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Sagina subulata

Sagina subulata

Common Name: Irish Moss, Pearlwort

Native to Europe

Evergreen groundcover for lawn replacements and filling between stones and cracks in full sun to partial shade in average to moist soil.  Tiny white flowers begin to appear in late spring and sporadically throughout its growing season.…

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Salvia lyrata 'Purple Knockout'

Salvia lyrata 'Purple Knockout'

Common Name: Purple Knockout lyre-leaf sage

Native to North America (selection)

Mainly grown for its rosettes of glossy burgundy leaves that transform to a deep purple in summer followed by red in the autumn, this native selection is the perfect substitution for non-native Ajuga.  Blue flowers appear in late spring a…

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Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'

Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'

Common Name: Caradonna sage

Native to Europe and west-central Asia (selection)

Begin flowering purple psikes up to 2 feet tall in June in dry to moist soils.  May continue to bloom if provided ample moisture in dry situations.  Deer resistant, but butterflies and other pollinators love them.  Trim back afte…

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Salvia nemorosa 'East Freisland'

Salvia nemorosa 'East Freisland'

Common Name: East Freisland sage

Native to Europe and west-central Asia (selection)

Long blooming from June to September, the foliage stands at about 10 inches, while the flower spikes rise up to 18 inches.  City-scape - no problem as these are air pollution & drought tolerant, but also a true survivor in the country a…

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Salvia x sylvestris 'Blue Hill'

Salvia x sylvestris 'Blue Hill'

cross between S. nemorosa and S. pratensis

Pure blue flowers flower from May to June above deer resistant foliage in dry to medium soils.  Dead heading increases the length of flowering.  Great as a cut or dried flower.  

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Salvia x sylvestris 'May Night'

Salvia x sylvestris 'May Night'

Common Name: May Night wood sage

cross between S. nemorosa and S. pratensis

Purple flower from May to June above deer resistant foliage in dry to medium soils.  Dead heading increases the length of flowering.  Great as a cut or dried flower.  Flowers attract butterflies and pollinators while the fragran…

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Salvia x sylvestris 'Snow Hill'

Salvia x sylvestris 'Snow Hill'

Common Name: Snow Hill wood sage

cross between S. nemorosa and S. pratensis

Pure white flower from May to June above mounding foliage in dry to medium soils.  Dead heading increases the length of flowering.  Great as a cut or dried flower.  Attracts butterflies and pollinators while keeping the deer at ba…

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Sanguisorba officinalis

Sanguisorba officinalis

Common Name: Greater burnet

Native to Asia, Europe & North America

Showy dark red to purple-red flowers appear from May to June on these clump forming, rhizomatous low maintenance plants in full sun and average soils with medium moisture.  Interesting compound odd-pinate leaves remain clean throughout the…

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Schizachyrium scoparium 'The Blues'

Schizachyrium scoparium 'The Blues'

Common Name: Little bluestem

Native to North America (selection)

Schizachyrium scoparium ‘The Blues’ is a lovely upright blue tinted Little Bluestem cultivar.  Plants have attractive fine textured steely blue foliage and rosy pink stems.  In late summer small flowers a…

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Scutellaria incana

Scutellaria incana

Common Name: hoary skull cap

Native to North America

Prefering light shade and drier soils,  this plant is adaptable to sun and more moist soils. In mid summer its strong square stems branch to produce an abundance of deep blue flowers 1 inch long, similar in appearance to  snap dragons, and …

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Sedum cauticola 'Lidakense'

Sedum cauticola 'Lidakense'

Common Name: Lidakense stonecrop

Native to Japan

Blue-gray foliage kissed with purple, forming 3-4" clumps in full sun.  Vivid pink flowers arise several inches above the foliage in last summer into early fall. Poor soil and drought tolerant, this plant will thrive in the garden, rock garden, …

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Sedum sieboldii

Sedum sieboldii

Common Name: October stonecrop, October daphne

Native to Japan

Mounds of succulent foliage, each leaf a silver green rimmed on the edge in magenta.  Clusters of medium pink flowers begin to pop in September and hold on into October.  As the weather cools, the foliage takes on a completely differ…

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Sedum spectabile 'Autumn Joy'

Sedum spectabile 'Autumn Joy'

Common Name: Autumn Joy stonecrop

Native to China & Korea

A late summer/fall beauty that grows up to 2 feet tall and wide.  Extremely adaptable in full sun with great drought tolerance.  Flowers open pink and are very attractive to butterflies and bees.  The flowers fade to a coppery red and …

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Sedum ternatum

Sedum ternatum

Common Name: three-leaved stone crop

Native to North America

A mat forming evergreen wildflower.   Leaves are small and blue-green.  In early summer, sprays of starry white flowers tower to 6”.  In the wild, this lovely sedum grows in close proximity to calcareous rocks.

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Senecio aureus

Senecio aureus

Common Name: Golden ragwort

Native to North America

A mounding perennial with shiny heart shaped basal leaves. In spring clusters of golden-yellow daisies rise above the foliage on sturdy stems.  Plants form large colonies over time in wet or moist woodlands. 

