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Phlomis fruticosa, or Jerusalem Sage, is a perennial shrub native to the Mediterrenean regions around Turkey and is a common landscape plant for drought tolerant landscapes.  This plant is part of our Patagonia Heritage collection as it was planted decades ago at the old Elementary School (now the Patagonia Museum) by Kate Musick and has thrived gracing the front steps with its bright yellow flowers and cheerful appearance.  We took cuttings of this plant in 2021 and it has thrived in our nursery. Blooms spring through summer. Plant in full sun to mild shade in well draining soil.  Jerusalem Sage is quite drought tolerant once established and freezes back in zones 5-7 and is generally evergreen in zones 8-10.  No shipping.

Jerusalem Sage, Phlomis fruticosa, container

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