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Silver sage (Salvia argentea) is a clump-forming biennial or short-lived perennial that is so worth it for the large, wooly, silver foliage.

Salvia Mirage 'Cream' has creamy white flowers with pale pink bases all summer, fragrant foliage and prefers hot dry spots.

Salvia 'Hot Lips' is the number one most popular hummingbird plant that we grow as voted on by the hummingbirds!

Sambucus canadensis 'Nova' is an elderberry with white clusters of flowers followed by dark, delicious berries.

Sambucus canadensis 'York' is a black elderberry with white clusters of flowers followed by dark, edible fruit.

Sambucus nigra Golden Tower is has a columnar form clothed in dissected golden and lime green foliage.

'Haschberg' is a top variety of Sambucus nigra or black elderberry with abundant clusters of large, juicy, flavourful, bluish black berries.

Sambucus racemosa Lemony Lace emerges with red-tinged new growth opening into finely dissected, bright gold foliage.

Sanguinaria canadensis is an elegant woodland plant with pure white, star-like flowers and yellow stamens.

Sanguinaria canadensis 'Flore Pleno' is the exquisite double form of bloodroot with pure white, starry, pompoms in early spring.

Sanguisorba obtusa 'Alba' is an unpretentious beauty with long, curving, pipe cleaner-like blooms that sway above attractive pinnate foliage.

Tall, relatively narrow green pitchers are boldly white around the pitcher opening accented with stunning red veins.

Saururus chinensis has white leaves that subtend white curving pipe cleaner type flowers.

Saxifraga fortunei 'Hi no Mai' has double, magenta to pink flowers in large open panicles. Velvet saxifrages have attractive, thick, mounded foliage.

Saxifraga fortunei 'Iyo Hakusui' has white flowers with slender, long petals arranged in large open panicles. Velvet saxifrages have attractive, thick, mounded foliage.