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Identity of plant in sepp holzer's gallery

 
          
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What is the plant with yellow flowers in this pic ? (from Sepp Holzer's website)
http://www.krameterhof.at/gallery/main.php?g2_itemId=753&&g2_GALLERYSID=76497ea73059d6b799054b17609293ec
 
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not sure what it is..similar to a lot but not identical
 
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Looks like gentiana lutea. What do you think?

Gentiana lutea is native to the mountains in middle- and south europe plus the alps. The plant grows very slowly and flowers for the first time when it is 10 yrs old. It can become 40-60 yrs old. The roots are used as a drug to cure absence of appetite.
 
          
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Wow, I think you nailed it, Dunkelheit, thank you.

Maybe I can use mullein and and get a similar look in the flower bed outside my kitchen window.  Although I don't think mullein flowers are near as beautiful.
 
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Glad to help. Take a look at a lysimachia punctata or a eremurus robustus. The first one has a similar flower design (the flowers are directly below the leaves at the stem) but she grows only up to 1 meter high. The second one grows 2-3 meters high and flowers yellow, too.
 
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another pretty yellow one would be LIgularia the rocket, or you could always grow primroses..some are very similar..or verbascums
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