Blues Pop / CCM singer and producer Earl Mullen (1902–1969), American politician and businessman Ed Mullen (1913–1988), American professional basketball player Frank Mullen, American death metal vocalist Fraser Mullen (born 1993), professional footballer Geoff Mullen (1947–2014), Australian draft resister George Mullen (born 1974), art historian, gallery owner and auctioneer in Berlin Graham Calder Mullen (born 1940), Senior United States District Judge Harryette Mullen (born 1953), American poet, author and professor of English James T. Mullen (1843–1891), first Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus Jarrod Mullen (born 1987), current NRL player Jeff Mullen (born c.
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Mullein

Any of a few hundred species of European and Asian plants, of the genus Verbascum, especially that majority that have yellow flowers. Some species have been introduced to other continents, where some are now seen as invasive pests. Some species, though far from all, have downy leaves, hence common names such as: "velvet plant".
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Mullen

Alternative form of mullein
Oct 05, 2022

Mullein

Any plant of the genus Verbascum. They are tall herbs having coarse leaves, and large flowers in dense spikes. The common species, with densely woolly leaves, is Verbascum Thapsus.
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Mullen

See Mullein.
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Mullein

Any of various plants of the genus Verbascum having large usually woolly leaves and terminal spikes of yellow or white or purplish flowers
Oct 05, 2022

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