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Question: i saw a huge jerusalem sage around Fredericksburg Texas with beautiful yellow flowers but in three years I have been unable to locate one in the USA although I did find one in England but they do not ship to the US. Can anyone help me? I know it is considered a shrub b/c it gets 3 to 4 feet tall and it really isn't an herb although it is called a sage. Any info and help would be greatly appreciated.

Answer: Wanda,

Jerusalem sage (Phlomis fruticosa) are fairly common in central Texas nurseries. In your area you might try some nurseries around the Tyler area.

Check out the following web site. It has a box for you to enter your zip code and will then give you a list of local retailers that carry Monrovia plants:

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