Phlomis fruticosa (Jerusalem sage) is a species of flowering plant of the Lamiaceae family, native to Albania, Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Turkey, and regions of the ...
Phlomis russeliana (Hardy Jerusalem Sage) is admired for both its unusual whorls of soft yellow flowers and its large olive-green leaves.
Phlomis fruticosa, Jerusalem Sage, Shrub, , San Marcos Growers.
Culture. Jerusalem sage is a shrubby evergreen in USDA Zones 8-10. Plants typically die to the ground in winter in USDA Zones 5, 6 and 7, with roots usually ...
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Phlomis russeliana, commonly known as Jerusalem Sage or Turkish Sage, brings interest to the garden almost all year-round! First, with its originating flower ...
Phlomis or Jerusalem Sage selections, including Phlomis anatolica, Phlomis cashmeriana, Phlomis fruticosa, Phlomis lanata, and Phlomis tuberosa, available at ...
Jerusalem Sage is also prized for its fuzzy, textured foliage and for winter interest when the stems are left uncut. Easily grown, it's an asset in the border or ...
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