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  1. Solidago 'Golden Baby'  is a hardy perennial that bears flat-topped clusters of golden-yellow plumes

    Solidago canadensis 'Golden Baby'

    Aka 'Goldkind' and 'Yellow Springs'.
    €2.55

    Solidago canadensis 'Golden Baby' is an easy to grow hardy perennial that bears flat-topped clusters of golden-yellow plumes. Growing to around 60cm tall they are perfect for borders or containers and provide end-of-season colour. Given an early sowing they will bloom in their first year.

  2. Setaria italica Red Jewel is a variety of annual grass with intensely coloured burgundy red foliage and foxtail-shaped flowerheads.

    Setaria italica 'Red Jewel'

    Foxtail Millet, Italian Millet
    formerly Panicum italicum
    €2.25

    Setaria italica Red Jewel is a rarely-offered variety of annual grass with intensely coloured burgundy red foliage and dramatic foxtail-shaped flower heads. Suitable for growing in the garden or in containers the dark foliage is a great contrast in the garden or the vase.

  3. The Sedum Roof Garden Mix is a formula mixture of many important varieties especially suited for roof gardens
    €7.45

    Out of stock

    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!

  4. This mixture of many attractive low-growing sedum varieties represents a wide range of foliage types and flower colours.
    €1.75

    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!

  5. Sedum ‘Ruben's Lizard’ is a low-growing sedum that has tight, rosy-green cushion of needles with reddish tips.
    €2.45

    Sedum Ruben's Lizard is a low-growing sedum that has tight, rosy-green cushion of needles with reddish tips. Throughout the summer the plant is covered with many tiny, star-shaped white flowers. Drought and heat tolerant or low maintenance, whatever you want to call it, 'Lizard' takes a lot of abuse.

  6. 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
    €2.80

    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.

  7. 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
    €2.95

    Out of stock

    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.

  8. 'Voodoo' has intense dark mahogany foliage with almost neon, luminous rosy-red flowers

    Sedum spurium 'Voodoo'

    Phedimus spurius
    €3.50

    Out of stock

    Sedum spurium 'Voodoo' is a stunning little perennial groundcover for hot, sunny locations. The intense dark mahogany foliage that provides a stunning contrast to the almost neon, luminous rosy-red flowers which appear June through August.

  9. Sedum spurium coccineum is the most robust sedum for creeping spread and for floriferousness.

    Sedum spurium 'Coccineum'

    Dragon's Blood, Crimson or Causican Stonecrop
    €1.85

    Sedum spurium coccineum is the most robust sedum, with deep crimson blooms and bronze-green leaves. Low maintenance, durable and interesting, they enhance the appearance of green roofs, rockeries and containers. In July, dense clusters of showy crimson blooms smother the evergreen plants.

  10. Sedum reflexum typically grows up to 10cm (4in) high, the foliage resembling mini spruce branches.

    Sedum reflexum (rupestre)

    Reflexed Stonecrop, Love Links
    €2.35

    If you’re looking for a beautiful plant that thrives with virtual neglect, Sedum reflexum just might fit the bill. The small bushes spread over the ground and the foliage resembles mini spruce branches. They are at their loveliest spilling over edges of walls and rocks to create the illusion of a living waterfall.

  11. One of the more unusual textured species, Sedum forsterianum ‘Silver Stone’ produces whorls of silver-green foliage
    €2.70

    Out of stock

    Sedum forsterianum ‘Silver Stone’ is one of the more unusual textured species, with whorls of silver-green foliage. In late summer bright yellow star shaped flowers appear. This low-growing succulent plant grows to a height of 15 to 20cm, extremely hardy it can cope with temperatures down to minus 34°C.

  12. Sedum album 'White Stonecrop'

    Sedum album 'White Stonecrop'

    Coral Carpet Sedum
    €1.80

    Out of stock

    Sedum album is one of the most popular forms of sedum, known for its dense foliage as it changes colour throughout the seasons. The leaves emerge a coral-salmon in spring, change to bright green in summer and then to reddish bronze with the arrival of cooler temperatures. In summer the plants explode in masses of tiny, white star-shaped flowers.

  13. Delicate in appearance and yet very cold hardy, Sedum acre is beautiful from the first stirrings of early spring to the twilight of autumn.

    Sedum acre 'Goldmoss Stonecrop'

    Biting Stonecrop, Wallpepper
    €1.75

    Delicate in appearance and yet very cold hardy, Sedum acre is beautiful from the first stirrings of early spring to the twilight of autumn. Hardy and very easy to grow. Started early it will form a nice dense ground cover the very first season. If the weather is favourable it will flower within six months.

