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  BOTANICAL NAME COMMON NAME DESCRIPTION
FAGUS FASTIGIATA DAWYCKI
FAGUS FASTIGIATA DAWYCKI Dawyck Purple Beech A purple leaf form of Fastigiate Beech that matures to a slightly smaller height and spread. It holds its purple leaf color well into the summer.
FAGUS SYL. ASPLENIFOLIA
FAGUS SYL. ASPLENIFOLIA Fern Leaf Green Beech Beautiful, broadly oval crown. Gracefully cut leaves turn golden brown in fall.
FAGUS SYL. COPPERTINA
FAGUS SYL. COPPERTINA Coppertina Beech
FAGUS SYL. PENDULA
FAGUS SYL. PENDULA Green Weeping Beech A beautiful weeping form, with each specimen unique in habit. Bronze to russet color in fall.
FAGUS SYL. PURPLE FOUNTAIN
FAGUS SYL. PURPLE FOUNTAIN Weeping Purple Beech Excellent specimen tree with cascading branches and dark, bronze-purple foliage. Leaves emerge purple but slowly change to purple-green by summer and golden bronze in fall.
FAGUS SYL. PURPUREA PENDULA
FAGUS SYL. PURPUREA PENDULA Weeping Purpleleaf European Beech A broad mushroom-shaped, weeping purple-leaved form. Leaves emerge purple but slowly change to purple-green by summer and golden bronze in fall. A slow grower that stays relatively small.
FAGUS SYL. RED OBELISK
FAGUS SYL. RED OBELISK Red Obelisk European Beech A handsome, columnar tree with deep purple, crinkled foliage all season long. Its’ slow growth habit and narrow form makes it ideal for smaller residential landscapes while also adding a striking vertical accent or specimen in most any setting. The smooth silver bark adds attractive winter interest.
FAGUS SYL. RIVERSII
FAGUS SYL. RIVERSII River's European Beech Considered one of the darkest purple-leaved selections. New growth is dark purplish-black, fading slightly to a deep purple in summer.
FAGUS SYL. ROHANII
FAGUS SYL. ROHANII Rohanii European Beech Foliage emerges a beautiful carmine red in the spring and slowly turns to a bronze-red as the season progresses. Excellent specimen tree.
FAGUS SYL. TRI-COLOR
FAGUS SYL. TRI-COLOR Tricolor European Beech A striking tree with purple foliage and irregular cream and rose borders. Three-tone coloration maintained best in part-shade.
FAGUS SYLVATICA
FAGUS SYLVATICA European Beech A slow growing, large shade tree with a broad, pyramidal habit. Distinctive bark is thin, smooth, and gray. Beechnuts ripen in fall and are edible.
FATSIA VARIEGATA
FATSIA VARIEGATA Variegated Japanese Aralia Thick, erect stems support huge dark palmate leaves smudged with cream and light green. Roundish clusters of small cream flowers appear in autumn.
FERN -APPLECORT CREST JAP PAINT
FERN -APPLECORT CREST JAP PAINT Applecourt™ Crested Japanese Painted Fern All of the wonderful, colorful frond characteristics of Japanese Painted fern, but with heavily crested fronds that create a fuller, delicate appearance.
FERN -BRANFORD BEAUTY
FERN -BRANFORD BEAUTY Branford Beauty Fern An exquisite hybrid that creates clumps of upright fronds of shimmering silver on red stalks.
FERN -BRILLIANCE
FERN -BRILLIANCE Brilliance™ Autumn Fern An easy to grow fern which is a great addition to the woodland garden. New fronds emerge a lustrous orange and mature to dark green with an orange cast.
FERN -BURGUNDY LACE
FERN -BURGUNDY LACE Burgundy Lace Painted Fern Silvery fronds, with a dramatic burgundy-purple overtone, add eye-catching color to shady areas of the landscape. Mature foliage is silver-green with purple midribs.
FERN -CHRISTMAS
FERN -CHRISTMAS Christmas Fern A native with dark green fronds that are great for cutting.
FERN -CINNAMON
FERN -CINNAMON Cinnamon Fern The dramatic architectural form and color makes this a striking focal point near the edge of water features. Large 4’ long fronds are blue-green in summer with new growth covered in white hairs. Fertile fronds are a contrasting cinnamon brown.
FERN -DRAGONTAIL
FERN -DRAGONTAIL Dragontail Fern Grows in a compact, upright clump of evergreen foliage. Narrow-lanceolate fronds 6”-12” long, with tapered tips resemble dragon tails. Each frond has glossy, narrow-triangular, irregularly shaped pinnae on the lower half, with the upper half to upper quarter being undivided. A rare plant because it is almost always a sterile plant.
FERN -DRES DAGGER
FERN -DRES DAGGER Athyrium Dre's Dagger Narrow, deep green fronds are criss-crossed, coming to a crested narrow point. Makes a great addition to the woodland garden with a statuesque presentation.
