140 (170)cm, Eastern Mediterranean Burgloss is an impressively tall biannual Echium species from the Eastern Mediterranean region. Plants make one main and several side stems from a basal leaf rosette. Leaves are lanceolate and prickly, axillary clusters of densely packed white to whitish rose flowers. Grow in a rocky, very well drained soil in a protected, sunny spot outside. Wild collected seeds from a population found in the Beka'a valley (Lebanon) at some 1.350m. VI-VII.