Sageleaf rockrose is an evergreen shrub growing from 30 to 60 cm tall, with hairy twigs and resinous hairy grey-green leaves. Its flowering from late spring to late summer. It grows naturally in disturbed ground, maquis, phrygana, and roadsides. It is a native of the Mediterranean region.
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a. A cleaning solution is prepared by mixing sageleaf rockrose with Greek sage and boiling in water.
Sageleaf rockrose cultivated in the nursery industry, and grown in gardens and public landscapes, often for its drought-tolerant and pollinator habitat attributes.