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  1. 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
    €2.70

    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.

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

    Sedum spurium 'Voodoo'

    Phedimus spurius
    €2.95

    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.

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

    Sedum spurium 'Coccineum'

    Dragon's Blood, Crimson or Causican Stonecrop
    €1.60

    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.

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

    Sedum reflexum (rupestre)

    Reflexed Stonecrop, Love Links
    €1.25

    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.

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

    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.

  6. Sedum album 'White Stonecrop'

    Sedum album 'White Stonecrop'

    Coral Carpet Sedum
    €1.75

    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.

  7. 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.

  8. 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

    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.

  9. Santolina or lavender cotton is a Mediterranean small shrub with soft, woolly, finely divided foliage, that make neat, rounded bushes.
    €2.95

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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.

  10. ‘Rose Queen’ is a wonderful, long-blooming cultivar with slender spires and beautiful mulberry-rose flowers, which open from dark pink buds in early and mid-summer.
    €2.35

    The royal sister of ‘Blue Queen’, ‘Rose Queen’ is a wonderful, long-blooming cultivar with slender spires and beautiful mulberry-rose flowers, which open from dark pink buds in early and mid-summer. This tall, easy-to-grow variety with lance-shaped green leaves possess a pleasant aromatic scent.

  11. Salvia x superba 'Blue Queen' is a  very useful dwarf and compact strain and one of the finest Salvias we know.
    €2.35

    Salvia x superba 'Blue Queen' is one of the finest Salvias we know. This plant is a spectacular source of dark, intense colour and narrow, vertical form. Masses of pencil-thin, vibrantly colourful bloom spires, so densely set that they present a solid wall of colour in the border.

  12. Salvia viridis 'White Swan' is an easy and vigorous hardy annual that produces spires of flowers, that are encased in very showy, clearly-veined, white bracts.

    Salvia viridis 'White Swan'

    Painted Sage, Horminum Sage
    €1.75

    Out of stock

    Prized by gardeners for its spectacular display, Salvia viridis provides a welcome vertical accent to the garden. 'White Swan' produces spires of flowers, that are encased in very showy, clearly-veined, white bracts. As a hardy annual, they are easy to grow, simply sow directly where they are to grow, in autumn or spring.

  13. Salvia viridis 'Pink Sundae' produces spires of flowers, that are encased in very showy, clearly-veined, intense pink bracts.

    Salvia viridis 'Pink Sundae'

    Painted Sage, Horminum Sage
    €1.75

    Out of stock

    Salvia viridis is one of the most rewarding and most colourful plants in the summer garden. 'Pink Sundae' produces spires of flowers with pink bracts. The flowers attract bees and butterflies and the stems make excellent and long-lasting cut flowers that hold their colour well when dried, addding to more permanent displays inside the house.

  14. Salvia viridis 'Blue Monday' produces spires of flowers, which are encased in very showy, clearly-veined, intensely violet-blue bracts.

    Salvia viridis 'Blue Monday'

    Painted Sage, Horminum Sage
    €1.75

    Showing off its large, intensely coloured bracts from summer through to autumn, Salvia viridis 'Blue Monday' is an easy and vigorous annual that produces spires of flowers, encased in intensely violet-blue bracts. For a long season of colour, try this annual sage in your containers or in your garden. It won't disappoint.

  15. Salvia verticulata 'Purple Fairy Tale' is a spectacular first year flowering perennial.

    Salvia verticillata 'Purple Fairy Tale'

    Ornamental, Whorled Sage
    €2.35

    Salvia verticillata 'Purple Fairy Tale' is a spectacular first year flowering perennial. The irresistible deep purple petals gather like raindrops in tiered pools to form whorled flowers. Easy to grow, it will begin to bloom just a couple of months after sowing. The plant flowers abundantly and continues right through to September