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Sesleria autumnalis

Sesleria autumnalis

Common Name: Autumn Moor Grass

Native to Southeastern Europe

Sesleria autumnalis is a low mounding cool season non-native perennial grass.  Foliage is evergreen and arching.  Blades have a striking yellow-green color that sometimes develops a soothing golden autumn tint.  Spike-lik…

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Sesleria x 'Greenlee Hybrid'

Sesleria x 'Greenlee Hybrid'

Common Name: Greenlee's Hybrid Moor Grass

species cross (S. autumnalis x S. caerulea)

Sesleria x ‘Greenlee Hybrid’ is a low mounding cool season perennial grass.  Foliage is evergreen with an attractive blue-green hue.  Silvery purple tinged spikey flowers rise above the leaves and mature into purplish …

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Silene caroliniana

Silene caroliniana

Common Name: Wild pink

Native to North America

A tufted perennial wildflower with narrow lance-shaped leaves.  In spring loose clusters of rosy pink flowers with dark centers rise above the foliage on slender stems.  The floret bases are tubular and the petals are spreading and wedge …

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Silene virginica

Silene virginica

Common Name: Fire pink

Native to North America

Tufted perennial wildflower with narrow lance-shaped leaves.  In spring loose clusters of scarlet red flowers similar to Phlox spp. rise above the foliage on slender stems.  The floret bases are tubular and the petals are s…

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Sisyrinchium angustifolium 'Lucerne'

Sisyrinchium angustifolium 'Lucerne'

Common Name: Blue-eyed grass

Native to North America (selection)

‘Lucerne’ is a low rhizomatous wildflower.   Plants form tufted clumps of narrow sword shaped leaves.  Starry bright blue flowers rise above the foliage to a height of 12” or so.  This diminutive beauty prospers …

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Sisyrinchium angustifolium 'Suwannee'

Sisyrinchium angustifolium 'Suwannee'

Common Name: Blue-eyed grass

Native to North America (selection)

Low rhizomatous wildflower that forms tufted clumps of narrow sword shaped leaves.  Starry bright blue flowers rise above the leaves to a height of about 1’.  This diminutive beauty prospers in sunny or lightly shaded gardens with…

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Solidago bicolor

Solidago bicolor

Common Name: silverrod

Native to North America

Flowers are atteactive to butterflies, native and non-native bees, and songbirds eat the seeds.  Extremely dry soil tolerant, growing well in sandy or rocky soils, but does well in average and clay soils.  Sap is poisonous to deer a…

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Solidago rigida

Solidago rigida

Common Name: Stiff goldenrod

Native to North America

An upright unbranched perennial wildflower with sturdy pubescent stems.  Leaves are lance shaped or elliptical with a bluntly rounded tip. In late summer and autumn, attractive golden-yellow flat topped flower clusters appear.  Plants ar…

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Solidago rugosa 'Fireworks'

Solidago rugosa 'Fireworks'

Common Name: Wrinkle-leaf goldenrod

Native to North America (selection)

Selected for its superior bloom, really looks like exploding fireworks when in bloom. ‘Fireworks’ is an upright perennial wildflower with sturdy pubescent stems.  Leaves are narrow and lance shaped with a wrinkled surfa…

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Spigelia marilandica

Spigelia marilandica

Common Name: Indian pink (No Advance Order)

Native to North America

Spigelia marilandica is a NAO lovely clumping wildflower with opposite deep green oval leaves.  In late spring, plants are crowned by racemes of attractive starry tubular flowers.  The flowers are crimson on the outside and chartreuse …

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Spodiopogon sibiricus

Spodiopogon sibiricus

Common Name: Frost grass

Native to Asia

A large dense ball of blue-green foliage that is topped by upright showy flowers beginning in July and do not break apart with the first strong wind or snow fall often persisting into February.  Prefers moist to wet soils in full sun to part s…

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Sporobolus airoides

Sporobolus airoides

Common Name: Alkali Sacaton

Native to North America

A petite warm season bunch grass.  Plants form attractive mounds of slender gray-green arching leaves.  In late spring one or more culms rises above the foliage bearing airy panicles of pinkish spikelets.  The florets mature into sma…

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Sporobolus heterolepis

Sporobolus heterolepis

Common Name: Prairie dropseed

Native to North America

Sporobolis heterolepis is a petite warm season perennial grass.  Plants form attractive mounds of slender deep green arching leaves.  In late spring one or more culms rises above the foliage bearing airy panicles of olive, s…

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Stachys officinalis 'Hummello'

Stachys officinalis 'Hummello'

Common Name: Hummello betony

Native to Europe & Asia (selection)

2019 Perennial Plant of the Year as chosen by The Perennial Plant Association. Stachys officinalis ‘Hummelo’ is a rhizomatous perennial the produces basal rosettes of dark green glossy ovate basal leaves. Tiny two-lipped rose-la…

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