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old-fashioned spirea

Spiraea × vanhouttei

Old-fashioned spirea is often found in established landscapes around older homes. This handsome arching, loose … Continued

prairie dropseed

Sporobolus heterolepis

2′ narrow-leaved, fragrant native grass. Incredibly attractive in bloom and seed. NATIVE TO THE UPPER … Continued

lamb’s ears

Stachys byzantina

Soft, thick, woolly silver foliage stays low to the ground. 12-15″ flower stalks emerge in … Continued

Stoke’s aster

Stokesia laevis ‘Mels’ Blue’

Native to wetlands, bottomlands, savannas and ditches \ along the coastal plain from North Carolina … Continued

strawberry

'Earli Glow'/'Tri Star'

Glossy red, long-necked fruit, ‘Ozark Beauty’, ‘Tri Star’ and ‘Eversweet’ have a mild, sweet flavor. … Continued

Sungold Cherry

Solanum lycopersicum

Luscious, bite-size golden-yellow fruits are thin-skinned with a juicy flesh that holds its sweet flavor.

Sweet Banana

Capsicum annuum species

Early, heavy producer of light yellow to deep red fruits 8” long by 2” across, … Continued

Sweet Million

Solanum lycopersicum

(FT) High yields, super sweet, excellent disease resistance. Long chains of smooth, dark red, 1 … Continued

sweetleaf

Stevia rebaudiana

Commonly called sweetleaf, this herbal alternative to sugar is up to 300 times sweeter. Use … Continued

magic berry snowberry

Symphoricarpos x doorenbosii 'Magic Berry'

Light pink blooms in summer followed by large, pink fruit on arching stems with dark … Continued

common lilac

Syringa vulgaris

Common lilacs are mid-season bloomers typically flowering in mid-May. Syringa vulgaris ‘Sensation’ sports bicolor blooms of … Continued