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- Sedum spurium 'John Creech'
A very fast spreader with dense green foliage and beautiful pink flowers. Reliably tough.
- Sedum spurium 'Purpurteppich'
Good purple tones on green foliage - a robust grower. Nice flower color. Good drought tolerance.
- Sedum spurium 'Raspberry Red'
Green spring leaves turn rosy in late summer and red in winter. Showy pink flower display in summer.
- Sedum spurium 'Roseum'
Good green foliage and a nice pale pink bloom. Red to pink rosettes in winter. Tolerates some shade. Very drought tolerant.
- Sedum spurium 'Royal Pink'
Green leaves pink flowers similar to 'John Creech'
- Sedum spurium 'Schorbuser Blut'
Outstanding selection for red foliage. Bright red leaves and a great looking plant year-round. Very robust grower.
- Sedum spurium 'Summer Glory'
Gorgeous deep pink flowers in Midsummer and excellent green foliage. Dark green rosettes in winter.
- Sedum stenopetalum
Self sowing plant, native to Western U.S. Red leaves in winter. Good choice for Pacific Northwest. Tolerates some shade.
- Sedum telephioides syn. Hylotelephium
The only tall native sedum suitable for green roof application. White flowers. Dormant in winter. Tends to flop over.
- Sedum telephium 'Autumn Joy' syn. 'Herbstfreude'
Tall accent plant with rosy pink flowers that attracts bees and butterflies. Interesting stalks in winter.
- Sedum ternatum
Eastern native that needs protection from full sun on a roof. Good choice for shadows or near drains. White flowers are quite showy. Tolerates some shade.
- Sedum tetractinum
A rapidly growing groundcover, with interesting rosettes. Green to bronze foliage turns bronze to orange in Fall.
- Sedum urvillei
Tight and low growth habit. Nice bright red winter color. Very heat tolerant. Tolerates some shade.
- Sempervivum, Mixed
Unmistakable rosettes add great texture and form. Wide range of foliage colors. Very durable with good winter interest. Showy flowers, doesn't bloom reliably.
- Sesleria autumnalis
A drought tolerant grass of bright green that turns golden in the Autumn, with a clumping, tufted habit. Tolerates some shade.
- Sesleria caerulea
Striking blue to blue-green grass good to use in mass plantings. Foliage becomes more blue in cooler temperatures. Shade tolerant.
- Silene uniflora 'Compacta'
Use for a smaller sense of scale good mounding habit interesting flower structure.
- Sporobolus heterolepis
Graceful North American Native grass with a showy flower display. Stunning orange foliage in Fall. Tolerates some shade.
- Talinum calycinum syn. Phemeranthus calycinus
Vigorous and showy. Incredible bright pink flowers on long thin stems over needle-shaped leaves. Blooms every afternoon from early summer until first frost. US Native.
- Talinum paniculatum
Spinach-like leaves form the base for tall, red flower stalks and hot pink flowers. Clusters of round, dark red seed pods add to its ornamental value. Good in mild climates.