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  1. Santolina or lavender cotton is a Mediterranean small shrub with soft, woolly, finely divided foliage, that make neat, rounded bushes.
    $3.01

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    Santolina, commonly known as Lavender Cotton is a small shrub with soft, woolly, finely divided foliage, that make neat, rounded bushes. They are valuable for mass planting, ideal for knot gardens and small hedging around herb gardens etc. It will stand any amount of clipping and shaping - a perfect plant for control freaks.

  2. The papery bracts of Scabiosa stellata add a new shape to the garden.

    Scabiosa stellata

    Paper moons, Star-flowers
    $2.31

    The papery bracts of Scabiosa stellata is an example of perfect geometry. A delicate geodesic sphere of translucent papery, cone shaped bracts adds a new shape to the garden. The everlasting seed heads make excellent cut flowers and are perfect for dried arrangements.

  3. Hugely impressive in any garden, Sedum telephium ‘Emperors Wave’ is ideal for adding a curious splash of colour to a garden even in winter.

    Sedum telephium 'Emperor's Waves'

    Emperor's Stonecrop
    Recently renamed Hylotelephium telephium
    $3.15

    Hugely impressive in any garden, Sedum telephium ‘Emperors Wave’ boasts succulent, blue-green foliage and masses of star-shaped flowers in glorious shades of deep pink and purple. They are popular with late season perennials and ornamental grasses. The extreme contrast in flower shape enhance each other, adding to the textures and colours of the late season garden.

  4. Sedum telephium ssp. maximum is quite common in gardens in its multitude of forms or as a parent of a cultivar.

    Sedum telephium ssp. maximum

    Emperor's Stonecrop
    Recently renamed Hylotelephium telephium ssp. maximum
    $2.73

    Sedum telephium ssp. maximum is native to mainland Europe, it is quite common in gardens in its multitude of forms or as a parent of a cultivar, In summer it produces stunning creamy-white flower heads comprising of a multitude of tiny individual blossoms.

  5. Sedum ussuriense has blue-green succulent, rounded leaves that are followed by a glowing display or carmine-red flowers.

    Sedum ussuriense 'Pink Beacon'

    Ussuri River Stonecrop
    Recently renamed Hylotelephium ussuriense
    $3.29

    Sedum ussuriense is at its best in late summer and through autumn, the blue-green succulent, rounded leaves are followed by a glowing display or carmine-red flower clusters. It even pleases the eye in winter when its seed heads turn into a stage for dew drops and ice crystals.

  6. This mixture of many attractive low-growing sedum varieties represents a wide range of foliage types and flower colours.

    A mixture of many attractive low-growing sedum varieties representing a wide range of foliage types and flower colours. Low maintenance, durable and interesting, grow them on walls or banks, as a ground cover or as a green roof. Sedum strut their stuff where many other plants dare not venture!

  7. The Sedum Roof Garden Mix is a formula mixture of many important varieties especially suited for roof gardens
    $8.33

    Sedum Roof Garden Mix is a formula mixture of many important varieties for roof gardens in full foliage and flowering colour range. Low maintenance, durable and interesting, grow them on walls or banks, as a ground cover or as a green roof. Sedum strut their stuff where many other plants dare not venture!

  8. Selinum wallichianum is a plant that combines strength and structure with delicate refinement. All who see it are smitten by it.

    Selinum wallichianum

    Wallich milk parsley
    $3.15

    Selinum wallichianum is a plant that combines strength and structure with delicate refinement. It has had high praise from some of the most discriminating of gardeners. E A Bowles called it ". . . the queen of all umbellifers, with its almost transparent tender green-ness and the marvellously lacy pattern of its large leaves . . . the most beautiful of all fern-leaved plants".

  9. The rosettes of Sempervivum arachnoideum are covered with a network of silvery filaments that resemble a spider’s web.

    Sempervivum arachnoideum

    The Cobweb Houseleek
    $2.73
    Always an interesting plant, Sempervivum arachnoideum is an exotic and interesting variation which forms small green rosettes of fleshy leaves, the tip of each leaf connected to another by a network of silvery filaments that resemble a spider’s web.
  10. Whether planted in large numbers or used as a single specimen Sempervivum are both beautiful and enduring.

    Sempervivum hybridum 'Mixed Species'

    Winter Hardy Varieties. Hens and Chicks
    $2.31

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    Whether planted in large numbers or used as a single specimen Sempervivum are both beautiful and enduring. A selection of winter hardy species, the sheer variation of colour, texture and size of these fascinating succulents is almost infinite and their tendency to produce offsets makes for easy increase.
  11. Native to Europe, Sempervivum tectorum is a widely-planted succulent that has been grown in and around human settlements for millennia.

    Sempervivum tectorum

    Hens 'n' Chicks, Houseleek
    $2.45
    Native to Europe, Sempervivum tectorum is a widely-planted succulent that has been grown in and around human settlements for millennia. Their rosettes are fascinating with their succulent leaves radiating around the centre, their colour hues are stunning and their tendency to produce offsets makes for easy increase.
  12. Lovely in the border or the vase. The mid-green foliage and fluffy pendulous seed heads give a stunning display.

    Setaria macrostachya

    Aka Chamaeraphis macrostachya
    $2.17

    Setaria macrostachya is a perennial ornamental grass that is usually grown as an annual. Long, erect, slender stems bear broad, arching leaves and produce lovely soft foxtail-like flower-heads. Suitable for growing in the garden or in containers they make a wonderful addition to the garden and the vase.

