Perennial Catalog

for Sandy's Plants, Inc.

Please Note:  We do not do mail order or ship plants retail.  Retail sales are only here at the nursery.

Our catalog, arranged by botanical names, contains descriptions and cultural information about each of the 1600+ varieties that we grow. This information is based on our experience in growing these plants (in Zone 7), as well as the experiences of our customers. Sandy personally trials many of our selections in her display gardens. When we add a new variety, we provide the best information that we can find on that plant at the time. In addition to individual entries we also provide quick reference lists of plants for particular conditions or purposes, such as clay soil, long bloomtime, groundcovers, coastal sites, deer resistance, etc. Because we grow a large number of Hosta, ferns, and daylilies we have quick reference charts to help you choose the size, color or other characteristics of these plants.  You can access these lists and charts by clicking on the Plant Solutions tab above.

We produce a yearly print catalog that is available by mail. (If you are a currently active wholesale customer, you will automatically receive one when they are published.) Although the print catalog does not contain photos, it is a valuable reference for anyone growing perennial plants in this area. The catalog is $4.00 if purchased at the nursery. We will be happy to mail a copy for $6.00 (includes postage), select Contact Us and request a catalog.

Although we do not sell online, our catalog below will allow you to create a Shopping List of the plants you are interested in purchasing.  You will be able to print this list to take with you to your local garden center or to our nursery.

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Botanical Name     Common Name
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Hemerocallis 'Ruby Stella'
Common Name: Daylily

3" Ruby-red flowers that are touted as being as long blooming as 'Stella d'Oro'. Fragrant. Early. Rebloomer.


Hemerocallis 'Scottish Fantasy'
Common Name: Daylily

5.5" blooms are coral pink with crisply ruffled petal edges and yellow green throats. The fragrant flowers are produced on sturdy, well-branched stems loaded with as many as twenty buds each. Tetraploid. Semi-evergreen. Midseason. Rebloomer.


Hemerocallis 'Sorcerer's Masquerade'
Common Name: Daylily

8" crispate bloom is dark burgundy with faintly darker eye and large yellow star throat with green at the center. Slightly paler petal and tepal edges are lightly ruffled. In cooler temperatures the petals are gray-purple with burgundy eyezone.


Hemerocallis 'Sound of My Heart'
Common Name: Daylily

5" pastel pink blooms have wide wine-purple eyes and picotee petal edges. Yellow green throat. Ruffled petal edges. Blooms open wide for great show. Early. Rebloomer. Prefer full sun to part shade and moist, well-drained soil. 


Hemerocallis 'South Seas'
Common Name: Daylily

5.5" Fragrant, tangerine-coral blooms with coral-red band. Heat and humidty tolerant. Tetraploid. Extended bloom. Midseason. Rebloomer.


Hemerocallis 'Spacecoast Behavior Pattern'
Common Name: Daylily

6" unusual bloom is cream with a purple eye-zone, yellow green star-shaped throat, and piecrust purple picotee edges. Tetraploid. Early. Rebloomer.


Hemerocallis 'Spider Man'
Common Name: Daylily

6"-7" star-shaped bloom is crimson red with a golden throat and lightly ruffled petal edges. A heavy bloomer that puts on an eye-catching show. Award Winner. Tetraploid. Early midseason. Rebloomer.


Hemerocallis 'Stella de Oro'
Common Name: Daylily

2.5" golden-yellow blooms. A reliable repeat blooming dwarf. Extended bloom life. Fragrant. Early season. Rebloomer. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds.


Hemerocallis 'Storm of the Century'
Common Name: Daylily

6” ruffled bloom is deep burgundy purple with a golden edge and a yellow and green throat. Midseason. Rebloomer.


Hemerocallis 'Strawberry Candy'
Common Name: Daylily

4.25" peach-pink flowers with red-tinted edges, a strawberry-red eye zone, and yellow throat. Ruffled edges on reflexed petals. Stout Medal Award Winner. Extended bloom life. Heat and humidity tolerant. Tetraploid. Early to Midseason. Rebloomer.


Hemerocallis 'Strutter's Ball'
Common Name: Daylily

6" Clear rich purple blooms with chartreuse throats, white watermarks and gently ruffled petals are held nicely above foliage. Very lightly fragrant. Tetraploid. Extended bloom.


Hemerocallis 'Sunday Gloves'
Common Name: Daylily

5" highly fragrant near white bloom with gently ruffled petals, a pale yellow eye, and tiny celery green throat is one of the best. Vigorous plants. Fragrant. Extended bloom. Early-Mid. Rebloomer.


