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  BOTANICAL NAME COMMON NAME DESCRIPTION
SAGINA SUBULATA
SAGINA SUBULATA Irish Moss Mat forming light emerald green moss like foliage. Sprinkled with white flowers in Spring. Keep evenly moist and plant in well drained soil. Plants are evergreen but will brown if allowed to dry out too much.
SAGINA SUBULATA AUREA
SAGINA SUBULATA AUREA Scotch Moss Mat forming bright yellow moss like foliage. Sprinkled with white flowers in Spring. Keep evenly moist and plant in well drained soil. Plants are evergreen but will brown if allowed to dry out too much.
SALIX ALBA TRISTIS
SALIX ALBA TRISTIS Niobe (Golden) Weeping Willow Broad canopy of graceful, golden weeping branches often reaching the ground.
SALIX CAPREA
SALIX CAPREA French Silk Pussy Willow A small tree, or multi-stemmed shrub, with upright, erect branching. Showy male catkins in March-April.
SALIX CAPREA PENDULA
SALIX CAPREA PENDULA Weeping Pussy Willow Silvery pink catkins and gray-green foliage. Can be used as a groundcover or trained into a graceful weeping form.
SALIX I. HAKURO NISHIKI
SALIX I. HAKURO NISHIKI Dappled Japanese Willow Grafted cultivar with slender branches and striking green, white and pink foliage, maintained by regular shearing. Salmon pink new growth.
SALIX PURPUREA NANA
SALIX PURPUREA NANA Dwarf Blue Arctic Willow Silvery blue-green foliage on a truly dwarf, rounded plant. Specimen or low informal hedge.
SALIX PURPUREA PENDULA
SALIX PURPUREA PENDULA Weeping Blue Arctic Willow A fine-textured miniature plant perfect for small gardens. The plant has long, narrow blue leaves and dark reddish purple branches that provide an extra season of interest.
SALVIA BLUE HILL
SALVIA BLUE HILL Blue Hill Meadow Sage The spikes of true blue flowers make this a spectacular perennial! The vibrant blue flowers are excellent in combination with golden flowered annuals and perennials in the mixed border.
SALVIA NEMEROSA APRIL NIGHT
SALVIA NEMEROSA APRIL NIGHT Sallyrosa™ April Night Sage A compact plant that flowers up to a month earlier than other varieties with long-lasting, upright, spikes in vivid, violet-blue.
SALVIA NEMEROSA SENSATION SKY BLUE
SALVIA NEMEROSA SENSATION SKY BLUE Sensation Sky Blue Meadow Sage Spikes of light blue flowers on a compact yet vigorous grower. Very free-flowering and an excellent rebloomer.
SALVIA NEMEROSA SNOWHILL
SALVIA NEMEROSA SNOWHILL Snowhill Meadow Sage Exceptionally long bloomer with numerous spikes of pure white flowers against gray-green, aromatic foliage. Plant in drifts for a dramatic effect. Deadhead for repeat blooming.
SALVIA RHEA
SALVIA RHEA SALVIA Rhea' is a dwarf, compact form of Salvia often used as an annual bedding plant in borders or mass plantings. Deep, violet-blue spikes of closely-packed tubular flowers can be used in fresh arrangements or dried. RHS AGM (Award of Garden Merit)
SALVIA SENSATION ROSE
SALVIA SENSATION ROSE Sensation Rose Meadow Sage Fragrant lavender-pink flowers appear in dense terminal spikes that arise over the erect but slightly spreading clump. Noted for its compact, free branching habit, and long bloom time, May to August. Prefers moist gravelly or sandy soils.
SALVIA VISTA LAVENDER
SALVIA VISTA LAVENDER Vista Lavender Salvia Dense, well-packed lavender flower spikes and dark green foliage. Compact habit with foliage and flowers that keep growing and hold their color intensity throughout the season without fading in the brightest sun.
SALVIA VISTA MIX
SALVIA VISTA MIX Mixed Vista Salvia Dense, well-packed flower spikes of lavender, purple, red, salmon, and white with dark green foliage. Compact habit with foliage and flowers that keep growing and hold their color intensity throughout the season without fading in the brightest sun.
SALVIA VISTA RED
SALVIA VISTA RED Vista Red Salvia Dense, well-packed red flower spikes and dark green foliage. Compact habit with foliage and flowers that keep growing and hold their color intensity throughout the season without fading in the brightest sun.
SALVIA X S. H. EAST FRIESLAND
SALVIA X S. H. EAST FRIESLAND East Friesland Meadow Sage Spikes of vibrant violet-purple flowers in Summer. Foliage is aromatic when crushed. Deadhead to promote reblooming.
SALVIA X S. MARCUS
SALVIA X S. MARCUS Marcus™ Meadow Sage Compact variety with a broad spreading habit and deep purple-blue flower spikes. Marcus makes up for its lack of size by blooming nearly all summer long.
SALVIA X S. MAY NIGHT
SALVIA X S. MAY NIGHT May Night Meadow Sage Deep violet purple spikes in Summer. Foliage is aromatic when crushed. 1997 Perennial plant of the year.
SAMBUCUS CANADENSIS
SAMBUCUS CANADENSIS American Elderberry A thicket-forming shrub with large flat-topped clusters of small, fragrant white flowers in July. Big clusters of edible dark purple to black, berry-like fruits follow in late summer to fall. Prefers moist soil and may be used in bogs.
SAMBUCUS N. BLACK TOWER
SAMBUCUS N. BLACK TOWER Black Tower Elderberry Towering, narrow and upright selection with dark burgundy foliage. Big blooms all summer, followed by berries in fall. Easily cut back after flowering to keep it more compact. This shrub does best in full sun to partial shade. It is quite adaptable, preferring to grow in average to wet conditions, and will even tolerate some standing water. It is not particular as to soil type or pH. It is highly tolerant of urban pollution and will even thrive in inner city environments.
SAMBUCUS NIGRA ‘EVA’
SAMBUCUS NIGRA ‘EVA’ Color Choice® Black Lace® Elderberry Intense purple black foliage is finely cut, giving it an effect similar to that of Japanese Maple. Creamy pink flowers in spring contrast nicely with the dark leaves.
