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  • Salvia candelabrum

    60-90cms. Deep blue-purple flowers in candelabra-shaped unflorescences. Main flowering in early to mid-summer, with some flowers produced into autumn. Fertile, well-drained soil, sun.
  • Salvia curviflora
  • Sanguisorba tenuifolia Alba

    1.2m-1.4m  A lovely, easy plant which hasn't needed support at all for me. It produces a clump of attractive, divided foliage, and stems bear fluffy white catkin-like flowers in summer, which still look attractive as they produce seed heads. Prefers sun to part shade, with a well-drained but not too dry, fertile soil.
  • Saponaria x lempergii Max Frei

    15-25cm. A well-behaved plant, producing masses of mid-pink flowers from late spring and through the summer. Well-drained soil in full or part sun. A really valuable plant for the rock garden or front of border.
  • Saxifraga cuscutiformis

    45cm. Attractive evergreen rosettes, with spikes of beautifully marked small white flowers in summer. Fertile soil in part shade.
  • Saxifraga Winifred Bevington

    15cm. Neat rosettes produce dainty sprays of pale pink flowers with deeper pink centres, giving a pretty, hazy pink effect. Good for the front of a border, or in pots and troughs. For full or part sun, but not too dry. Tolerates light shade too.
  • Sisyrinchium Devon Skies

    10-15cm. Bright blue-mauve flowers in summer. Best in fairly well-drained soil in sun.
  • Sisyrinchium Quaint and Queer

    20-30cm. Unusual flowers, dusky yellow and purple, in summer. Reasonably well-drained soil in sun.
  • Sternbergia lutea

    10cm. Shining, golden crocus-like flowers from September to November, with dark glossy leaves appearing soon after flowers, and lasting until late spring. These bulbs need a deep, well-drained soil in a sunny position.

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