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Thank you for finding Fieldstone Gardens! We are a retail / mail order nursery offering more than 2000 varieties of hardy perennials. We carry exceptional choices for shade, sun, rock gardens and ground covers as well as new introductions, unusual, and hard to find varieties.

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Your Maine source for hardy perennials!
SANGUINARIA (Bloodroot)

Sanguinaria canadensis
SAN100
$8.85 Excellent for naturalizing in woodland areas and is most attractive in masses. The name is derived from the red sap in roots and stems. A lovely pure white flower appears in April and May.

SANGUISORBA (Great Burnet)
A small genus of perennials known for their bottle-brush flowers in late summer/fall and handsome foliage. Vigorous growing, needing only full sun and moist soil. Zone 4-8.

Sanguisorba canadensis
SAO020
$14.85 A nice perennial for late summer color. Easy to grow in sun or partial shade. Attractive foliage, numerous whiteflower spikes that resemble a bottle brush. 3-6'.

Sanguisorba officinalis 'Arnhem'
SAO130
$11.85 Wiry, branched flower stalks w/ deep rose pink, drumstick flowers; up to 6'; Z 4-8

Sanguisorba officinalis 'Blackthorn'
SAO135
$11.85 Wiry, branched flower stalks w/ dark red to black purple drumstick flowers; up to 3'; Z 4-8

Sanguisorba officinalis 'Little Angel'
SAO155
$12.85 Lacy green foliage bearing bottle brush spikes of deep maroon. 12-24"". Z4-8.

Sanguisorba officinalis 'Pink Tanna'
SAO160
$8.85 Dark rose flowers on short narrow spikes. Full sun to part shade and moist soil. 3'.

Sanguisorba officinalis 'Tanna'
SAO170
$8.85 Multitudes of flower spikes leading to deep red bottle brush blooms over fine full lush foliage. Puts on a fine show from late summer into fall. Very valuable and impressive late season plant. 36"".

Sanguisorba tenuifolia alba
SAO180
$10.85 Saw-toothed finely divided leaves. Clump-forming mound lays the foundation for slim, fluffy white, drooping blooms. These elegant cylindrical flowers abundantly borne on tall branching stems well above the vigorous greenery look like luminous catkins caughgt in a rain shower. September–October. 4–5'. Zone 4.

Sanguisorba tenuifolia 'Pink Elephant'
SAO190
$9.85 Lovely newish selection with comparatively tall spikes of deep pinky rose flowers from summer onwards. Sunny open spot. 4'.

Scilla siberica
SCL100
$8.85 Spring-flowering bulb. Blue flowers with blue pollen. 6"". Goes dormant in the summer so it can be planted in lawns. Will naturalize and is transplanted easily.

SEDUM (Stonecrop)
Interesting fleshy leaved plants that are known for easy care. Small varieties are ideal for the rock garden. Taller varieties for the perennial border. Full sun, very well-drained soil. Will tolerate a very dry location. Practically indestructible. Zones 3-9.

Sedum 'Bertram Anderson'
SED080
$8.85 A very nice sedum. The foliage is somewhat smaller and plant appearance is more delicate. Dark pink to red flowers in late summer to early fall. 6-10"".

Sedum 'Fire Cracker'
SED115
$10.85 Burgundy red foliage, vibrant pink flowers. Vigorous groundcover. Supresses weeds. 6"". Z4-9.

Sedum rupestre 'Angelina'
SED293
$8.85 Clusters of yellow starry flowers appear during the summer. When planted in containers or on a wall this develops a beautiful cascading habit. Plants may be pruned back at any time if they get too large. Foliage sometimes develops beautiful amber tones in the autumn and winter. 4-6"". Zones 3-9.

Sedum sieboldii 'Medio-Variegatum'
SED310
$8.85 A low growing sedum, mound shaped with arching stems. Cream and white variegated foliage. light pink flowers in late summer. 6-8"".

Sedum sieboldii 'Neon'
SED330
$8.85 Electric, intense deep purplish-pink thick flower clusters in early fall. 15"". Zones 3-8.

Sedum spectabile 'Carmen'
SED460
$8.85 Carmen pink flowers. 18-24"". Thrives in southern climates.