SAMBUCUS R. SUTHERLAND GOLD
SAMBUCUS R. SUTHERLAND GOLD Golden Elderberry Deeply cut leaves emerge in the spring with coppery overtones and mature to golden yellow, providing excellent contrast in the landscape. Masses of creamy flowers give way to red fruit that attracts songbirds.
SAMBUCUS RACEMOSA ‘SMNSRD4’
SAMBUCUS RACEMOSA ‘SMNSRD4’ Color Choice® Lemony Lace® Elderberry Bright golden, cutleaf foliage forms a colorful, fine textured mound of gold threads with reddish new growth. White spring flowers form red fruit in fall. Foliage is more deeply cut than Sutherland Gold or Black Lace™.
SANGUISORBA LITTLE ANGEL
SANGUISORBA LITTLE ANGEL Little Angel Burnet A compact, variegated plant that is perfect as a container plant or a small scale plant for the front of the border. The tiny, deep green leaves have creamy white margins that form a dense, petite clump of foliage. Bright green stems hold long, oval-shaped rosy red flower panicles that pop out the top of the plant.
SAPONARIA MAX FREI
SAPONARIA MAX FREI Max Frei Soapwort Trailing stems of soft, blue-green, oval leaves and clusters of quarter sized pink flowers that cover the plant in summer. Common name refers to the fact that most plants of the genus can be boiled in water to produce a soap-like lather, which purportedly can be used to wash clothing.
SASSAFRAS ALBIDUM
SASSAFRAS ALBIDUM Sassafras Pyramidal form, in youth, matures to a rounded canopy of short, horizontal branches. Aromatic foliage, twigs and roots. Outstanding fall display of orange, red and yellow.
SCABIOSA BUTTERFLY BLUE
SCABIOSA BUTTERFLY BLUE Butterfly Blue Pincushion Flower A compact, long blooming perennial with gray-green leaves and pretty lavender-blue flowers that look like pincushions surrounded by frilly petals.
SCABIOSA VIVID VIOLET
SCABIOSA VIVID VIOLET Violet Blue Pincushion Flower An exciting new variety with large, vivid violet pincushion flowers and is resistant to powdery mildew. A vigorous grower that blooms continuously late spring to frost, with a nice mounding habit, and foliage that holds up through the entire season. Must have good drainage.
SCAEVOLA BOMBAY DK BLUE
SCAEVOLA BOMBAY DK BLUE Bombay Dark Blue Scaevola True blue fan shaped flowers on a compact, trailing habit. Grows best in part to full sun. A low water use plant.
SCIADOPITYS VERTICILLATA
SCIADOPITYS VERTICILLATA Japanese Umbrella Pine Umbrella-like whorls of needles that grow at the ends of the branchlets and branches. Each whorl contains 20-30 soft, flattened, dark green needles radiating outward, resembling the ribs of an open umbrella. The oval, erect fruiting cones emerge green in the first year and ripen to brown in the second year. Attractive reddish brown exfoliating bark is usually well-hidden by the dense foliage.
SCUTELLARIA OVATA
SCUTELLARIA OVATA Heart-leaved Skullcap Foliage has a metallic purple cast in spring and early summer. In mid summer spikes of violet flowers appear.
SEDORO BLUE ELF
SEDORO BLUE ELF Sunsparkler® Blue Elf Sedoro First ever Sedum x Orostachys hybrid. Combines the best of both parents - Steel-blue tufted foliage rosettes and numerous lateral branches and smothered in tight clusters of dark pink, highly fragrant flowers in late summer from the Sedum parentage. Grows to a very tight, ultra-compact height of 3” and 15” wide within one year.
SEDUM ACRE
SEDUM ACRE Golden Moss Stonecrop Succulent perennial with fleshy, flat or rounded, deep green leaves that take on a red hue in Winter. Covered in yellow flowers in Summer. Forms a groundcover. Needs well drained, acidic soil. Prefers sandy or gravely soil.
SEDUM ANGELINA
SEDUM ANGELINA Angelina Stonecrop Evergreen, bright, glowing, golden yellow needle-like leaves that take on a reddish-orange tinge in the Winter. Yellow flowers appear on stalks in early Summer. Low, spreading plants form dense mats and are excellent for covering dry sunny slopes.
SEDUM AUTUMN CHARM
SEDUM AUTUMN CHARM Autumn Charm™ Stonecrop A variegated form of 'Autumn Joy', with the same bloom strength and butterfly appeal. In summer, buds cover the entire plant, then open a light pink followed by red seed heads in fall. Holds variegation from Spring to frost. Indispensable source of color all year.
SEDUM AUTUMN FIRE
SEDUM AUTUMN FIRE Autumn Fire Stonecrop Deep rich red flowers hold their color and shape well. Blooms June- September.
SEDUM AUTUMN JOY
SEDUM AUTUMN JOY Autumn Joy Stonecrop Tough and adaptable plant. Pink flowers in summer age to brown in the fall and remain effective all winter.
SEDUM BEACH PARTY
SEDUM BEACH PARTY Beach Party Stonecrop Prolific flowers are star-shaped and light rose-pink from August to October. Spring leaves are a showy yellow-green, edged with red. Compact, tight, mounded habit. Needs good sun and drainage. Part of the Party Hardy™ Series.
SEDUM BIRTHDAY PARTY
SEDUM BIRTHDAY PARTY Birthday Party Stonecrop Foliage is tinted purple-brown and is topped with huge, deep pink flowers in summer. Bred for a compact habit that doesn't open up and large flower heads.
SEDUM BLUE PEARL
SEDUM BLUE PEARL Blue Pearl Sedum Begins spring with the bluest foliage of any Sedum, which continues to intensify in color as it moves into hot & humid summer weather. Bright pink contrasting flowers appear summer to fall. The colorful blue foliage does not fade like other Sedums, but gets better as the season progresses.
