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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Sedum hakonense 'Chocolate Ball'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Plants form neat, low mats of needle-like, dark bronze to deep brown foliage similar in form to S. 'Angelina'. Foliage takes on a deep red cast in cool weather. Yellow flowers in late summer contrast beautifully. 


Sedum hispanicum 'Blue Carpet'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Silvery-gray to blue carpet-like foliage creates very low, evergreen mats. Foliage becomes purple tinted in cold weather.


Sedum kamtschaticum
Common Name: Stonecrop

Succulant, deep green spatulatel eaves form attractive rosettes. Yellow blooms age to orange. Foliage turns orange in fall. Deciduous spreading type. Attractive to butterflies. Deer resistant.


Sedum kamtschaticum 'Variegatum'
Common Name: Variegated Stonecrop

Compact plants sport light green and cream succulent foliage tinted with pink. Spatulate leaves form attractive rosettes. Yellow flowers age to orange.


Sedum lineare 'Golden Teardrop'
Common Name: Stonecrop

This is a fast growing deciduous groundcover with pale green to gold, needle-like, succulent foliage and yellow flowers. Attractive to butterflies. Deer resistant. Very strong spreader and also self sows.


Sedum lineare 'Variegatum'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Light green, narrow, succulent leaves have white margins. Unlike most sedum, this one performs much better with some shade. Clusters of yellow flowers in early summer. Attractive to butterflies. Deer resistant.


Sedum makinoi 'Limelight'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Rosettes of round, chartreuse, succulent leaves create a showy, spreading groundcover. Attractive to butterflies. Deer resistant.


Sedum makinoi 'Ogon'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Bright, yellow green, succulent foliage spills and trails nicely in containers or over stones. The rounded leaves form cute rosettes. Small golden-yellow flowers June through August.


Sedum oreganum 'Glaucum'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Brilliant green, shiny, jelly bean like leaves change to deep bronze in winter. White flowers. Evergreen spreading type. 


Sedum requieni
Common Name: Miniature Stonecrop

Tiny green leaves form a tight, evergreen mat less than 1/4" tall.  Minuscule yellow stars appear in summer. Moderate to heavy foot traffic. Space on 4" centers.


Sedum rupestre 'Angelina'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Brilliant, chartreuse to golden-yellow, needle-shaped foliage. Trailing habit. Fantastic orange-gold winter color. Evergreen.


Sedum rupestre 'Blue Spruce'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Excellent blue, short-needled evergreen groundcover. Yellow flowers.


Sedum rupestre 'Variegata'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Mat-forming, blue green, needle-like foliage has bright creamy yellow, pink-tinged growing tips. Yellow flowers in early summer. Evergreen.


Sedum sieboldii
Common Name: October Daphne

Attractive rounded, glaucous blue-green, succulent leaves. Clusters of pink flowers in October. Attractive to butterflies. Deer resistant. Deciduous.


Sedum sieboldii 'Variegata'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Rounded blue-gray leaves with yellow centers. Clusters of pink flowers in October. Deciduous. Attractive to butterflies. Deer resistant. Easy to grow in well-drained, average soil.


Sedum spectabile 'Autumn Charm'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Similar to 'Autumn Joy", but with a lovely creamy margined leaf. Unlike many variegated sedums, this one maintains it variegation from spring to frost. Milky white buds turn creamy pink, opening to bright pink flowers in late summer. Plant patented.


Sedum spectabile 'Autumn Fire'
Common Name: Stonecrop

An improved version of Autumn Joy reputed to hold up better to the elements; it has thicker stems, a tighter growth habit and pink flowers that fade to a brighter red.


Sedum spectabile 'Autumn Joy'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Broad green leaves adorn this fast growing clump former. Clusters of pink flowers fade to rusty red in late fall.


Sedum spectabile 'Carl'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Brilliant rose-pink flowers over greenish-gray succulent foliage. Sturdy, iridescent pink stems echo the flower color in late summer. An upright type it is heavily branched. Deciduous. Attractive to butterflies.