Sedum spectabile 'Elsie's Gold'
SED470
$14.85 Yellow green foliage variegated foliage fades to cream by autumn. Very saturated bright pink flowers in autumn. 12-18"" Full sun. Zones 3-9.

Sedum spectabile 'Iceberg'
SED480
$8.85 Fine soft green foliage with icy white flower clusters in fall. A soothing tone and full late season presence. Upright, easy care and reliable. 16"".

Sedum spectabile 'Mars'
SED490
$12.85 Green foliage. Dry soil. Full sun. Blooms late August. Upright grower. 12-18"". Zone 4.

Sedum spectabile 'Meteor'
SED500
$8.85 Interesting silver-green foliage is attractive all season. Early fall brings pink flowers. Grows very well in the south. 18"".

Sedum spectabile 'Pink Bomb'
SED510
$14.85 Compact dwarf form with bright pink flowers. Excelent for container growth. Full sun 10-12"". Zone 3-9.

Sedum spectabile 'Star Dust'
SED540
$8.85 Pale silver-pink flowers on long stems in August through September. 12-18"".

Sedum spectabile 'Steven Ward'
SED545
$8.85 Lavender-pink flowers in late summer through fall. Full sun in any well-drained soil. 18-20"".

Sedum spurium 'Dragons Blood'
SED620
$8.85 Good ground cover in hot, dry areas. Dark bronze foliage. bright crimson flowers in August and September. 3-4"".

Sedum takesimense 'Atlantis'
SED705
$13.85 Dark green serrated leaves w/ pink blush tones in fall;

Sedum telephium var. borderi
SED720
$8.85 Excellent Sedum with pinkish-purple flowers and jagged foliage. Flowers in late summer. 10-12"". Full sun.

Sedum telephium 'Clown'
SED730
$8.85 This is a nice new cultivar! White flowers in September. Yellow variegated foliage. Full sun. 12-24"".

Sedum telephium 'Indian Chief'
SED770
$8.85 bright coppery red flowers. Gray-green foliage. Compact upright growth habit. August-September. 15"".

Sedum telephium 'Munstead Dark Red'
SED790
$8.85 Reddish-bronze foliage with dark red flowers. Late summer-fall. 15"". Zones 3-9.

Sedum telephium 'Rosy Glow'
SED810
$8.85 Rich ruby-red flowers in late summer. Purple-gray foliage. Great for drying. 8-10"".

Sedum x `Abbey Dore'
SED835
$10.85 Blue-green foliage. Red buds open to bright pink flowers. 16"". Zone 4.

Sedum x 'Autumn Charm'
SED845
$12.85 Low growing sedum reaching a maximum of 1'. Green foliage is edged in creamy white. White flowers appear late summer and morph through pinnk to a dark reddish brown. Full sun. Zones 4-8.

Sedum x 'Autumn Delight' (SYN: 'Beka')
SED847
$12.85 Chartreuse foliage edged in blue green. White buds open to red flowers in the late summer. Flowers age to a dull bronze through the fall. 15"". Zones 3-7.

Sedum x 'Autumn Fire'
SED850
$8.85 An improved Sedum 'Autumn Joy' with a thicker more consistant form and longer lasting fall blooms. Great for drying. 24"". Zones 3-7.

Sedum x 'Autumn Joy'
SED860
$8.85 Large plate-like flower heads are very attractive to butterflies. Blossoms are light pink and start in September and turn dark rose in late fall. 18-24"". Does well in southern gardens.

Sedum x 'Cherry Tart'
SED864
$12.85 Brilliant pink 5"" blooms. Cherry red leaves. 4-6"". Z4-9.

Sedum x 'Carl'
SED865
$8.85 Large bright pink flowers bloom late summer through fall. Greenish gray foliage. Compact plant. Full sun and well drained soil. 16-20"".

Sedum x 'Frosty Morn'
SED870
$8.85 This dazzling sedum was imported from Japan by plant explorer Barry Yinger. Highlighted by a wide white border around each leaf. In cool climates light pink flowers emerge. In warmer climates white flowers emerge! 1'.

Sedum x 'Jade Tuffet'
SED873
$8.85 Low growing compact clump. Green leaves, red stem and pink flowers. 14"". Z4-9.