SEDUM BLUE SPRUCE
SEDUM BLUE SPRUCE Blue Spruce Stonecrop Steel blue needle-like leaves and yellow flowers, late Summer to Fall. Excellent when planted where it can trail and spill over rocks, walls, and container edges. Prefers average to sandy soils but will tolerate clay. Easy to grow and thrives on neglect and poor soils.
SEDUM CAPE BLANCO
SEDUM CAPE BLANCO Cape Blanco Stonecrop The brilliant silvery leaves make this a great choice for ground cover, container, rock garden or pathway accent. Clusters of tiny yellow flowers contrast nicely with the foliage, which takes on an attractive purplish tinge in cool weather. As the foliage is edible, try it in soups or add to a stir-fry.
SEDUM CAUTICOLA
SEDUM CAUTICOLA Cauticola Stonecrop Attractive groundcover form. Rounded blue green leaves give way to pink flowers in summer that age to red in fall. Good for rock garden, containers or in small dry spaces.
SEDUM CAUTICOLA COLA
SEDUM CAUTICOLA COLA Coca Cola™ Stonecrop Short, spreading mound of glaucous, silvery blue-green rounded foliage. Tiny, star shaped bright pink flowers late Summer through Fall.
SEDUM CHERRY TART
SEDUM CHERRY TART Cherry Tart Sedum Vibrant, cherry-red leaves hold color through fall. Summer brings masses of brilliant pink flowerheads, reaching five inches in diameter.
SEDUM CHOCOLATE DROP
SEDUM CHOCOLATE DROP Chocolate Drop Stonecrop Dark, chocolate-brown leaves with soft rose-colored flowers in summer. Excellent for borders or rock gardens.
SEDUM CORAL CARPET
SEDUM CORAL CARPET Coral Carpet Stonecrop New growth emerges with a coral coloration, matures to bright green, then returns to coral during cooler months and turns reddish-bronze in Winter. Clusters of tiny white to pale pink flowers appear above the foliage in early Summer. Prefers dry, well-drained soils.
SEDUM DAZZLEBERRY
SEDUM DAZZLEBERRY Dazzleberry Sedum This new compact groundcover sedum begins in spring with smoky blue-gray foliage that forms a colorful groundcover mound only 8in tall and 18in wide. Giant 6in to 8in bright raspberry flowerheads appear in late summer and provide over 7 weeks of color.
SEDUM DESERT RED
SEDUM DESERT RED Desert Red Stonecrop A flat, spreading habit, this sedum has small blue-green leaves that darken in high light. Deep rose pink flowers in late summer mature to amazing shiny red seed heads that extend the showy season for months.
SEDUM DOUBLE MARTINI Double Martini Stonecrop Olive green leaves and red stems.
SEDUM DRAGONS BLOOD
SEDUM DRAGONS BLOOD Dragon’s Blood Stonecrop The green leaves with red margins turn a brilliant red with cool fall temperatures. The deep red flowers contrast with the green leaves in warm weather.
SEDUM FIRECRACKER
SEDUM FIRECRACKER SunSparkler® Sedum Firecracker Forms a nice dense groundcover of shiny, cherry-red foliage that intensifies from Spring thru Fall. Large 3” pink flower heads in late Summer. Highly resistant to Sedum Foliage Blight.
SEDUM FLAMING CARPET
SEDUM FLAMING CARPET Flaming Carpet Stonecrop Three plants potted in one - 'Angelina' (bright yellow foliage), 'Voodoo' (deep burgundy-red leaves) and 'Blue Spruce' (powder blue leaves).
SEDUM FROSTED FIRE Frosted Fire Autumn Stonecrop A variegated sport of ‘Autumn Fire’, this plant shares the same brightly colored rosy flower heads, tighter growth habit, and thicker foliage. The light green leaves with creamy yellow, serrated margins form a dense, upright mound.
SEDUM FULDA GLOW
SEDUM FULDA GLOW Fulda Glow Stonecrop An improved 'Dragon's Blood', this variety has attractive bronze-red foliage that keeps its color all season long. The rose-red flowers appear on short stalks above the foliage in late summer.
SEDUM HUMISIFUSUM
SEDUM HUMISIFUSUM Dwarf Stonecrop Tiny needle-like foliage is bright green in spring then changes to garnet red in the heat of Summer and cold of Winter. Bright yellow starry flowers in Summer. Can handle long periods of drought and neglect. Must have extremely well drained soil. Reseeds freely.
SEDUM JADE TUFFET
SEDUM JADE TUFFET SunSparkler® Jade Tuffet Stonecrop Selected for its 14” tall ultra-compact plant habit and unique narrow leaves which are smothered in large trusses of dark pink flowers in late summer. In spring, narrow, shiny-green leaves emerge and beautifully contrast against bright cherry-red stems. This unusually showy foliage remains attractive from early spring thru fall. Resistant to Sedum foliage blight.
SEDUM JOHN CREECH
SEDUM JOHN CREECH John Creech Stonecrop The small, scalloped green leaves form a durable, weed smothering groundcover and small pink flowers create a layer of color over the lush carpet of foliage. Foliage and stems develop deep burgundy tones as cooler temperatures arrive.
SEDUM LEMON BALL
SEDUM LEMON BALL Lemon Ball Stonecrop Bright chartreuse-yellow spiky leaves to 3/4” long, often with bronze tips. Evergreen and in cold climates, foliage will turn reddish-orange in fall. Flowers are yellow and not showy as they blend in with the foliage. Similar to ‘Angelina’ only brighter foliage and more mounded habit.
SEDUM LIME TWISTER
SEDUM LIME TWISTER SunSparkler® Lime Twister Stonecrop Thumbnail-sized leaves have wide creamy-yellow edge surrounding the central green. Contrasting red picotee edges appear in the cooler temps of spring and fall to give a tri-colored effect. Bright pink flowers in late summer. Provides 7 months of color. Lime Twister was discovered as a branch-sport of Lime Zinger.
SEDUM LIME ZINGER
SEDUM LIME ZINGER Lime Zinger Sedum Lime green leaves are thumbnail-sized and surrounded by cherry-red picotee edges. Summer brings brilliant pink blooms that last for several weeks. Perfect for container combos, pathway edging and the landscape.