  13. Sporobolus is considered by many to be one of the most refined of all the prairie grasses.

    Sporobolus heterolepis

    Dropseed, Sacaton Grass
    $3.15

    Sporobolus displays a magnificent fountain of fine textured, emerald-green leaves which develop rich shades of reddish-gold or deep orange in the autumn, but the great joy of this plant is that it produces a great cloudy haze of tiny flower heads. Numerous stalks with delicate, open panicles shoot up and over the clump.

  14. Lambs' ears is a well-known ground-covering perennial, popular for its soft, fluffy foliage.

    Stachys byzantina

    Lambs' ears, Woolly Betony
    Also known as Stachys lanata, or olympica
    $1.68

    Out of stock

    What can I say? Its a plant you can pet!...Bees love it…children love it….and you just have to stoke it on the way past! Lambs' ears is a well-known ground-covering perennial, popular for its soft, fluffy foliage, plus, it’s a great silver accent in between all the green going on in the garden.

  15.  Stipa 'Bridal Veil' has gorgeous silvery-white flower panicles, it is one of the prettiest perennial grasses.

    Stipa capillata 'Bridal Veil'

    Feather Grass, Needle Grass. Aka ‘Lace Veil’.
    $2.73

    Stipa capillata 'Bridal Veil' is one of the prettiest perennial grasses. Forming a dense, glossy green clump of foliage they bloom in summer with beautiful upright plumes. The hair-like awns are at first clear green, and as they mature they turn a beautiful silvery-white.

  16. Stipa gigantea, the Golden Oat grass ranks among the finest of all garden plants.

    Stipa gigantea

    Golden Oats
    $4.13
    Stipa gigantea is the most dramatically beautiful of all grasses. It has the wonderful and fashionably transparent quality of providing height without bulk, tall stems of golden oat-like flowers allow glimpses into the garden beyond.
  17. Stipa tenuissima plants are covered with masses of elegant pale feathery seed-heads

    Stipa tenuissima 'Pony Tails'

    Recently renamed 'Nassella tenuissima'. Mexican Feather Grass
    $2.31

    Stipa tenuissima 'Pony Tails' is wonderfully impressive. In summer, plants are covered with masses of elegant pale feathery seed-heads which are held a little above the foliage. These can be cut for use in arrangements indoors. Alternatively they make a useful winter food source for finches and other seed-eating birds.

  18. Sweet Annie has been used for centuries in its dried form in wreaths

    Sweet Annie, Artemisia annua

    Sweet wormwood, Qing Hao
    $2.73

    Artemisia annua, commonly called Sweet Annie is a graceful annual with tall stems with fine bright green ferny foliage. With sweetly fragrant foliage it has a wide variety of uses both medicinal and for handcrafting but is most often grown for fresh and dried arrangements.

  19.  Thalictrum aquilegifolium 'Purpureum' produces up a superb array of flower stems,  topped by a hazy, fuzzy show of purple flowers.

    Thalictrum aquilegifolium 'Purpureum'

    French Meadow-Rue, Greater Meadow Rue.
    $2.73

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    Thalictrum aquilegifolium 'Purpureum' features a basal clump of lacy, blueish-green foliage topped by a hazy, fuzzy show of purple flowers. They produce a shimmering hazy effect in beds and borders wildflower gardens or meadows. Both leaves and flowers are good for flower arrangements.

  20. Thalictrum aquilegifolium album produces up a superb array of flower stems,  topped by a hazy, fuzzy show of white flowers.

    Thalictrum aquilegifolium album

    French Meadow-Rue, Greater Meadow Rue.
    $3.29

    Out of stock

    Thalictrum aquilegifolium album produces up a superb array of flower stems that rise above the foliage in late spring to early summer and are topped by a hazy, fuzzy show of white flowers. Despite their delicate appearance they are easy to grow with very little maintenance.

  21. Thalictrum delavayi is probably the most attractive of the species

    Thalictrum delavayi

    Chinese or Yunnan meadow rue.
    $2.73

    Out of stock

    Thalictrum delavayi are invaluable for providing a contrast with heavier flowers, with light airy sprays of flowers that look, from a distance, like a mauve mist hovering among other plants. They flower for several weeks and succeed in a broad range of conditions .
  22. Thalictrum lucidum

    Thalictrum lucidum

    Shining Meadow Rue
    $2.31

    Thalictrum lucidum is a less well known species of meadow rue, it sports luscious deep green, fern-like foliage. In mid-summer the plant is festooned with a superb array of fragrant flower stems, topped with airy puffs of soft cream flowers each with bright yellow stamens.

  23. Tiarella or foamflowers are native to the woodlands of North America and have recently been featured on the High-Line in New York.

    Tiarella wherryi 'Silverado'

    Foam Flower, Mitrewort
    $3.50
    Tiarella is a small plant with heart-shaped leaves which makes a dense patch of foliage that is an excellent groundcover. An easy plant to grow: low maintenance, good in shade, and a long bloomer. It also works well in pots and containers.
  24. Trifolium dubium 'Shamrock'

    Trifolium dubium 'Shamrock'

    Lesser trefoil, Seamar bhuí,
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

    Starting at: $1.75

    The Shamrock: a 3-Leaf Clover, is the national flower of Ireland and one of the county's most recognised and most loved national symbols. A crucial part of the celebrations on Saint Patrick's Day, March 17th, the tradition of wearing and “drowning” the Shamrock can be traced back to the early 1700s.

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