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Herbaceous

Herbaceous perennials bring a riot of colours into the garden. We offer hundreds of different varieties which are suitable for all sorts of situations and for  flowering at almost any time of year
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Scabiosa caucasica 'Miss Wilmott'

Scabiosa caucasica 'Miss Wilmott'£6.50

Clump forming. 'Pin cushion' with white flowerheads in summer - a classic 'cottage garden' plant. Prefers full sun and moist but well drained soil. Fully hardy. H:60cm.


Scilla litardierei

Scilla litardierei£3.95

Bulbous perennial from the western Balkans, grown for its blue grape-hyacinth like flowers which bloom in late spring. Foliage comprises grass-like leaves which taper to a point. Up to 70 blue-violet flower buds are borne on each stem in a dense raceme, opening into star-shaped flowers. Scilla litardierei will grow to about 15-20cm tall and prefers some light shade in a moist but well drained soil. Fully hardy.


Sedum 'Matrona (Syn Hylotelephium)'£5.50

Very attractive grey-puple foliage. Creamy-pink flowers fading to dark red in midsummer-autumn. Very attractive to butterflies. H: 45cm. Hardy. Full sun and well drained position..


Sedum  'Ruby Glow (Syn Hylotelphium)'

Sedum 'Ruby Glow (Syn Hylotelphium)'£4.50

Low-growing perennial. Attractive glaucus green leaves turning purplish. Numerous ruby red star-shaped flowers from mid-summer to autumn. H:25cm. Hardy. Full sun. Neutral-alkaline well drained soil.


Sedum spurium 'Fuldaglut'£3.95

Low-growing, sun-loving fully hardy perennial. Sprawling habit with deep bronze- red succulent foliage. Neon pinky-red flowers in mid-late summer, much loved by bees and other pollinating insects. H:15cm. Fully hardy. Grow in full sun and well drained soil. Makes a great addition to alpine garden, or for tumbling over low walls and so on.


Sedum telephium 'Strawberries and Cream'

Sedum telephium 'Strawberries and Cream'£4.50

(Synonym: Hylotelephium) Herbaceous perennial suitable for a sunny spot. Pink and white flowers in clusters in mid summer. Very popular with bees and butterflies in the late summer garden. H:50cm. Fully hardy.


Seseli hippomarathrum

Seseli hippomarathrum£4.50

A rare and very pretty dwarf member of the Apiaceae family which includes carrots and dill. Neat rosettes of deep green feathery foliage. Masses of small creamy white flowers fade to pink to give a lovely patchwork effect. Enjoys full sun and relatively well drained soil. Fully hardy and perennial . H: about 60cm to top of flowering stems.


Sidalcea malviflora 'William Smith'

Sidalcea malviflora 'William Smith'£5.95

Extremely garden-worthy perennial from western USA, preferring well drained even sandy soils and full sun. Deep rose pink flowers in early summer. Attracts bees. Fully hardy. H:1m


Sinopodophyllum hexandrum

Sinopodophyllum hexandrum£5.95

Hardy, woodland species from the Himalaya. Thick fleshy stems carry quite large mid-green leaves, beneath which white flowers are borne in summer followed by large red fruit. Very attractive and unusual. H: 25cm


Sisyrinchium  'Dragon's Eye'

Sisyrinchium 'Dragon's Eye'£4.50

Sun-loving perennial, with a mass of small star-shaped, white to pale lavender flowers with dark purple veins and yellow centres over a rosette of grass-like foliage. Flowers throughout much of the summer season. Plant in full sun in moist but well drained soil - looks very good in a gravel garden. Fully hardy. H:20cm


Sisyrinchium  'Janet Denman'

Sisyrinchium 'Janet Denman'£3.50

Small, sun-loving hardy perennial, with foliage superficially resembly a small juncus rush, althought Sisyrinchium are actually in the Iris family. Small star shaped flowers on grassy stems are creamy white with a mauve blush that become more intense towards the base of each petal. Best in full sun and well drained soil, a gravel garden or alpine bed, for example. Fully hardy. H: 10cm


Sisyrinchium striatum

Sisyrinchium striatum£5.50

Clump-forming and evergreen perennial, with stiff grey-green leaves. Stiff spires of pale yellow flowers in early summer. Prefers poor, well drained soil in full sun. H: 90cm

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