SEDUM LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE
SEDUM LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE Little Miss Sunshine Stonecrop Groundcover Sedum perfect for rock gardens, combination containers, or the front of the border. 'Little Miss Sunshine' is prized for its incredibly dark green, glossy foliage, compact size, and tidiness in the landscape. Tiny clusters of yellow flowers cover the polished habit beginning in early summer. This perennial is tough and drought tolerant once established, so it's perfect for areas with hot, dry summers.
SEDUM MARINA
SEDUM MARINA Marina Stonecrop A Terra Nova introduction, 'Marina' is the bluest sedum you've ever seen. The lovely, oblong blue grey leaves have a tint of purple in summer, a low mounding habit, and vigorously forming crowns. It displays lovely rose pink flowers in late summer.
SEDUM MR. GOODBUD
SEDUM MR. GOODBUD Mr. Goodbud Stonecrop Tight foliage and strongly contrasting colors between its light buds and dark mauve flowers. Its upright habit and short stature make it a winner!
SEDUM NEON
SEDUM NEON Neon Stonecrop Flat clusters of rosy-magenta flowers that seem to glow in contrast with the light green foliage. A sport of 'Brilliant', this variety has broader flower clusters and more consistent color.
SEDUM PLUM DAZZLED Plum Dazzled Stonecrop Dramatic, easy-care color for the landscape from spring through fall. The dark purple foliage adds wonderful contrast to any perennial planting during the spring and summer months. In the fall, cherry-red flowers almost completely cover the foliage and add a vibrant 'pop' of color to beds and borders.
SEDUM PURPLE EMPEROR
SEDUM PURPLE EMPEROR Purple Emperor Stonecrop Dark red-purple foliage creates a semi upright habit. Dusty rose flowers in late summer age to bronze in the fall.
SEDUM SIEBOLDII
SEDUM SIEBOLDII October Daphne Stonecrop This classic groundcover has thick, round, blue-green, scalloped foliage edged with a deep pink line. Bright pink summer flowers; cooler fall temperatures induce a full flush of pink on the foliage.
SEDUM SUN SPARKLER QUART
SEDUM SUN SPARKLER QUART SunSparkler® Sedums 3 Variety Trays 6 Pack assorted trays have 2 each of 3 varieties. Every tray has 2 of each variety listed below: SunSparkler® xSedoro ‘Blue Elf’ ppaf SunSparkler® Sedum ‘Lime Twister’ ppaf SunSparkler® Sedum ‘Lime Zinger’ ppaf
SEDUM TOUCHDOWN TEAK
SEDUM TOUCHDOWN TEAK Touchdown Teak Sedum Amazing glossy red-brown to purple-brown leaves, red stems, and a vigorous, upright-but low habit. Rose-red flowers are a summer feature.
SEDUM VOODOO
SEDUM VOODOO Voodoo Stonecrop Dark maroon foliage creates a nice groundcover. Tiny rose red flowers in Summer. This has the darkest foliage available in a low-growing Stonecrop.
SEDUM WEIHENSTEPHANER GOLD
SEDUM WEIHENSTEPHANER GOLD Weihenstephaner Gold Stonecrop This perennial favorite is covered in canary yellow star-shaped flowers in late spring. It is tough and easy to grow and survives in just about any sunny location. Will spread slowly to form a lustrous green groundcover.
SEDUM WILDFIRE
SEDUM WILDFIRE Wildfire Stonecrop A sport of ‘Firecracker”, “Wildfire” is covered with rounded, burgundy-red leaves, each circled by a hot pink halo. The color is most vibrant in a location with full sun, and holds from spring until a hard frost. It forms a low mound that blooms in late summer with rosy-pink flowers. An excellent addition to a rock garden or perennial border, where it will provide a blaze of color all season!
SEDUM X ‘PURE JOY’
SEDUM X ‘PURE JOY’ Rock 'N Grow® Pure Joy Stonecrop Light green leaves become covered in a dome of bubblegum pink flowers followed by pretty seed heads. Forms a low, rounded mound in spring, growing just under 1’ tall by summer.
SELAGINELLA GREEN SPIKEMOSS Spikemoss Small plant with creeping stems that forms dense mats of green foliage. Native to South Africa.
SEMPERVIVUM COBWEB
SEMPERVIVUM COBWEB Cobweb Hens & Chicks Rosettes of pointy, blue-green leaves about 1 inch wide are covered with fine, white threads, interwoven around the leaf tips. Rose-pink flowers are held above the rosettes on leafy stalks in mid-summer.
SEMPERVIVUM FOREST FROST
SEMPERVIVUM FOREST FROST Cobweb Hen and Chicks Small-sized rosettes of apple-green with silvery cobweb threads. Short spikes of pastel flowers appear in summer.
SEMPERVIVUM RUBIN RED
SEMPERVIVUM RUBIN RED Rubin Red Hens and Chicks Evergreen rosettes of emerald green, short, spikes of succulent foliage with the center of the rosettes having a red color.
SEMPERVIVUM RUBRUM
SEMPERVIVUM RUBRUM Red Cobweb Hens & Chicks Forms relatively large rosettes of pointed foliage which emerges as a nice rich red and matures to glaucus gray green. Rosettes are covered in fine, interwoven white cobweb-like threads. Deep pink flowers in Summer. Excellent for adding both color and texture to the landscape or to containers.
SETCREASEA PURPLE HEART
SETCREASEA PURPLE HEART Purple Heart Setcreasea Succulent purple leaves on vigorously spreading stems, accented by small dark pink flowers. Heat and drought tolerant. Great for low maintenance areas, containers, rock gardens and mixed borders. Bring indoors before first frost.
SETCREASEA PURPLE QUEEN
SETCREASEA PURPLE QUEEN Purple Queen Setcreasea Lavender flowers and purple foliage create a striking combination.
SILENE ACAULIS
SILENE ACAULIS Moss Campion Small, mat forming, evergreen plants. Small green, moss-like foliage with small, star-like, pink flowers from late Spring to Summer. Needs consistent moisture and very well-drained soils but is not very drought tolerant. Does not like heat and humidity.