  16. A truly architectural plant with branched stems, each stem is topped with a profusion of pale blue blossoms and large pinkish white bracts,
    €2.35
    This hardy biennial Sage has been grown in almost every botanical sanctuary in human history. Each stem is topped with a profusion of pale blue blossoms and large pinkish white bracts. A truly architectural plant. Organic Seed.
  17. A truly architectural plant with branched stems, each stem is topped with a profusion of pale blue blossoms and large pinkish white bracts,

    Salvia sclarea var. turkestanica, Clary Sage

    Biennial Clary, Muscatel Sage
    €1.75

    This hardy biennial Sage has been grown in almost every botanical sanctuary in human history and has many plus points: it grows well in poor soil resists slugs and other beasties, and doesn’t slump or need staking. It copes well in sun or light shade and the blooms are a magnet for bees and butterflies.

  18. Each stem is topped with a profusion of lilac-white blossoms and brilliant white bracts

    Salvia sclarea var. turkestanica 'Vatican White'

    Biennial Clary, Muscatel Sage
    €2.35

    Out of stock

    Salvia sclarea var. turkestanica 'Vatican White' is a choice white cultivar that is not that easy to find. A nobly architectural Sage, each of its branched stems is topped with a profusion of lilac-white blossoms and brilliant white bracts. The flowers are attractive and are boosted in impact by the large petioles that surround them.

  19. Well branched and compact the plants grow 45 to 60cm (18 to 24in) tall.
    €3.55

    Salvia patens is undoubtedly one of the very best blue flowering plants, the large, double-lipped blossoms are one of the truest blues found in nature. 'Blue Angel' is one of the smallest of the 'Gentian Sages', there is little else that can compete with the richness of its colour.

  20. The deep violet blue colour of Victoria Blue salvia flowers are no doubt the plants' outstanding feature.

    Salvia farinacea 'Victoria Blue'

    Mealy Cup Sage, Flowering Sage, Blue Sage
    €2.00
    Deep, true blue is a highly sought after colour in flowers and are this plants' outstanding feature. Flowering in less than four months, this is a splendid variety, a bushy base branching plant producing numerous, long-lasting spikes of vivid true blue flowers.
  21. Salvia farinacea ‘Fairy Queen’ is an attractive new variety that bears multiple spikes of bicolour blue and white flowers

    Salvia farinacea 'Fairy Queen'

    Bi Colour Sage, Flowering Sage
    €2.10

    Salvia farinacea ‘Fairy Queen’ is an attractive new variety that bears multiple spikes of bicolour blue and white flowers on dark distinctive flower stems from June to October. With a bushy, compact habit and thick stems. A small white spot on each sapphire blue flower creates the illusion of fairy dust.

  22. Salvia argentea is prized for its spectacular, large, furry silver-grey leaves.
    €3.40
    Salvia argentea is prized for its spectacular, large, furry silver-grey leaves. The plants form an attractive mound that provide a dramatic background for colourful summer flowers. It complements purple or magenta flowers and looks gorgeous in a ‘white’ garden.
  23. Sagina subulata is one of the best low growing ground covers that is both decorative and low maintenance.

    Sagina subulata 'Irish Moss'

    Pearlwort, Corsican Pearlwort

    Starting at: €1.25

    Out of stock

    Sagina subulata is one of the best low growing ground covers. Irish moss is most often used as a ground cover, softening paths and stepping-stones. It gives a lush accent to rock garden and terraces. For a luxurious carpet of green, few plants can match Irish Moss.

  24. Rosularia is a rosette forming succulent that closely resemble other rosette forming Crassulaceae such as Sempervivum and Echeveria,

    Rosularia rechingeri

    Syn: Prometheum rechingeri
    €3.25

    Rosularia is a rosette forming succulent that closely resemble other Crassulaceae such as Sempervivum and Echeveria. It distinguishes itself in spring time when the small green clusters change to a vibrant rich reddish tone. Rare yet hardy, they are seldom seen other than in specialist nurseries or rock garden collections.

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