Small yellow flowers bloom in the second year, on 6 foot spikes over rosettes of big woolly leaves. Plant in full sun and poor, well-drained soil.
Traditional Healing Uses: For respiratory ailments, migraines, kidney infection, intestinal problems, bleeding, earaches, sinus problems, swelling, tumors, and ulcers.
Other Uses: For making dye or ceremonial torches.
Caution: Leaf hair may cause irritation.