Sedum spectabile 'Class Act'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Compact plants with upright growth habit produce full heads of stunning rose-pink blooms over succulent gray-green foliage. A winner of the Royal Hort. Soc. Award of Garden Merit.


Sedum spectabile 'Frosted Fire'
Common Name: Stonecrop

A variegated sport of ‘Autumn Fire’ this one has creamy white buds that open to bright rosy flowers. Plus a tight habit, strong stems and thick foliage. Leaves are light green with creamy margins and serrated edges.


Sedum spectabile 'Munstead Dark Red'
Common Name: Autumn Stonecrop

Broad, bluish green, succulent leaves adorn this fast growing clump former. Clusters of dark purplish-red blooms appear in late summer, one of the earliest.


Sedum spectabile 'Neon'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Intense deep purplish-pink flowers over succulent, green foliage in early fall. Selected from Sedum 'Brilliant'. It's electric!


Sedum spurium 'Dragon's Blood'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Rounded, succulent burgundy foliage on trailing stems. Foliage tends to turn green during the dummer. Deep crimson flowers June through August. Evergreen groundcover. Attractive to butterflies. Deer resistant.


Sedum spurium 'Fuldaglut'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Bright reddish-orange foliage  is more green in summer. Red to pink flowers. More heat tolerant than 'Dragon's Blood'. Evergreen. Attractive to butterflies. Deer resistant.


Sedum spurium 'John Creech'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Pink to red flowers in June over small, shell-shaped succulent evergreen foliage that takes on a red tint in cool weather. Attractive to butterflies. Deer resistant. Light to moderate foot traffic. Space on 4"-6" centers.


Sedum spurium 'Tricolor'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Attractive mint green and white succulent leaves have pink margins. Pink flowers in summer. Leaves turn red in cold weather. Semi-evergreen. Spreading type. Attractive to butterflies. Deer resistant.


Sedum spurium 'Voodoo'
Common Name: Stoncrop

Red tinted green, succulent foliage is accented by neon rose flowers in summer. Foliage take on an intense deep red color in winter. Award winner. Attractive to butterflies. Deer resistant. This is one of Sandy's favorites!


Sedum stefco
Common Name: Blushing Stonecrop

Tiny, plump, succulent, chartreuse to blue-green and pinkish leaves hug deep red, creeping stems. The jellybean leaves turn scarlet red in winter. White blooms in mid to late summer. Works nicely between stepping stones, as a groundcover or in containers. Evergreen. Light foot traffic.


Sedum telephium 'Dark Magic'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Short upright plants with shiny, dark mahogany leaves produce dark pink flowers on multiple crowns in late summer and fall.  Plants have been disease free and long lived. Plant patented.


Sedum ternatum
Common Name: Stonecrop

Flat, rounded, succulent green leaves turn reddish bronze in fall. Woodland natives, these spreaders make good groundcovers in lightly shaded, moist areas, but will tolerate some sun. Tiny, star-like white blooms appear in spring. Native.


Sedum tetractinum
Common Name: Stonecrop

Succulent plants with rounded burgundy-green leaves are topped with yellow star-like blooms in summer. Fantastic fall color. Burgundy color intensifies as weather cools. Evergreen. One of Sandy's favorites!


Sedum x 'Cherry Tart'
Common Name: Stonecrop

This groundcover variety has rounded green leaves that are painted a deep red color that holds from spring through fall. It forms a compact mound that has large clusters of pink blooms in August and September. Attractive to butterflies and pollinators. Deciduous. Plant patented.


Sedum x 'Dazzleberry'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Compact mound of smoky, blue-gray foliage produce large raspberry pink flowerheads for weeks in late summer. Much showier than S. 'Rosy Glow'! Deciduous. Plant patented.


