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Sanguinaria canadensis

Sanguinaria canadensis

Lovely blue gray leaves daintily lobed and scalloped with large flowers of transparent opalescent white, like the ghost of some huge anemone on 6 to 9" stems. Besides the famous fully double form, Bloodroot often has light pink or extra petaled forms, as well and plants with heavily dissected leaves.
$8.00

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Sanguinaria canadensis FL PL

Sanguinaria canadensis FL PL

One of the most beautiful spring wildflowers the double forms of bloodroot are legendary. The huge fully double flowers are much less ephemeral than the single forms. We have a couple of clones that differ primarily in bloom time, opening a week or so apart. This is the early clone. We have had clumps of this disappear from the garden with the holes neatly filled in and the leaf litter carefully sifted back. Clever woodchucks?
$24.00

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Sanguinaria canadensis pink form

Sanguinaria canadensis pink form

Pink form. Lovely blue gray leaves daintily lobed and scalloped with large flowers of transparent opalescent white, like the ghost of some huge anemone on 6 to 9" stems. Besides the famous fully double form, Bloodroot often has light pink or extra petaled forms, as well and plants with heavily dissected leaves.
$12.00

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Sanguisorba officianalis 'Shiro Fururin'

Sanguisorba officianalis 'Shiro Fururin'

A rarely available white variegated form form Japan; it has been stable for us although rather slow growing.
$12.00

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Sanguisorba officianalis 'Tanna'

Sanguisorba officianalis 'Tanna'

A dwarf form of Great Burnet, the compact 10 mounds of foliage are topped by myriads of burgundy heads on short stems, thanks to Dan for making it available to American gardeners.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Saponaria lutea

Saponaria lutea

Yellow is a rare color in Saponaria, and this is a fairly nice alpine species, it would seem to have a lot of potential for plant breeding, a good yellow ocymoides or pulvinaris would be most welcome.____ZONE 4
$8.00

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Saponaria officianalis

Saponaria officianalis

Bouncing Bet, I'm guessing Bet jiggled a bit when she ran, if that image doesn't entrance you then try watching the sphinx moths that flock to this in the evening. No serious moth and butterfly collector should be without this.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Saruma henryi

Saruma henryi

A rare Asian Asarum relative it is unique, with felted leaves on upright stems and a long succession of light yellow flowers, strangely most of the recent shade gardening books seem to have ignored it.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Saururus cernuus

Saururus cernuus

Our native Lizard's Tail is one of only two members of the Saururacaea, the other Asian counterpart being listed in the perennial section, this moisture loving perennial can reach 1.25m in height topped by 30cm long inflorescences that taper like a fragrant white lizards tail. If you don't already grow it, buy some and get them planted immediately, don't tempt fate and piss off the lizard god, his wrath should be avoided at all costs, he's already licking his eyeballs at the prospect of new victims.____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Saururus chinensis

Saururus chinensis

The Asian counterpart of our native Lizard's Tail with spikes of ivory flowers, collecting Asian versions of American natives has become popular of late, (collectors often hold meetings and chant 'Reunite Gondwanaland' while shooting into the air with AK-47's). However, I digress, taxonomically the two are separated by the position of the anthers in chinensis they are held below the stigmas, in cernuus they are held above.____ZONE 6
$12.00

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