Hemerocallis 'Tequila and Lime'
Common Name: Daylily

Broad, reflexed petals are lemon yellow with an apricot blush. Petal edges are nicely ruffled. Apple green throat. Light fragrance. Mid-late season. Rebloomer.


Hemerocallis 'Tiger Swirl'
Common Name: Daylily

6.5" golden yellow blooms have large, bright red eye zones and yellow green centers. Its unusual form is wide open with gently twisted petals that are slightly pinched. Fragrant, tetraploid. Midseason. Very showy! Proven WinnerTM Selection.


Hemerocallis 'Tuscawilla Tigress'
Common Name: Daylily

Huge 7" bright orange blooms with soft orange rays and darker orange eyes light up the garden. Hardy and vigorous, heat tolerant, and pest resistant! Tetraploid. Early-Mid. Rebloomer. Semi-evergreen.


Hemerocallis 'VT Spirit'
Common Name: Daylily

5.5" bloom is burnt orange with a maroon eye and ruffled burgundy edges. Bloom opens very wide. Unusual triploid. Early season. Extended bloom. Rebloom.


Hemerocallis 'Warm Heart'
Common Name: Daylily

Luscious red-orange, 5" blooms that have small yellow to chartreuse centers are very pretty with ruffled petals and recurved tepals. Lightly fragrant. Very Early. Rebloomer.


Hemerocallis 'When My Sweetheart Returns'
Common Name: Daylily

4" blooms of buttercream yellow to peachy cream have large rosy pink eye zones and nicely ruffled petal edges. Compact plants produce numerous scapes to bloom almost continuously from June to frost. REBLOOMER. Plant patented.


Hemerocallis 'Wineberry Candy'
Common Name: Daylily

5" peach-pink blooms with a dark purple eyezone and green throat. Award winner. Extended bloom life. Fragrant. Tetraploid. Heat and humidity tolerant. Early to Midseason. Rebloomer.


Hemerocallis fulva
Common Name: Daylily (Old-fashioned)

4.5" Orange to rust colored blooms have a yellow throat and lighter midribs. Common roadside daylily. Spreads quickly. Midseason.


Hepatica acutiloba
Common Name: Sharp-lobed Hepatica

This charmer has light blue to lavender, occasionally white, 1/2” anemone-like blooms that arise on single stems 4”-8” tall before the new foliage emerges in early spring. The interesting dark green stemless leaves up to 3" wide are 3-lobed. New leaves open after the flowers open in early spring. A woodland plant for early spring color. Leaves turn liver-colored in winter, remaining until the plants start to set fruit. May self sow where happy. Native.


Herniaria glabra
Common Name: Rupturewort (Green Carpet)

Evergreen carpeter with tiny leaves that turn bronze in winter. Self sows. Makes a good ground cover in place of grass in sunny areas. Tolerates heavy foot traffic. Space on 6"-10" centers.


Hesperis matronalis
Common Name: Dame's Rocket

Showy purple flowers over large green leaves. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Great fall color. Drought tolerant once established. A biennial that self-sows readily. Can be INVASIVE!


Hesperis matronalis 'Alba'
Common Name: Dame's Rocket

Showy white flowers over large green leaves. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Great fall color. Drought tolerant once established. A biennial that self seeds readily. Can be INVASIVE!


Heuchera americana 'Green Spice'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Broad green leaves with a silver overlay and purplish-red veining. Very attractive! Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant.


Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Sprays of white flowers over wrinkled, deep purple foliage that fades to bronzy green in heat. 1991 Perennial of the Year. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant.  Native cultivar.


Heuchera micrantha x villosa 'Fire Alarm'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Leathery, deep red leaves on low spreading plants are as red as they get. Color varies through the season, sometimes being more orange red, sometimes more bronze. White blooms on red stems in summer. A Heuchera villosa cross, it stands up to southern heat and humidity.


Heuchera sanguinea 'Ruby Bells'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Deep ruby red bells appear in early summer on slender stems reaching above mounds of compact green foliage. Excellent for cutting!


Heuchera sanguinea 'Snow Angel'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Brightly variegated, creamy-white and green leaves make the perfect backdrop for the medium pink flowers. The foliage takes on salmon-pink overtones in cold weather. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds.


Heuchera villosa 'Apricot'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Pretty apricot orange to pink leaves deepen to burnt orange as the season progresses. Stems of long-lasting, rosy pink blooms stand above the pretty mounds of foliage in late spring and early summer. Plant patented.


Heuchera villosa 'Autumn Bride'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Fountains of white to ivory flowers above fuzzy chartreuse to lime-green foliage. Nice fall color. One of the best varieties for the South. Native. Self-sows.


