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Scutellaria alpina

Scutellaria alpina

I'm utterly in love with this plant. The attractive foliage forms a low (only a few inches high) spreading carpet (a plant can easily spread to a 12 inch diameter circle in one year) that is topped, pretty much constantly, with short spikes of vaguely snapdragon-like (though ever so much more elegant) flowers, in a beautiful combination of purple and white. Beautiful, of course. But better than that, I put some of these in the garden in the middle of the summer from hell of 2012 when we were routinely hitting 100 degrees and it didn't rain seemingly ever, and these little guys couldn't have cared less they grew happily and flowered their heads off, laughing at the other plants that were shriveling up and dying. A spectacularly easy, tough, beautiful plant. Happiest and most floriferous in full sun and good drainage, but far from picky and can take quite a bit of shade. Zone 4 -Joseph
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Scutellaria alpina 'Arco-Baleno'

Scutellaria alpina 'Arco-Baleno'

All the awesomeness that is S. alpina, but this time in shades of pink instead of purple. -Joseph
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Scutellaria altissima

Scutellaria altissima

Blue and white dragon headed fls in June & July, variable in height Med.-Caucasus.____ZONE 5
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Senecio atratus

Senecio atratus

Robust plant growing in alpine and subalpine meadows in Colorado. Silvery fuzzy linear leaves are topped with masses of small, bright yellow daisy flowers in summer. Plants form vigorous clumps about two feet tall and wide. Full sun and good drainage a must. Based on their native range, should be very tolerant of cold, probably to zone 4, though perfect drainage will no doubt be required for maximal winter hardiness.
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Seseli libanotis

Seseli libanotis

Similar to S. gummifera, a biennial or short lived perennial reveling in the common name of moon carrot, two feet or so tall with big white umbles. Zone 4. – Joseph
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Sideritis endresii

Sideritis endresii

Mediterranean native to roughly a foot tall with pale yellow salvia-like flowers set in dense heads of acid green bracts. – Joseph
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Sideritis hyssopifolius

Sideritis hyssopifolius

A variable species, this is a particularly nice form collected from the Pyrenees in Spain, a shrublet only 5-10 cm (2-4 inches) tall with glowing yellow flowers. Good drainage and full sun, probably hardy to zone 5.
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Sideritis phlomoides

Sideritis phlomoides

Brigitta wanted to not list this because it looked too much like a Phlomis; Mojmir collected it from the limestones of Toros Dagh at 2,300m, 20-40cm plants with gray- green leaves, dense heads of yellow flowers on 10-20cm stems, I think they are right.____ZONE 5
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Solidago cutleri

Solidago cutleri

Horribly confused with Solidago brachystachys and Solidago virgaurea by any name it is a cute little dwarf golden rod. It is an eastern American tufted species found at altitude with showy corymbs of yellow flowers atop short stems in late summer.____ZONE 5
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Stomatium mustellinum

Stomatium mustellinum

Reaching the altitudinal limit for the species this is a nice and quite hardy ice plant that produces yellow narrow petaled flowers for most of the summer.
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