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Scadoxus puniceus
Stock Number: 41474
"Baseball Blood Lily" Pale red 4" showy brush like flower heads, sometimes fading to tones of flesh pink; followed by scarlet berries; waxy leaves with reddish-maroon pseudostem. Now considered by some to be only a different collection of S. natalensis...even needing a dormant cycle in order to set buds for that very d...
$12.00
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Schefflera actinophylla Dazzle [Hort]
Stock Number: 59403
Columnar habit with large leaves heavily variegated creamy yellow. Introduced by Kraft Gardens. the trunk/stem remains unusually slim. Do not confuse with the thicker bodied Arboricola crew (a variegated group of these are offered under the gensus Brassaia, which see.
$12.50
Schefflera venulosa [Leucantha]
Stock Number: 40909
"Starleaf Plant" USDA distribution of scarce species with very slim leaflets in a "Starleaf" radiating wheel; usually listed as S. leucantha in Australia. Easy houseplant; popular for staked standards shaped at top.
$10.00
Sciaphyllum Amoenum
Stock Number: 50067
"Velvet Cloak Plant" Beautiful velvety rippled leaves, purple beneath, perched on elegant (eventually quite tall) woody stems; with time, expect modest purple flowers on the wand-like terminal spikes. Very showy although quite leggy if left on its own; so prune for the shape you desire or allow this exotic Acanthus to ...
$15.00
Scindapsus exotica [species]
Stock Number: 30542
A more robust clone than our original slow growing clone. Leathery wide lance leaves of glossy grey green, nearly obscured with bright aluminum grey. Best grown on a moss pole with the lovely visual result of shingled silvery pewter toned foliage in a glowing column. Very sensitive to chill; thus, we can only ship duri...
$15.00
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Scindapsus pictus argyraeus
Stock Number: 30400
"Satin Pothos" Beautiful leathery matte-green shimmering leaves are brushed with sugary silver. Good houseplant, although a bit slow to start. Foliage leathery enough to survive variable humidity levels, thus remaining among our favorite indoor plants--but be sure this beauty is proctected from chill. Currently enjoyin...
$6.00
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Scindapsus siamense [species]
Stock Number: 30402
Ash green central tones feather out over the soft pewter colored thick leaves which can become totally silver blue in perfect conditions as they mature. Excellent vine with shingled foliage slightly smaller than its famous kin.  Extremely sensitive to chill.
$25.00
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Scirpus cernuus [isolepis gracilis]
Stock Number: 40916
"Electric Grass" or "Fountain Bullrush" Perfect miniature tufts of translucent pendant green thread leaves tipped with bright straw-white bracts not unlike a mop of fiber optics! Must have constant moisture to thrive. Equally successful as an aquatic tub subject or a tuffet in a terrarium, or a mane in moss topiary; so...
$4.25
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Scyphularia pentaphylla [davallia pentaphylla]
Stock Number: 11237
"Red Finger Fern" Coarsely cut pinnate fronds; strong rhizomes are decoratively covered with dark Cayenne toned nonciliate hairy scales. Very handsome cousin to the more common Davallia but with "Black Caterpillar Fern" rhizomes. This New Guinea native needs warm locations. Very curious, yet of easy culture.
$8.25
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Securinega suffruticosa
Stock Number: 71230
Northern Chinese "Fountain Hardback" a cascade-branched shrub with attractive dusky pewter toned oval leaves which change to a charming rich butter yellow fall color range; small lime flowers (which confirm it to be in the spurges) line long peduncles late summer. If you grow hardy Euphorbia in your gardens, why not pl...
$8.00
Sedeveria Harry Butterfield [hyb]
Stock Number: 60445
"Mule Tail" Easily grown (in full light and adequate moisture with perfect drainage) large "Burro Tail" with tightly packed pearl-toned leaves completely covering the cascading succulent stems; considered a Hummel creation named for one of his contemporary nurserymen.
$4.75
Sedum adolphii
Stock Number: 60458
"Golden Glo" Arched stems heavy with thickly-set golden green keeled blimpshpaed leaves developing coppery margins in bright light; Mexican native with white flower clusters. A must in any succulent wreath.
$4.25
Stock Number: 67475
Red edged fat kneeled leaves stud the arching thick stems of this old favorite.  White flowers in domed clusters. 
$6.50
Sedum album micranthum
Stock Number: 88851
Teensy tangled "Miniature Baltic Stonecrop" seems to have evolved particularly for your trough.
$4.00
Sedum Angelina [hyb?]
