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Salvia 'Maraschino'

  • Used as an accent plant in back of perennial borders
  • Mass plant in a butterfly garden
  • Hummingbirds love this plant
Sandcherry Purple Leaf

Sandcherry Purple Leaf

  • Purple leaf sandcherry can be grown as either a shrub or tree; chosen for its purple foliage
  • Should be grown in full to part sun to maintain its purple color. Too much shade will fade the purple color to a bronzy green
  • The flowers are pinkish-white, and appear in April
  • Use as a specimen where a splash of purple is wanted
  • Drought resistant

Scabiosa 'Pink Mist'

  • Great in a grouping or mass planting
  • Dwarf habit works well as a border plant
  • Showy flowers attract butterflies
Scotch Broom

Scotch Broom 'All Gold'

This golden Broom can stand alone or be mass planted to create a color display that 'pops' even from far away. Makes an excellent addition to any flowering shrub border. Fits into wild landscapes where it naturalizes and offers charming character to old-fashioned country gardens. Deciduous.

Scotch Broom

Scotch Broom 'Burkwoodii'

  • This shrub has a unique look with erect, green foliage
  • Bushy and hardy with garnet-red  flowers
  • Highly tolerant of poor soils
  • Makes a nice hedge
Scotch Broom

Scotch Broom 'Lena'

An eye-catching evergreen shrub with an interesting texture. Abundant sprays of fragrant, lemon-yellow and ruby red flowers cover its slender, green stems. The leaves are tiny and inconspicuous. Small, pea pod fruits follow the spring flowers.

Scotch Broom

Scotch Broom 'Moonlight'

Unique looking deciduous shrub with long sprays of pale yellow flowers that bloom in the spring. Makes a great hedge in a sheltered location as the sutle color will fade in intense sunlight. Seacost tolerant.



  • Great plant for any hot, dry location
  • Evergreen
  • Looks great in rock gardens
  • Perfect for containers

Serviceberry 'Allegheny'

  • Fragrant white flowers in spring
  • Edible berries in summer often used in pies, jellies and jams
  • Gorgeous fall color
  • Attractive understory tree for lawns

Serviceberry 'Autumn Brilliance'

  • Clusters of showy white flowers in early spring
  • Sometimes call the 'Shadbush,' because it blooms when the 'Shad' run
  • Edible fruit in June attracts the birds
  • Tolerates very wet conditions
Seven-Son Flower

Seven-Son Flower

  • Creamy white, fragrant flowrers in clusters of seven
  • Very large shrub that attracts butterflies
  • May be trained as a single-trunk tree
  • Excellent as a lawn specimen
Shasta Daisy

Shasta Daisy

  • Mainstay of a perennial border
  • Good for cut flowers
  • Attracts butterflies
  • Deer and rabbit resistant
Sheffield Pink Mum

Sheffield Pink Mum

  • Perennial mum
  • Great look when massed
  • Showy in containers
  • Attracts butterflies


  • Good choice for poor, dry soils
  • Nice and mounded like a small shrub
  • The silver- green color makes a nice contrast to any evergreen planting

Skimmia 'Berri-Magic' (male & female)

  • This combination of both male and female ensures an abundant berry crop in early winter
  • Perfect low hedge or foundation shrub
Skimmia (Female)

Skimmia (Female)

  • Attractive displays of fragrant, white flowers in the spring followed by bright red berries when pollenized with a nearby male
  • Perfect for a low, evergreen hedge
  • Also good in containers
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