SILENE D. CLIFFORD MOOR
SILENE D. CLIFFORD MOOR Clifford Moor Variegated Catch Fly Leaves are dark green edged with gold. Pink flowers bloom above the foliage in late spring on tall flower stems.
SILENE FIREFLY
SILENE FIREFLY Firefly Catch Fly Airy flower stems dotted with double magenta flowers rise above mounding, dark green foliage. Prefers well-drained soil. Remove spent blossoms for continuous bloom.
SILENE L. ROLLYS FAVORITE
SILENE L. ROLLYS FAVORITE Rolly’s Favorite Silene Long blooming bubble gum pink clusters of flowers over low mound of dark-green, oval leaves. Cut back by half after first blooms begin to fade in June to encourage more blooms. Holds up well through the summer. Prefers moist and well drained soil with protection from afternoon sun. Does not seem to reseed.
SISYRINCHIUM LUCERNE
SISYRINCHIUM LUCERNE Lucerne Blue Eyed Grass Bright blue, star-shaped flowers, with yellow centers, atop grass-like foliage from May to June.
SNAP MONTEGO MIX
SNAP MONTEGO MIX Snap Dragon Montego Snapdragons are a dwarf variety that are early flowering. They have a strong branching habit and sturdy stems. The Montego variety only grows to about 10? in height.
SOLIDAGO LITTLE LEMON
SOLIDAGO LITTLE LEMON Little Lemon Goldenrod This early bloomer has an abundance of lemon yellow panicles that cover this compact goldenrod. Makes a great container plant and attracts butterflies. The long bloom time extends garden interest well into fall. Despite common perception, goldenrod does not cause hay fever.
SORBARIA SEM
SORBARIA SEM Dwarf Falsespirea Spring leaves emerge pinkish-red and turn chartreuse for summer until frost. Covered with white blooms almost the entire summer. Easy to grow and quite adaptable, will thrive in any well-drained soil.
SORBARIA SORBIFOLIA
SORBARIA SORBIFOLIA Ash Leaf Falsespirea Beautiful fern-like foliage and large, creamy white, fragrant panicles in June and July. Shade tolerant.
SPECIAL FLATS ASST Assorted Special Flats Assorted Flats
SPILANTHES PEEK A BOO
SPILANTHES PEEK A BOO Peek a Boo Spilanthes Eye-catching novelty has olive-shaped golden yellow flowers with a deep burgundy red eye on long pendulous stems. Foliage turns bronze-green in full sun.
SPIRAEA BETULIFOLIA 'COURISPI01' Pink Sparkler® Birchleaf Spirea The beautiful pink flowers emerge in early summer and then re-bloom in fall. As an added bonus fall flowers appear down the stem, giving an even fuller appearance and pop of pink. The leaves turn a lovely burgundy red in autumn. The rounded shape requires very little pruning or maintenance. This is sure to be a favorite in your garden.
SPIRAEA BETULIFOLIA TOR
SPIRAEA BETULIFOLIA TOR Tor Spiraea Masses of white clustered flowers on this dwarf, mounding plant. Yellow and red fall color.
SPIRAEA BETULIFOLIA ‘TOR GOLD’
SPIRAEA BETULIFOLIA ‘TOR GOLD’ Color Choice® Glow Girl® Birchleaf Spiraea Beautiful gold leaf, pink buds open to white flowers in spring. Bright yellow foliage does not burn in the summer sun and has a great fall color of yellow, orange and red. A nice compact plant.
SPIRAEA BUM. ANTHONY WATERER
SPIRAEA BUM. ANTHONY WATERER Anthony Waterer Spirea This deciduous shrub has flat-topped heads of rosy-pink flowers and reddish purple new growth in spring. This more compact form requires little pruning to maintain a neat size, making it ideal in the foreground of shrub borders.
SPIRAEA BUM. FIRE LIGHT
SPIRAEA BUM. FIRE LIGHT Fire Light Spiraea An improved 'Goldflame', this variety boasts deeper orange new growth which rarely turns completely green. Pink flowers and crimson fall color.
SPIRAEA BUM. GOLDFLAME
SPIRAEA BUM. GOLDFLAME Goldflame Spirea A dense, upright mounded shrub with attractive bronze-tinged new growth in spring, maturing to soft yellow-green. Fall foliage color is brilliant coppery-orange.
SPIRAEA JAP. GOLDMOUND
SPIRAEA JAP. GOLDMOUND Goldmound Spirea Dense, low mounded shrub with bright yellow foliage all summer and pale pink flowers in May.
SPIRAEA JAP. LITTLE PRINCESS
SPIRAEA JAP. LITTLE PRINCESS Little Princess Spiraea Dwarf form with small bright green leaves and masses of pink flowers in May. Repeat blooms throughout the season.
SPIRAEA JAP. MAGIC CARPET
SPIRAEA JAP. MAGIC CARPET Magic Carpet Spiraea Compact form with red new growth. Deep pink flower clusters cover the plant in June.
SPIRAEA JAP. NEON FLASH
SPIRAEA JAP. NEON FLASH Neon Flash Spiraea Vibrant red flower clusters in June. Red new growth.
SPIRAEA JAP. SHIROBANA
SPIRAEA JAP. SHIROBANA Shirobana Spiraea A reliable re-bloomer with clusters of white, pink and rose flowers on the same plant. Blooms just after 'Little Princess'. Makes a handsome specimen or mass plantings.
SPIRAEA JAPONICA 'NCSX1' Double Play® Candy Corn™ Spirea Starting in earliest spring, the new growth emerges bright candy apple red. As it matures, it turns pineapple yellow, and the new growth continues to emerge bright orange all season. Dark purple flowers appear in late spring/early summer creating a display you really have to see to believe.
SPIRAEA JAPONICA ‘GALEN’
SPIRAEA JAPONICA ‘GALEN’ Color Choice® Double Play® Artisan Spiraea Rich, purple-red new growth and vibrant pink summer flowers. Very little pruning is required, although deadheading will encourage reblooming. The Double Play series is bred for colorful flowers and foliage.
SPIRAEA JAPONICA ‘SMNSJMFP’
SPIRAEA JAPONICA ‘SMNSJMFP’ Color Choice® Double Play® Pink Spiraea Dark burgundy spring foliage turns rich green during the summer. Pure pink spring flowers are intense and much deeper than other varieties. Dense mounded habit. Blooms on old wood. The Double Play series is bred for colorful flowers and foliage.
SPIRAEA JAPONICA ‘SMNSJMFR’
SPIRAEA JAPONICA ‘SMNSJMFR’ Color Choice® Double Play® Red Spiraea Dark burgundy spring foliage turns rich green during the summer. True red spring flowers are intense. Dense mounded habit. Blooms on old wood. The Double Play series is bred for colorful flowers and foliage.
SPIRAEA JAPONICA ‘TRACY’
SPIRAEA JAPONICA ‘TRACY’ Color Choice® Double Play® Big Bang Spiraea Massive, pink flowers adorn bright yellow foliage. The largest flowers ever seen on a Spirea. Foliage glows orange in the spring. Very little pruning is required, although deadheading will encourage reblooming. The Double Play series is bred for colorful flowers and foliage.
SPIRAEA JAPONICA ‘YAN’
SPIRAEA JAPONICA ‘YAN’ Color Choice® Double Play® Gold Spiraea Hot pink spring flowers contrast the bright gold foliage. Nice, compact habit. Very little pruning is required, although deadheading will encourage reblooming. The Double Play series is bred for colorful flowers and foliage.
SPIRAEA NIPPONICA 'SMNSNFD' Wedding Cake® Spirea A smaller, more compact plant than its old-fashioned cousins makes it perfectly suited to any sized yard. The neat, blue-green foliage sets off the pure white flower clusters, and the plant has a rounded, rather than arching, habit. Lovely as a specimen or hedge!
SPIRAEA NIPPONICA SNOWMOUND
SPIRAEA NIPPONICA SNOWMOUND Snowmound Spiraea Clusters of white flowers cover the plant in June. Upright slightly arching habit with blue green leaves.
SPIRAEA X. VAN. RENAISSANCE
SPIRAEA X. VAN. RENAISSANCE Renaissance Spiraea Selected for increased resistance to diseases, this gracefully arching shrub features a cascade of pure white flowers and colorful orange-red fall color.
SPRENGERI
SPRENGERI Asparagus Fern Sprengeri has arching feathery, needle-like, stems giving an open, loose appearance in growth. In summer the plant has small white flowers that are followed by bright red berries.
STACHYS HUMMELO
STACHYS HUMMELO Betony Dark green, glossy foliage and a wealth of rose-lavender spikes that persist all summer.
STACHYS PINK COTTON CANDY
STACHYS PINK COTTON CANDY Pink Cotton Candy Betony Looking much like ‘Hummelo’, “Pink Cotton Candy” produces plump wands of cotton candy pink flowers in early to midsummer. This plant forms a tidy clump of green, basal foliage and is topped with loads of showy flower spikes.
STEPHANANDRA INCISA CRISPA
STEPHANANDRA INCISA CRISPA Crispa Cutleaf Stephanandra Bright green, deeply incised leaves form a low, thick tangle of stems making an excellent mass or bank cover. Early summer flowers are yellowish-white. Nice orange-yellow fall color.
STEWARTIA PSEUDOCAMELLIA
STEWARTIA PSEUDOCAMELLIA Japanese Stewartia Magnificent, fragrant, camellia-like white flowers in summer and bright yellow and red fall colors. Spectacular exfoliating bark provides year-round interest.
STOKESIA L. DIVINITY
STOKESIA L. DIVINITY Divinity Stokes Aster The flowers open with a hint of yellow and mature to pure white. The large white blooms are borne on strong stems held above the deep green, strap-like foliage. This summer bloomer brings a touch of crisp white to a hot sunny garden.
STOKESIA L. ELF
STOKESIA L. ELF Elf Stoke's Aster Electric violet blooms from June to August atop a clean mound of dark green foliage. A brightly colored compact selection that is tolerant of intense heat and humidity.
STOKESIA L. HONEYSONG PURPLE
STOKESIA L. HONEYSONG PURPLE Honeysong Purple Stokes Aster True royal purple flowers with a hint of red towards the center that darkens as it ages, with contrasting white stamens and purple-tinged stems adding to the appeal.
STOKESIA L. PURPLE PARASOLS
STOKESIA L. PURPLE PARASOLS Purple Parasols Stokes Aster Large, fringed, light blue flowers that gradually deepen to a rich violet purple color as the plant matures, above long, narrow deep green leaves.
STOKESIA L. `SYNSTOKHAR` Blue Frills Stokesia From world famous professional perennial breeder Har Stemkens, “Blue Frills” has large 2.5-3 inch vivid-blue flowers with white centers that form a sizeable canopy over the leafy flower stems. Blooms from July to August. Easy-to-grow, these plants have an upright, but compact branching habit and dark-green lance-shaped foliage. Winner of Greenhouse Grower Magazine’s Reader's Choice award for best new perennial in 2016.
STROMANTHE TRIOSTAR
STROMANTHE TRIOSTAR Triostar Bright white and green variegated leaves on top and brilliant reddish-pink undersides. If planted as an annual outside besure ti give it shade so leaves do not get sunburn. Requires high humidity and will do best with misting the leaves. Needs consistent watering but allow to dry out between waterings.
STROMANTHE TRIOSTAR
STROMANTHE TRIOSTAR Triostar Stromanthe Grown for multi-color foliage of green, white and pink. Requires consistently moist soil; do not let fry out between waterings.
STYRAX JAPONICUS
STYRAX JAPONICUS Japanese Snowbell Small, pure white, bell-shaped flowers in May-June on a delicate tree.
STYRAX JAPONICUS EVENING LIGHT
STYRAX JAPONICUS EVENING LIGHT Evening Light Snowbell One of the most beautiful trees blooming in a spring garden, the white blooms, with an ultra-fragrance, are held open on maroon stems. Makes a striking combination with its dark purple foliage and shaded green tones. By early fall, this tree will rebloom when kept consistently moist through summer months. New foliage opens to reveal rich violet shades and ends with hundreds of white blooms in bell shapes that dangle.
STYRAX JAPONICUS PENDULA
STYRAX JAPONICUS PENDULA Pendula Snowbell Small pendulous clusters of bell-shaped, mildly fragrant, white flowers with showy yellow stamens. Spring flowers give way to grayish-brown drupes which persist into late fall. The gray bark fissures on older branches reveal orange inner bark which can be attractive in winter.
STYRAX JAPONICUS PINK CHIMES
STYRAX JAPONICUS PINK CHIMES Pink Chimes Japanese Snowbell Small, pendulous clusters of fragrant, bell-shaped pale pink flowers appear in May and June. Gray and orange bark of matures trees provides winter interest.
SUCCULENT COMBO
SUCCULENT COMBO Patio Magic® Tropical Succulent Combo Can be used right away, just as they are or added to a container garden. During their growing season in spring and summer, give them plenty of sun, keep the soil moist but not wet, in pots and soil with excellent drainage. Bring inside for the winter when the plants are dormant. Water much less frequently and keep the soil a bit on the dry side. In the winter they will take temperatures down to 50°F.
SUCCULENTS - ASSORTED
SUCCULENTS - ASSORTED Assorted Succulents Assorted Succulents
SUNPATIENS COMPACT ASST COLORS
SUNPATIENS COMPACT ASST COLORS SunPatiens® Compact Assorted Colors Assorted colors that thrive in heat and humidity. Performs best in full sun, but suitable for part shade. Resistant to Impatiens Downy Mildew.
SUNPATIENS COMPACT ELECTRIC ORANGE
SUNPATIENS COMPACT ELECTRIC ORANGE SunPatiens® Compact Electric Orange Electric orange flowers on plants that thrive in heat and humidity. Performs best in full sun, but suitable for part shade. Resistant to Impatiens Downy Mildew.
SUNPATIENS COMPACT LILAC
SUNPATIENS COMPACT LILAC SunPatiens® Compact Lilac Lilac flowers on plants that thrive in heat and humidity. Performs best in full sun, but suitable for part shade. Resistant to Impatiens Downy Mildew.
SUNPATIENS COMPACT PINK
SUNPATIENS COMPACT PINK SunPatiens® Compact Pink Pink flowers on plants that thrive in heat and humidity. Performs best in full sun, but suitable for part shade. Resistant to Impatiens Downy Mildew.
SUNPATIENS COMPACT RED
SUNPATIENS COMPACT RED SunPatiens® Compact Red Red flowers on plants that thrive in heat and humidity. Performs best in full sun, but suitable for part shade. Resistant to Impatiens Downy Mildew.
SUNPATIENS COMPACT WHITE
SUNPATIENS COMPACT WHITE SunPatiens® Compact White White flowers on plants that thrive in heat and humidity. Performs best in full sun, but suitable for part shade. Resistant to Impatiens Downy Mildew.
SUNPATIENS SPREADING CLEAR ORANGE SunPatiens® Spreading Clear Orange Impatiens Clear orange flowers give color continuously from spring to hard frost in fall. Quick spreading to fill out baskets and flower beds quickly. Thrives in high heat and humidity. Unaffected by downy mildew.
SUNPATIENS SPREADING CLEAR WHITE
SUNPATIENS SPREADING CLEAR WHITE SunPatiens® Spreading Clear White Impatiens Clear white flowers give color continuously from spring to hard frost in fall. Quick spreading to fill out baskets and flower beds quickly. Thrives in high heat and humidity. Unaffected by downy mildew.
SUNPATIENS SPREADING LAVENDER SunPatiens® Spreading Lavender Impatiens Lavender flowers give color continuously from spring to hard frost in fall. Quick spreading to fill out baskets and flower beds quickly. Thrives in high heat and humidity. Unaffected by downy mildew.
SUNPATIENS SPREADING PINK FLASH
SUNPATIENS SPREADING PINK FLASH SunPatiens® Spreading Pink Flash Impatiens Soft pink flowers give color continuously from spring to hard frost in fall. Quick spreading to fill out baskets and flower beds quickly. Thrives in high heat and humidity. Unaffected by downy mildew.
SUNPATIENS SPREADING SCARLET RED
SUNPATIENS SPREADING SCARLET RED SunPatiens® Spreading Scarlet Red Impatiens Scarlet red flowers give color continuously from spring to hard frost in fall. Quick spreading to fill out baskets and flower beds quickly. Thrives in high heat and humidity. Unaffected by downy mildew.
SUNPATIENS SPREADING TROP ORANGE V/L
SUNPATIENS SPREADING TROP ORANGE V/L Sunpatiens Spreading Tropical Orange V/L 10” HB Orange flowers with variegated leaves.
SUPERBELL SPICY/VERB BL&PET PURPLE 12” Mixed Basket Superbells Spicy, Verbena Blue Denim, and Petunia Whispers Purple.
SYMPHORICARPOS MAGICAL AVALANCHE
SYMPHORICARPOS MAGICAL AVALANCHE Magical® Avalanche Snowberry Plump, snow white berries ripen in late summer. Dwarf plants are full of arching stem covered with white berries that persist into the fall. Excellent for mass planting, containers, or cut flower arrangements. Prefers moist but well drained soil in full sun.
SYMPHORICARPOS MAGICAL JOY
SYMPHORICARPOS MAGICAL JOY Magical® Joy Snowberry Well branched plants with an upright habit and plump white berries dusted with rose-pink clustered along the stems, persist into the fall. Excellent for mass planting, containers, or cut flower arrangements. Prefers moist but well drained soil in full sun.
SYMPHORICARPOS X DOORENBOSII ‘KOLMAGICS’
SYMPHORICARPOS X DOORENBOSII ‘KOLMAGICS’ First Editions® Sweet™ Coralberry Small light pink flowers in summer swell to beautiful, rose-pink berries that remain into winter. The Sensation series offers compact habit, suitable for a prominent place in the front border.
