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Salvia forsskaolei Salvia forsskaolei 

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Bright mauve-blue flowers with distinctive white eyes are produced in profusion in the summer and early autumn. This semi-evergreen, bushy perennial is an excellent choice for planting at the edge of a pond, steam, or in the light shade of a woodland garden. Height and spread to 3 feet. 
Salvia lyrata Salvia lyrata 

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This perennial wildflower has green leaves with a wine-purple blotch on the midrib and bears two-lipped lavendar-blue flowers in spring. 
Sanguisorba minor Sanguisorba minor 

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This herbaceous perennial has pinnate green leaves and bears small pinkish flowers in erect ovoid spikes in summer. Height to 2 feet. 
Satureja montana Satureja montana 

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This evergreen perennial subshrub has opposite, leathery dark green leaves and bears spikes of many small, pale lavendar, pink or white flowers in the summer. Height to 40 cm; spread 20 cm. Grow in an herb garden as an edging plant; winter savory complements beans and meats and has various culinary... 
Scabiosa columbaria 'Nana' Scabiosa columbaria 'Nana' 

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This perennial has finely divided gray-green leaves and bears solitary blue-lilac flowerheads from summer through fall. Height and spread 10 inches. Attractive to butterflies. 
Scabiosa japonica Scabiosa japonica 

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This clump forming biennial or short-lived perennial has lance shaped grey-green leaves reaching 70 cm and spreading to 30 cm. It will bear showy lilac blue flower heads, 3" across, in mid-late summer. 
Scabiosa sp. Scabiosa sp. 

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This clump forming perennial has lance shaped grey-green leaves and bears solitary pale blue flower heads, 3" across, in mid-late summer. 
Selinum carvifolia Selinum carvifolia 

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This clump-forming, tap-rooted perennial has finely-divided pinnate leaves on erect stems and bears tiny star-shaped white flowers in terminal umbels from mid-summer through fall. Height spread 3-1/2 feet. Suits a wilder garden and mixes well with ornamental grasses. Attracts bees and butterflies. 
Silene coronaria Silene coronaria 

  Syn. Agrostemma coronaria
  Syn. Lychnis coronaria
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Rose Campion makes an attractive accent in any garden. This erect, wooly silver-gray plant produces a succession of long-stalked purple-red flowers from late spring through the summer and into the early autumn. This biennial reseeds itself reliably, and may survive as a short-lived perennial.... 
Silene coronaria 'Alba' Silene coronaria 'Alba' 

  Syn. Agrostemma coronaria
  Syn. Lychnis coronaria
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This white form of Rose Campion comes reliably true from seed and makes an attractive accent in any garden. This erect, wooly silver-gray plant produces a succession of long-stalked white flowers from late spring through the summer and into the early autumn. This biennial reseeds itself reliably,... 
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