FERN -DYCES HOLLY
FERN -DYCES HOLLY Dyce’s Holly Fern Arching, glossy, dark green fronds emerge from a a center crown forming handsome, deer resistant clumps.
FERN -FRILLY TATTING
FERN -FRILLY TATTING Frilly Tatting Fern Frilly fronds give this fern a delicate appearance. Thrives in heat and humidity in shady areas with moist soil.
FERN -GHOST
FERN -GHOST Ghost Fern Strong, tall growing fern which brings a ghostly gray-green accent color to the garden.
FERN -HIMALAYAN MAIDENHAIR
FERN -HIMALAYAN MAIDENHAIR Himalayan Maidenhair Fern New fronds emerge bright bronze-pink in early spring. Evergreen above 14 deg., this fern has lacy foliage with black stems that can form sizeable colonies by spreading rhizomes.
FERN -JAPANESE PAINTED
FERN -JAPANESE PAINTED Japanese Painted Fern This beautiful oriental fern has subtle shades of green, purple and red on a grey-green background. Strong growing and dependable.
FERN -LADY
FERN -LADY Lady Fern Lacy cut fronds and hardiness make this native fern a great choice for the perennial garden.
FERN -LADY IN RED
FERN -LADY IN RED Lady In Red Lady Fern Sultry red stems, surrounded by lacy green fronds. New fronds arise all season long, providing a fresh appearance.
FERN -LINEARIS
FERN -LINEARIS Linearis Fern Blue to purple fiddleheads emerge from underground rhizomes. The fronds divide repeatedly into pairs. The leaflets are green and linear. This very common, colonial, vining fern has long, tough, wiry, highly branched stems that sprawl across the ground to form dense, tangled, impassable thickets in disturbed areas.
FERN -MAIDENHAIR
FERN -MAIDENHAIR Maidenhair Fern Commonly called northern maidenhair fern, this is a deciduous, clump-forming, native fern that typically grows 1.5 to 2' tall and is most frequently found on rich wooded slopes, ravine bottoms and damp shady woods. Features finely-textured, somewhat frilly fronds with curved stalks and are palmately-divided. Young fiddleheads emerge pink in spring.
FERN -MARSH
FERN -MARSH Marsh Fern A strong preference for swampy habitats makes this a very aptly-named deciduous species. Where space permits, the Marsh Fern is great for roaming around the contours of a pond or wetland where moisture is a necessary ingredient. Fronds of a blush green will reach 18? to 30? when happy and can take over in either sunny or shady settings.
FERN -NORTHERN MAIDENHAIR
FERN -NORTHERN MAIDENHAIR Adiantum Pedatum This five-finger maidenhair has dainty, bright green fronds are held aloft on shiny black stems that create a light, airy texture in the woodland garden. It will spread by shallow rhizomes to form a dense groundcover in rich soil and bright shade. The young fiddleheads emerge pink in spring.
FERN -OSTRICH
FERN -OSTRICH Ostrich Fern Vase-shaped, symmetrical clumps of triangular green fronds with black stems.
FERN -PARSLEY
FERN -PARSLEY Parsley Fern Long tapering fronds have a crinkled appearance. New growth is chartreuse in color and darkens to olive green. Adds great texture to any garden.
FERN -REGAL RED
FERN -REGAL RED Regal Red Fern Striking violet-red fronds contrasted by bright silver edges giving an overall tapestry effect. The fronds work well in cut flower arrangements providing lasting color and soft texture. Great for use in containers and as a houseplant.
FERN -ROBUSTA MALE
FERN -ROBUSTA MALE Robust Male Fern A vigorous native that boasts large, dark green, wavy fronds that billow over one another.
FERN -SENSITIVE
FERN -SENSITIVE Sensitive Fern This plant is so named because the fronds turn an autumnal yellow and die down with the first frost and are hence “sensitive”. A creeper with wavy lobed sterile fronds of a soft green.
FERN -SPLEENWORT
FERN -SPLEENWORT Spleenwort Fern
FERN -TASSEL
FERN -TASSEL Tassel Fern Dark, glossy green, tassel-like fronds. Sensitive to late spring frosts.
FERN -THICK STEMMED WOOD
FERN -THICK STEMMED WOOD Thick Stemmed Wood Fern Huge crown of erect, arching fronds. Makes an excellent focal point in the landscape.
FERN -WILDWOOD TWIST
FERN -WILDWOOD TWIST Twisted Japanese Painted Fern An unusual hybrid, painted in smoky gray and green, standing taller than other Japanese ferns. Mature fronds are slightly twisted.
FICUS BROWN TURKEY
FICUS BROWN TURKEY Brown Turkey Fig Delicious fruit with bronze skin and amber flesh arise all over this cold-tolerant tree! Fruits on new wood, so even after a severe winter, the new branches will bear big loads of delectable fruit.
FORCED BEGONIA GREENLEAF RED
FORCED BEGONIA GREENLEAF RED Greenleaf Red Begonia Red blooms on green foliage all summer and will not fizzle out with the summer heat. Dead-heading is not necessary. