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Stonecrop

Stonecrop 'Vera Jameson' (Sedum hybrid)

‘Vera Jameson’ adds color to the garden even when it’s not in bloom. The foliage emerges blue-green and then mellows to a rosy-tint with age. Later in the summer, dusty-pink flower clusters add another rich layer of color and lure a variety of butterflies and other pollinators…

Stonecrop

Stonecrop 'Xenox' (Sedum hybrid)

Attractive greenish foliage matures to a gray-purple color. Produces large clusters of dainty pink flowers late in the season. The flowers attract butterflies to the garden.

Strawberry Foxglove

Strawberry Foxglove (Digitalis mertonensis)

Stately spikes of rose-pink, tubular blooms make a grand centerpiece or backdrop in a mixed border. Hummingbirds love this plant! Plant near a porch or patio where winged visitors can be enjoyed up close.

Strawflower, Common Everlasting

Strawflower, Common Everlasting (Chrysocephalum apiculatum)

Hot, dry conditions are no match for this plant. The soft silvery foliage keeps its cool where other plants would surely wilt. Beautiful flowing over walls or the side of a planter box, and the glowing foliage is a lovely contrast in mixed plantings. Prized for its long-lasting,…

Striped Squill, Snowdrift, Early Stardrift

Striped Squill, Snowdrift, Early Stardrift (Puschkinia libanotica)

The libanotica species actually lacks the stripes that earned its fellow Squill their common name. It bears blossoms of pure white amongst grassy foliage, bringing crisp brightness to the spring garden.

Succulents - Perennial

Succulents - Perennial

Succulents are the perfect choice for rock gardens, troughs and other low water plantings. These fleshy, water-conserving plants come in a range of foliage colors, leaf forms and growth habits; allowing for easy mixing and matching. Full sun and well-draining soil or potting mix are…

Summer Heather, Scotch Heather

Summer Heather, Scotch Heather (Calluna vulgaris)

Spikes of dainty blooms amongst tiny leaves bring a soft haze of color and texture to the garden. Named varieties offer choices of foliage from deep green to bold yellow and a wide range of bloom colors. Assist their winter survival with a topping of mulch if snow cover is unreliable.

Sun Rose

Sun Rose (Helianthemum Hybrid)

Helianthemum provides an abundance of simple blooms on shrubby mounds of fine-leafed foliage. Where hardy, they are semi-evergreen to evergreen. Wonderful for bringing color and fine texture to hot, dry planting locations.

Sun Star, Orange Star Plant

Sun Star, Orange Star Plant (Ornithogalum dubium)

This cheerful South African native is easy to grow in a sunny, well-drained garden location or container. The bright orange, star-shaped flowers are long lasting and produced over a long season. Like many other spring bulbs, the foliage turns brown and the bulbs go dormant in mid…

Sweet Iris, Dalmatian Iris

Sweet Iris, Dalmatian Iris (Iris pallida)

The pallida species of Iris offers scented blooms of blue or yellow, with some varieties having variegated foliage. Adds vertical interest to the garden even when not in bloom and a burst of color and sculptural form when it is!