Stock Number: 89175
"Golden Stonecrop" succulent mat former considered to be of Croatian origin. Upright stemlets thickly set with fat needle leaves turning a brilliant lime gold in full sun and cooler temperatures, then developing a decidedly orangy fall blush.
$4.00
Sedum Burrito
Stock Number: 60462
Smaller, rounder & whiter leaves than the traditionall "Burrotail" on strong stiff cascading stems; silvery meal-dusted leaves less likely to shatter than other similar species. The best form by far for a dramatic hanging basket plant; wonderful in succulent wreath designs.
$3.75
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Sedum lineare variegatum
Stock Number: 60466
"Star Sedum" Soft much-branched ascending stems are covered with soft white-margined leaves; Its low mat-forming quality makes this a common cascading basket subject, a natural for succulent wreaths and perfect for ground cover in fairy gardens.  Cool winters trigger this Japanese species to cover itself with star...
$7.50
Sedum makinoi marginatum
Stock Number: 60469
"Snow Ladder" General habit and character of S. lineare, but the white-edged shingled spatulate leaves are rounded--overlapping on trailing soft stems to form "stairways"; yellow flowers. Japanese native much used by wreath designers and basic in succulent dish gardens.
$4.00
Sedum makinoi Ogon
Stock Number: 61011
Wonderful "Golden Stonecrop" with tiny fleshy spatulate leaves shingled on the fat prostrate stems--eventually forming a perfect carpet for succulent bonsai, or an underplanting for a leggy jade, a natural for moss topiary and wreaths, or (for Z8 & warmer) an outdoor groundcover; the yellow gold flower heads need a...
$4.00
Sedum mexicanum
Stock Number: 60470
"Mexican Stonecrop" Mounds of waxy fresh-green soft needle shaped leaves densely packed on hidden fat toppling stems--makes a perfect ground cover for stemmy pot plants; quite basic for decorative small hanging baskets or dish gardens; a basic for succulent wreaths and small moss topiary. Starry yellow flowers usually ...
$4.00
Sedum morganianum
Stock Number: 60471
"Burro Tail" Pendant stems covered with fat spindle-shaped silvery-white leaves. Handsome when overhead watering (like: rain) is avoided--this is not the easily grown S. burrito. The leaves easily shatter--we prefer not to ship this as the plant usually arrives with the leaves (which do root) separated from the stems! ...
$4.00
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Sedum pachyphyllum
Stock Number: 80870
"Jellybean Stonecrop" Native to Oaxaca, Mexico but a natural for any succulent dish garden with clustering thick short stems studded with tubular glacous/chalky blue clubshaped leaves curved upward with fat tips waxing reddish in full sun.
$6.00
Sedum prealtum cristatum
Stock Number: 60859
Available from time to time. Inquire. Bronzy avacado green flat fleshy leaves on upright widely flattened (fasciated) succulent stems, thus creating art deco "Jade Cockscomb" shapes.
$8.00
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Sedum preaultum
Stock Number: 66279
Rather distinctive Jade like sedum that grows fast and furious. Very rewarding succulent for the novice collector.
$3.50
Sedum sexangulare
Stock Number: 80407
"Hexagonal Stonecrop" Slim tiny stems with six spiral rows of tiny succulent leaves; yellow flowers. Keep clean, as easily expires if a neighboring plant's leaf lies over it.
$4.50
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Sedum tetractinum
Stock Number: 89229
Showy wide rounded glossy waxy leaves overlap on tumbling stems tipped with heads of bright yellow starblossoms. Forms a beautiful succulent carpet bronzing beautifully in winter chill.
$4.50
Sedum [sedeveria] Vera Higgins [hyb]
Stock Number: 60450
Modest-sized carpets of slim stems punctuated by plump pinkish-green to dusky rose leaves--color marbled coral in full sun; forms full toppling mounded "Chocolate Donkeytail." Unusual lovely mounding carpet originally from Hummel.
$4.25
Sedum [Species?] Frostbite
Stock Number: 61217
Tiny tumbling mounds of fleshy gray foliage; very lovely delicate appearance, but of robust and fast growth. Perfect groundcover in any succulent container.
$3.25
Selaginella Fairy Plume [Species]
Stock Number: 11416
Unidentified species from Southeast Asia with slim erect stems arching at top under weight of chartreuse plumes--possibly a compact form of S. victoriae. Must have rest period mid-winter; may reach one foot in height if given enough time. This is in the S. victoriae complex.
$6.00
Selaginella krausiana Gold Tips
Stock Number: 11624
Fabulous ferny carpet with all new growth tipped bright yellow against the darker mature clubmoss foliage--the fans of growth are wider and slightly more erect initially than those of the very similar 'aurea.'
$4.00
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