  14. Scrophularia nodosa, the native Figwort is a hardworking perennial herb.

    Scrophularia nodosa 'Figwort'

    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.55

    Our native Figwort is one of the most prolific nectar producers in the plant world, the long-lasting flowers attract more pollinators than any other plant around. The flowers, similar to tiny snapdragons ripen into egg-shaped seed pods, which are just the perfect bouquet filler for interest and movement!

  15. Scabiosa caucasica 'Fama White'

    Scabiosa caucasica 'Fama White'

    Pin Cushion, Perennial Pin Cushion
    €3.65

    The Fama series is well known for its particularly large flowers that are held on long, strong stems. Beloved by flower arrangers, they are considered to be best strain for cutting. This perennial form of Scabiosa are very easy to grow and will flower in their first year from an early sowing.

  16. Scabiosa caucasica 'Fama' is a most elegant flower.

    Scabiosa caucasica 'Fama Deep Blue'

    Pin Cushion, Perennial Pin Cushion
    €3.65

    'Fama' is a most elegant flower. With long stems and intense blue blooms, it is the largest flowering and most uniform strain of the Blue Pincushion. They mature into dense tufts of lance shaped, grey-green leaves from which arise a beautiful display of intense lilac-blue flowers each with a silvery centre.

  17. Delicate white petals surround a domed, central cushion, and the tiny white stamens emerge adding yet another beautiful detail.
    €2.35

    This clump-forming plant produces pleasantly fragrant pincushion flowers when newly opened. Delicate white petals surround a domed, central cushion, and as the flowers mature, tiny white stamens emerge adding yet another beautiful detail. The flowers have the most delicious sweet perfume reminiscent of honey and marshmallows.

  18. Scabiosa atropurpurea booms consistently throughout the growing season, from early summer and right through to late autumn.
    €2.35

    Out of stock

    A prodigious bloomer and a tough, hardy garden performer Scabiosa atropurpurea grows quickly and is fast to flower. Rose-pink petals surround a domed, dark centred cushion, this invaluable plant will attract many butterflies and bees to the garden and would look as happy in a wildflower meadow as in a manicured border.

  19. Scabiosa atropurpurea is one of the longest-flowering and most glamorous of hardy annual flowers that you can grow from seed.
    €2.35

    Scabiosa atropurpurea is one of the longest-flowering and most glamorous of flowers that you can grow from seed. Easy to grow and fast to flower, this invaluable plant will attract many butterflies and bees to the garden and the long, straight stems will supply you with cut flowers throughout the season.

  20. Scabiosa atropurpurea ‘Oxford Blue’ is a reselected variety that boasts the most desirable of deep blue flowers.
    €2.35

    Out of stock

    Boasting the most desirable of deep blue flowers, Scabiosa ‘Oxford Blue’ is a reselected form that stands out from other varieties. The large, domed, dark centred cushions with contrasting white 'pins', bob atop strong stems. A prodigious bloomer, they will supply you with excellent cut flowers.

  21. Known as moss saxifrage because of the appearance of their densely packed leaves.

    Saxifraga x arendsii 'Purple Robe'

    Arend's Saxifrage, Moss Saxifrage
    €2.00

    Out of stock

    Saxifraga x arendsii 'Purple Robe' are compact, free-flowering, and easily raised from seed. These charming perennials quickly form an evergreen verdant mat. Excellent as alpine plants for a rockery or trough, use them spilling over low walls, as a path edging or green roof.

  22. Soapwort flowers appear in June to early September but the best time to admire their grace is July.

    Saponaria officinalis, Soapwort

    Bouncing Bet, Fuller's Herb
    €2.35

    Cleanliness is next to godliness even in history. For centuries Saponaria officinalis has helped keep us clean while providing a little loveliness in our gardens. The flowers are an important nectar source and emit a pleasant and intriguing clove-like scent, seducing both night moths and butterfly species.

  23. Saponaria is a superb flowering, pretty little plant that makes a low carpet for ground cover or for rock features.

    Saponaria ocymoides

    Tumbling Ted, Trailing Rock Soapwort
    €2.00
    Saponaria is a pretty little plant that forms a mound of bright-green leaves, smothered by starry bright-pink clusters of flowers. Use as a ground cover, in paving or rock features or allow it to trail over the sides of raised beds and low walls. RHS Award of Garden Merit.
  24. Santolina or lavender cotton is a Mediterranean small shrub with soft, woolly, finely divided foliage, that make neat, rounded bushes.
    €2.95

    Out of stock

    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.

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