Sedum x 'Firecracker'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Shiny, cherry red, waxy foliage forms compact clumps that produce clusters of pink blooms in late summer. An improvement over Cherry Tart, it holds its shape and does not flop open in midsummer. Great in containers. Deciduous. Plant patent applied for.


Sedum x 'Lime Twister'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Compact, wide-spreading succulent plants have dark lime green leaves with bright creamy yellow margins.  They are topped by clear pink flower clusters in late summer. Semi-evergreen. Plant Patented.


Sedum x 'Lime Zinger'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Pretty lime green leaves are crisply outlined in red.  Hot pink blooms last for weeks in late summer to fall. Nice for containers or the front of the border. Deciduous. Plant patented.


Sedum x 'Plum Dazzled'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Dark plum-purple leaves are much darker than 'Dazzleberry' and it blooms 2 to 3 weeks later. Compact, well branched mounds are colorful all season long, Rose pink blooms are held atop the dark foliage. Plant patent applied for.


Sedum x 'Purple Emperor'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Dark purple-red, succulent foliage sports dusty red flowers in summer. Does not flop and is reputed to be an improved form of  Sedum 'Matrona'.


Sedum x 'Thunderhead'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Large heads of deep pink blooms that age to read are borne on red stens to form clouds above dark, gray-green foliage. Stout stems are very upright holding the flowers at perfect mid-border height. Heat tolerant and well-adapted for southern gardens. Plant patented.


Sedum x 'Wildfire'
Common Name: Stonecrop

Lovely red variegated leaves are intense red with lighter red leaf margins. Red flowers in late summer. Fast branching plants are great in garden or in containers. Part of the Sunsparkler® Series.


Sedum (x Sedoro) 'Blue Elf'
Common Name: Stonecrop

A cross between Sedum and Orostachys genera, the succulent blue-gray foliage has a pink tint and its flowers are pink like its Sedum parent. Plants are short and wide, making a great drought resistant groundcover. SunSparkler® Series.


Selaginella kraussiana 'Aurea'
Common Name: Golden Clubmoss

Chartreuse colored foliage forms a nice low, mossy groundcover. Excellent for brightening up dark, shady, moist but well-drained areas of the garden. Deciduous. Deer resistant.


Selaginella uncinata
Common Name: Rainbow Moss

Semi-evergreen, spreading mat of metallic blue, almost irridescent, foliage. Best color in shade & on new growth in spring. Fronds that come in contact with moist soil will root easily. Sometimes called "Peacock Moss".


Selaginella uncinata
Common Name: Peacock Moss

See Rainbow Moss


Sempervivum 'Black'
Common Name: Hens and Chicks

Large, flattish rosettes of bright green tongue-like leaves are heavily overlaid with dark purple to black on their outer 2/3's. Very distinctive! After flowering, the mother plant (hen) dies to make room for the offsets (chicks). Deer resistant.


Sempervivum 'Clipper'
Common Name: Hens & Chicks

Succulent gray-green leaves are slender and pointed, heavily stained with red. Chicks appear on bright red stolons. After flowering, the mother plant (hen) dies to make room for the offsets (chicks). Deer resistant.


Sempervivum 'Emerald Empress'
Common Name: Hens & Chicks

Rosettes have flattish, gray-green leaves tinged with red surrounding center leaves that look like miniature cabbages. After flowering, the mother plant (hen) dies to make room for the offsets (chicks). Deer resistant.


Sempervivum 'Kalinda'
Common Name: Hens and Chicks

Large rosettes of sharp tipped, succulent green leaves with deep red centers.  After flowering, the mother plant (hen) dies to make room for the offsets (chicks).


Sempervivum 'Mixed varieties'
Common Name: Hens & Chicks
Mixed varieties. Rosettes of fleshy leaves. Colors range from green to maroon to red. Grow in poor to moderately fertile, sharply drained soil. After flowering, the mother plant (hen) dies to make room for the offsets (chicks). Deer resistant.

 
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