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Salvia 'Hot Lips'
Bushy shrub. White flowers with red tips. Also all white and all red flowers on same plant as season progresses!.
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 Salvia Hot Lips
Salvia 'African Sky'
Masses of beautiful sky-blue flowers. Forms a tall shrub.
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Salvia 'Silas Dyson'
Flowers open to rich crimson, then mature to deep pinkish-red. Aromatic evergreen foliage. Forms small bush.
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Salvia cacaliifolia
Spikes of royal blue flowers over triangular shaped leaves.
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 RHS Award of Garden Merit
Salvia curviflora
Upright perennial shrub from Mexico. Large, bright pink flowers with a curved lower lip. Dark green foliage.
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Salvia leucantha
Evergreen subshrub from Mexico. Purple and white flowers. Keep frost-free.
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 Salvia leucantha
Salvia microphylla 'Trelawney'
Pretty, coral pink flowers with cream markings in centre.
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Salvia microphylla 'Royal Bumble'
Rich red flowers.
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 Salvia microphylla Royal Bumble
Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'
Spikes of violet-blue flowers from black stems. Aromatic foliage. Bushy upright habit.
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 RHS Award of Garden Merit
Salvia subgenus perovskia (formerly Perovskia) 'Blue Spire'
Aromatic, silver-grey foliage. Bright blue flowers.
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 RHS Award of Garden Merit
 Salvia subgenus perovskia (formerly Perovskia) Blue Spire
Salvia uliginosa
Clear blue flowers over a long period.
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Salvia x jamensis 'Pink Lips'
White and bright pink flowers over a long period.
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Sanguisorba menziesii
Long, maroon spikes over grey-green foliage.
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 Sanguisorba menziesii
Sanguisorba obtusa
Attractive grey-green foliage. Fluffy rose-pink flowers.
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Saxifraga x urbium 'Variegata'
London Pride. Stems of star-shaped flowers over green rosettes splashed with yellow.
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Schizostylis coccinea 'Mollie Gould'
Warm pink, cup-shaped flowers with darker pink mottling.
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 Schizostylis coccinea Mollie Gould
Schizostylis coccinea 'Rosea'
Spikes of large, soft pink, starry flowers.
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Scilla mischtschenkoana 'Tubergeniana'
Starry, pale blue flowers opening with the leaves in late winter and early spring. Perennial bulb.
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 Scilla mischtschenkoana Tubergeniana
Sedum 'Purple Emperor'
Matt, succulent, bronze-purple leaves. Pink-red flowers. August to October.
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Selinum wallichianum
Clump-forming perennial with large, lacy leaves and large umbels of white flowers.
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 RHS Award of Garden Merit
Senecio polyodon
Bright cerise-pink daisies almost continuously throughout summer and into autumn.
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 Senecio polyodon
Serratula seoanei
Late-flowering perennial with dainty, purple thistle-like flowers.
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Setaria palmifolia
Elegant grass with broad, pleated, palm-like foliage.
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Silene fimbriata
Attractive, white campion flowers with fringed petals.
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 Silene fimbriata
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Silene schafta
Masses of starry, pale pink flowers. Forms low cushions. Dislikes winter wet.
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 Silene schafta
Sisyrichium palmifolium
Terminal clusters of bright yellow flowers on broad flat stems. From S America.
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 Sisyrichium palmifolium
Stachys macrantha 'Superba'
Upright stems of large purple-pink flowers over wrinkled leaves with scalloped edges.
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Sternbergia lutea
Clump-forming bulbous perennial. Narrow, dark green leaves and solitary deep yellow, goblet-shaped flowers.
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 RHS Award of Garden Merit  Sternbergia lutea
Stokesia laevis 'Mary Gregory'
Large, fluffy, lemon yellow flowers in mid summer above slender green leaves.
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 Stokesia laevis Mary Gregory
Succisa pratensis
British native. Blue pincushion flowers.
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Symphyotrichum novae-angliae 'Violetta'
Formerly known as aster. Deep purple sprays of daisies. Attractive to insects. Mildew resistant.
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Symphyotrichum novae-angliae 'Kylie'
Upright aster bearing pretty, semi-double pale pink flowers with bright yellow centres.
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Symphytum x uplandicum 'Moorland Heather'
Attractive form of native comfrey grown for its dark violet flowers.
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Synthryris missurica var stellata
Woodlander with heart-shaped leaves and spikes of bell-shaped, dark violet-blue flowers. March to May. 20cm (8in).
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