We have grown this sturdy perennial in our landscape for over 20 years. A hybrid between Phlomis fruticosa and P. russeliana, which forms a mound of large coarse leaves 3-4 tall by 5-6 ft. wide. The clear yellow flowers are in ball-like clusters on tall stems 3 - 4 ft. high. Dependable and adaptable, plant in full sun to light shade with moderate to occasional summer water. Deer resistant.