Heuchera x 'Blondie'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Another Little CutieTM, this one has caramel colored leaves that become burnished red when the weather cools. Long stems of yellow blooms are produced all season long. Perfect for containers! Plant patented.


Heuchera x 'Coco'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Deep dark chocolate colored leaves adorn this miniature that produces pretty spikes of pink blooms from spring through fall. Much smaller than ‘Blackout’, it is a perfect size for mixed containers, rock gardens, or border edging. It is drought tolerant and good for southern gardens.


Heuchera x 'Happy Flames'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Compact plants have gently ruffled, yellow-green leaves and darker orange veins. In fall they are heavily overlaid with orange. White blooms on 18" stems. Nice in containers.


Heuchera x 'Midnight Rose'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Wow! Leaves emerge in spring with hot pink polka dots on burnished maroon-black leaves. Dots lighten to cream and pink as the season progresses. A totally cool look! Plant Patented.


Heuchera x 'Obsidian'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Exceptional! Near black, shiny smooth leaves have just a hint of maroon. Great for accenting bright foliage plants like Lysimachia numm. 'Aurea'. Greenish-white flowers. Plant Patented. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds.


Heuchera x 'Orange Dream'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Huge leaves are shades of bright orange with pink overtones. Color intensifies with age. Wiry stems of creamy white blooms appear early summer through fall. Very eye-catching! Plant patent applied for.


Heuchera x 'Paris'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Pretty mounds of green-veined, silvery green leaves are topped by stems of tiny, bright pink bell flowers for much of the summer. Good for cutting, they will readily rebloom. A good performer in heat and humidity. Plant patented.


Heuchera x 'Sweet Tart'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Lime-green leaves have a faint silver overlay. One of the "Little Cutie" series, these miniature plants form tight mounds that are topped by bicolored cerise and pale pink blooms on dark stems all season long. Tolerates a bit of sun. Plant patented.


Heuchera x americana 'Peppermint Spice'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Broad green leaves with a silver overlay and purplish-red veining. Similar to Green Spice, but with lovely rose pink flowers and a slightly more compact habit. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant. Plant patented.


Heuchera x brizoides 'Plum Pudding'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Foliage is shimmering plum-purple with silver veining. Plants have a tight habit. Light green to white flowers. Excellent companion for variegated, silver, and golden plants. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant.


Heuchera x villosa 'Berry Smoothie'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Big rose pink leaves in spring darken to plum purple as the season progresses. Creamy white blooms in late spring. Very heat and humidity tolerant. Villosa / americana hybrid. Plant patented.


Heuchera x villosa 'Birkin'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Beautiful light green, gently ruffled leaves have bright green edges, a rosy blush and red veins. Its creamy little bell blooms in summer attract pollinators. This rare variety is evergreen and heat and humidity tolerant. 


Heuchera x villosa 'Blackout'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Nearly charcoal-black, shiny leaves with maroon undersides maintain their dark color most of the year. Creamy blooms appear June to July above the compact mounds of round-lobed leaves. A slow but strong grower. Plant Patented.


Heuchera x villosa 'Bronze Wave'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Vigorous clumps of large, hairy, purple-bronze leaves (8" wide"), which have a very shiny appearance and a wavy margin. Three foot spikes of small creamy flowers appear in September and October. Native.


Heuchera x villosa 'Caramel'
Common Name: Coral Bells

A wonderful heuchera for hot, humid climates. Its caramel-orange glow, soft texture, mounding form and rugged nature make it a must-have for southern gardens. Delicate 18" sprays of pinkish white flowers appear in mid to late summer. Plant Patented.


Heuchera x villosa 'Citronelle'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Wonderful citrus green to chartreuse leaves; creamy white blooms in late summer. Another great new introduction having the hardy H. villosa in its heritage, it is both heat and drought tolerant. A Sandy's Favorite! Plant patented.


Heuchera x villosa 'Electric Lime'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Same habit and huge leaves as 'Southern Comfort' in a chartreuse lime green. Red veins in cool weather and attractive stems of densely packed white blooms. Very heat and humidity tolerant. Villosa / americana hybrid. Plant patented.


Heuchera x villosa 'Forever Purple'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Purple leaves with darker veins are very glossy and sport fluted edges. Vigorous plants produce short spikes of purple-pink blooms in summer. Leaves maintain good purple color all year. Plant patented.


Heuchera x villosa 'Frosted Violet'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Velvety purple leaves with a touch of silver and darker veins are topped with spikes of pale pink flowers. This variety is extra vigorous as it has our native H. villosa as a parent! Plant Patented. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds.


 
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