- Flower nameJerusalem sage
- Scientific namePhlomis fruticosa
- AliasJerusalem sage
- Place of originMediterranean coast
- Place of floweringBotanical Gardens
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June, July, August, September
What is Jerusalem sage
Jerusalem sage (scientific name: Phlomis fruticosa) is native to the Mediterranean coast, and is a cold tolerant, evergreen shrub of the family Lamiaceae. The flower name is also called the scientific name Phlomis fruticosa. The shrub height is 90-150 cm. The leaves are greyish green and the edges of the leaves are circular and silver. From spring to summer, it draus out inflorescences in the center and at the top of the stem and blooms 10 to 15 yellow lip-shaped flowers.
Common name: Jerusalem sage, Scientific name: Phlomis fruticosa, Aka: Phlomis fruticosa, Origin: Mediterranean coast, shrub height: 90-150 cm, leaf color: gray green, leaf shape: oval to lanceolate, leaf edge: circular sawtooth, flower color: yellow, flower length: 3 cm, flowering time: from April to September, Applications: Dried flowers, potpourri, herbs.