This new variety is more robust and compact than other forms and boasts a very long flowering period from early Summer until first frosts. Beautiful dark purple flowers with an almost black calyx. A fantastic 2lt Summer flowering patio pot plant.
SALCARA - Salvia Caradonna
Above the compact mound of aromatic, grey-green foliage, purple-black stems arise from early summer bearing rich, violet-blue flowers. A vibrant and long-flowering addition to the border, they look spectacular when planted with rich plums and pinks as well as smokey purples
SALHOLI - Salvia microphylla Hot Lips
What a show-off ! Salvia Hot Lips is an evergreen perennial rewarding you with an abundance of eye-catching brilliant red and white flowers from early summer to first frosts. The flowers begin lipstick red in early summer turning vivid red and pure white in mid summer before changing to white when the days shorten. Great for attracting butterflies and insects. Holds the RHS Garden Merit Award too. Likes full sun and moist well drained soil. Grows up to 3ft tall.
SALOSTF - Salvia nemerosa Ostefriesland
Sometimes known as 'East Friesland', Salvia nemerosa 'Ostfriesland' is a lovely salvia, bearing spikes of violet-blue flowers from summer through to autumn. It's perfect for growing towards the front of a sunny border, and is extremely popular with pollinators. The Royal Horticultural Society has given it the Award of Garden Merit
SALNEEA - Salvia nemorosa East Friesland
Sages are invaluable perennials for their rich display in the border.
SALSNHI - Salvia nemorosa Snow Hill
This reliable garden plant has a more compact habit than other perennial salvias. Pure white flower spikes put on a marvelous show early to mid Summer. Aromatic foliage
SANOBTU - Sanguisorba obtusa
SCAVIVI - Scabiosa Vivid Violet
Large, vivid violet pincushion flowers top low mounds of mildew resistant frilly foliage. Blooms continuously from late Spring to frost.
SCACOBL - Scabiosa columbaria Blue
This dwarf pincushion flower forms a low mound of ferny green foliage. Soft lavender blue pincushion flowers begin to appear in early Summer and continue non-stop into the Autumn. Fantastic in both containers and garden borders.
SEDMATR - Sedum Matrona
Deep grey-green fleshy foliage with an edging of pink. Plants grow taller than other varieties of Sedum bearing large clusters of soft pink flowers. Truly one of the best selections yet introduced.
Succulent leaves flushed bronze with purple stems and clusters of soft pink flowers in late summer. The attractive flowers add a splash of colour late in the year when most flowers are going over and the seed heads also look good if left on throughout winter.
SEDPUEM - Hylotelephium Purple Emperor
If you were a bee or a butterfly you really wouldn't care this plant formerly known as Sedum is now called Hylotelephium. Stylish Purple Emperor creates a spectacular display with dark foliage complemented by masses of deep pink flowers well into the Autumn. The striking heads are loved by bees and butterflies and provides a fantastic source of late season nectar. Holds an RHS Award of Garden Merit too and great choice for hot sunny borders and exotic schemes.
SEDAUJO - Sedum spectabile Autumn Joy
One of the most popular Sedums on the market . This hardy, upright selection sports light green leaves and deep rose flowers which age to a beautiful bronze. A popular hardy plant making a mound of fleshy green leaves and displaying attractive pink flower heads that deepen to coppery red. One of the delights of a late summer garden is watching the flowers of Sedum 'Autumn Joy' open and seeing how long the first butterfly takes to arrive.
SOLLILE - Solidago hybrid Little Lemon
Beautifully compact with a tight well branched habit. Dense inflorescence of light-yellow blooms. Very versatile and attractive in both containers and garden borders.
STAMOHU - Stachys monieri Hummelo
This is a clump-forming perennial, which is mainly grown for the rose-lavender flowers which appear in summer. These flowers are held on upright spikes above the rosettes of dark green leaves and act as a magnet for bees. It provides great groundcover which is ideal for filling gaps at the front of the border.