Sedum x 'Jaws'
SED875
$12.85 Distinctive serrated edged pale fleshy green foliage resembling the open jaws of a shark. bright pink flowers. Sunny open spot. 15"".

Sedum x 'John Creech'
SED880
$8.85 A very low growing ground cover. 2"" pink blooms in June. Great for rock gardens or hill gardens. 4-8"".

Sedum x 'Lajos'
SED882
$12.85 Low growing sedum reaching a maximum of 1'-1'. Green foliage is edged in creamy white. White flowers appear late summer and morph through pinnk to a dark reddish brown. Full sun. Zones 4-8.

Sedum x 'Purple Dazzled'
SED907
$12.85 Compact plants w/ deep, dark purple foliage topped w/ rose pink flowers in late summer; 6-8"", Z 4-9; full sun & well-drained soil

Sedum x 'Pure Joy'
SED908
$16.85 Semi-upright clump of light green foliage which becomes completely covered by a dome of bubblegum pink flowers. Perfect for edging and rock gardens.

Sedum x 'Sublime'
SED915
$16.85 Sturdy and upright with glossy green leaves which develop a bronze edge in late summer to fall. light pink flowers deepen in color as the season cools off. Low matinence, 18"".

Sedum x 'Sunset Cloud'
SED921
$11.85 Purple foliage, Red blooms. 6""-8"", late summer-early fall.

Sedum x 'T-Rex'
SED923
$12.85 This tall sedum is extremely rigid and upright and will never droop. The creamy flower buds upen up to a light rose-pink flower. 2'. Zone 3-9.

Sedum x 'Thunder Cloud'
SED925
$9.85 Perfectly packed mound for the foreground. New perennial introduction has perfect form. The most geometric low growing sedum yet.

Sedum x 'Vera Jameson'
SED930
$8.85 Very attractive purple-red foliage. Flat heads of rosy flowers in late summer. Provides interest all season! 12"". Zones 3-7.

SEMPERVIVUM (Hens & Chicks)
Thick, fleshy leaves that form attractive rosettes. They should have good drainage and full sun. Does well in warmer climates. Ideal for rock gardens, containers. Zones 3-7.

Sempervivum 'Emerald Empress'
SEM075
$8.85 light green fleshy plant. Blooms late summer. Great for rock gardens. Full sun with well drained soil. 4-6"". Zones 3-7.

Sempervivum assorted
SEM500
$8.85 Hens and Chicks need full sun and good drainage. Use on walls and paths, rock gardens, edging, strawberry jars and more. Small succulents in a range of colors, purples, reds, bronze, minty green and silvery arranged in neat rosettes. Zones 3-8.

SOLIDAGO (Goldenrod)
Goldenrod is the #1 cut flower in Europe, but native to the U.S.! (Goldenrod does NOT cause hayfever.)

STACHYS (Lamb's Ear)
Wonderful plants that have opposite leaves and blue to purple flowers. Most do well in a well-drained soil in partial shade to full sun.

Stachys byzantina 'Countess Helen von Stein'
STA130
$8.85 (Syn: S.`Big Ears') A strong growing and vigorous Stachys with huge fuzzy silver leaves. Outstanding contrast plant. Occasional small magenta flowers in June. Good plant in hot, humid weather. Best in moist well-drained soil. 24"" with flowers.

Stachys densiflora 'Alba'
STA280
$8.85 Small, deeply veined leathery green leaves forming a dense mat covered with stalks of white flowers in May-June. 18"". Zone 4.

Stachys monieri 'Rosea'
STA380
$8.85 Rose-red flowers in August. Fresh green foliage and a rapid grower. Nice moist soil is best for this plant. 24-28"".

Stachys officinalis 'Alba'
STA420
$8.85 Heavy textured foliage with upright stalks of white flowers. June to August, 20"". Zones 4-8.

Stachys officinalis 'Nana'
STA425
$9.85 A very dwarf variety of Betony, growing just 3-6”. Produces globes of rose-pink flowers.

Stachys officinalis 'Pink Cotton Candy'
STA430
$10.85 A soft shade of pink cotton candy blooms early to mid- summer. 24"". Full sun to part shade.
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