What type of plant is this?


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I am visiting family in Oregon and am curious what type of plant this is? The nursery and neighborhood have no idea what it’s called.
 

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Thank you so much. I believe you are correct. I looked it up and compared the picture of a Jerusalem sage to the plant. Thank you for your help with solving the mystery
 
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There is a purple(ish) one which I would love to have been able to buy. Not sure that they will grow in our new garden, the like more sun than we can supply here.
 
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This particular Jerusalem-sage is Phlomis russeliana, native to Turkey and Syria. It is notable for its especially large and dark green leaves. There are almost a hundred species of Phlomis occurring widely in parts of southern Europe, northern Africa, and southwestern and central Asia. The genus is in the Mint Family (Lamiaceae).
 

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