SYMPHORICARPOS X DOORENBOSII ‘KOLMCAN’
SYMPHORICARPOS X DOORENBOSII ‘KOLMCAN’ First Editions® Candy™ Coralberry Small pink flowers in summer swell to beautiful, candy-pink berries that remain into winter. The Sensation series offers compact habit, suitable for a prominent place in the front border.
SYRINGA MEYERI PALIBIN
SYRINGA MEYERI PALIBIN Dwarf Korean Lilac Branch texture, leaf size and flower are all in harmony. Sweetly fragrant, small, numerous lavender blooms. Slow growing, but develops into a broad, rounded shrub.
SYRINGA PASTOR Pastor Lilac
SYRINGA PATULA MISS KIM
SYRINGA PATULA MISS KIM Miss Kim Lilac Slow growing, dense lilac with wonderful, fragrant, light lavender spring blooms and nice maroon autumn foliage.
SYRINGA PEK. SUMMER CHARM
SYRINGA PEK. SUMMER CHARM Summer Charm Pekin Lilac Free flowering tree form lilac with fragrant, white to pale yellow trusses. The dark, shiny bark is very showy. Leaves are a healthy, lustrous dark green.
SYRINGA PEKINENSIS
SYRINGA PEKINENSIS Pekin Lilac Tree form Lilac with an upright habit, fragrant creamy white flowers and peeling bark.
SYRINGA RET. IVORY SILK
SYRINGA RET. IVORY SILK Ivory Silk Japanese Tree Lilac Sturdy, compact form which blooms at an early age with enormous panicles of creamy white flowers, dense foliage and interesting bark patterns.
SYRINGA RET. SIGNATURE
SYRINGA RET. SIGNATURE Signature Japanese Tree Lilac Flowers are formed in rounded panicles, as opposed to the typical conical flowers of other tree lilacs. Blooms mid-July, one week later than Ivory Silk. Bronze fall foliage.
SYRINGA VUL. CHARLES JOLY
SYRINGA VUL. CHARLES JOLY Charles Joly Lilac An old-fashioned classic. Fragrant, double purplish-red flowers open from purple buds.
SYRINGA VUL. KRASAVITSA MOSKVY
SYRINGA VUL. KRASAVITSA MOSKVY Krasavitsa Moskvy Lilac An upright grower. Pale pink buds open to double pink-white florets that age to fragrant, double white blossoms.
SYRINGA VUL. LUDWIG SPAETH
SYRINGA VUL. LUDWIG SPAETH Ludwig Spaeth Lilac Fragrant, single dark purple blooms are borne slightly later than other forms, extending the season.
SYRINGA VUL. MAIDENS BLUSH
SYRINGA VUL. MAIDENS BLUSH Maiden's Blush Lilac Fragrant pink flowers and fungal resistant foliage.
SYRINGA VUL. PRAIRIE PETITE
SYRINGA VUL. PRAIRIE PETITE Prairie Petite Lilac Fragrant light pink flowers on a low, compact habit. 'Prairie Petite' only grows 4-6" per year.
SYRINGA VUL. PRE. GREVY
SYRINGA VUL. PRE. GREVY President Grevy Lilac A vigorous cultivar with large, fragrant, double blue blooms.
SYRINGA VUL. SENSATION
SYRINGA VUL. SENSATION Sensation Lilac Dramatic bicolor blooms of purple edged in white.
SYRINGA VUL. TINY DANCER
SYRINGA VUL. TINY DANCER Tiny Dancer™ Lilac A beautiful new variety with large, intensely fragrant lavender pink blooms, reaching 4-5 inches in length. Compact, upright habit that is mildew resistant. Very cold hardy and remarkable heat tolerance.
SYRINGA VUL. WONDER BLUE
SYRINGA VUL. WONDER BLUE Wonder Blue Lilac Intensely fragrant, pale blue flowers appear in mid spring. Flowers emerge from purple buds and are held on upright panicles. It’s upright, compact habit is ideal for low screens and hedges.
SYRINGA VULGARIS
SYRINGA VULGARIS Common Lilac The classic large shrub Lilac this is upright to vase-shaped, with highly fragrant lavender panicles in May.
SYRINGA X BLOOMERANG® PINK PERFUME
SYRINGA X BLOOMERANG® PINK PERFUME Color Choice® Bloomerang® Pink Perfume Reblooming Lilac Re-blooming, fragrant pink flowers in spring then again midsummer to fall. Nice clean green foliage. Needs good drainage.
SYRINGA X HYACIN. ANNABEL
SYRINGA X HYACIN. ANNABEL Annabel Lilac An early blooming lilac with very fragrant, prolific, delicate pink blossoms turning to white.
SYRINGA X HYACIN. DECLARATION
SYRINGA X HYACIN. DECLARATION Declaration Lilac Fragrant, dark-reddish-purple flowers, on nearly foot-long flower clusters and open, upright growth habit.
SYRINGA X JAMES MACFARLANE
SYRINGA X JAMES MACFARLANE James Macfarlane Lilac Single, true pink flowers two weeks later than French hybrids. Profuse bloomer and extremely hardy shrub that can take more moisture than other lilacs.
SYRINGA X OLD GLORY
SYRINGA X OLD GLORY Old Glory Lilac Abundant, fragrant, bluish-purple flowers appear in early spring. A rounded growth habit and improved disease tolerance.
SYRINGA X ‘PENDA’
SYRINGA X ‘PENDA’ Color Choice® Bloomerang® Purple Lilac Fragrant reblooming purple-lilac blooms in spring and again mid-summer to frost. Compact, mounded habit.
SYRINGA X ‘SMSJBP7’
SYRINGA X ‘SMSJBP7’ Color Choice® Bloomerang® Dark Purple Lilac Fragrant, dark purple flowers explode in spring and then again in mid-summer and continue right up until frost. Its compact, full growth habit, and small leaves make it the perfect shrub for smaller gardens.
SYRINGA X ‘SMSXPM
SYRINGA X ‘SMSXPM Color Choice® Scent and Sensability Pink Lilac Dwarf lilac that is wider than it is tall. Dark pink buds that open to soft, lilac-pink, fragrant flowers.
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