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Stachys monnieri (densiflora)

Stachys monnieri (densiflora)

A clump forming hairy perennial with dense spikes of purple to pink flowers on 1' plants, hailing from limestone areas in the mountains of Europe .
$12.00

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Stachys nivea

Stachys nivea

A gem from Syria with oblong leaves and whorled spikes of creamy white flowers.
$12.00

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Stokesia laevis

Stokesia laevis

A monotypic genus with large, very beautiful, vaguely centaurea-like flowers generally lavender but ranging from purple to pale yellow. A couple feet tall, tough as nails and just about everything resistant. Zone 5 Joseph
$12.00

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Stokesia laevis 'Omega Skyrocket'

Stokesia laevis 'Omega Skyrocket'

A Stokesia on GA3, the stems stretch to 4', it's definitely different and may or may not be a breakthrough in new plant breeding, depending on your point of view; someone must think so because the seed is very expensive.
$12.00

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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.
$8.00

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Stomatium sp. ex Kelderberg Southerland

Stomatium sp. ex Kelderberg Southerland

I lost track of where this came from although it may have been from a Denver Botanic Gardens collection in any event it is yet another mesemb, Dick liked it enough to whack some cuttings.
$8.00

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Streptopus obtusatus

Streptopus obtusatus

An extremely rare plant, and one you woud be forgiven for mistaking for a particularly lovely polygonatum. Small white flowers in the spring, very solomon's seal like, spreading moderately by rhizomes, the real show here is the incredibly glossy green foliage that has an impossible to photograph faintly metalic bluish sheen to it. Lovely and different for the woodland garden. Two feet tall. Zone 5.
$19.00

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Syneilesis intermedia

Syneilesis intermedia

That species name is of doubtful accuracy... Jim Waddick was out last summer and wanted to look at all our species to figure out which ones they actually are. Regardless, an excellent plant with wonderful shredded umbrella leaves to 18 inches or so, beautiful in the shade garden with hostas. Flowers are on tall spikes above that and really add nothing to the plant so you might as well cut them off. Unless, of course, Waddick is coming for a visit and wants to look at them to try and key out the different species. Zone 5
$15.00

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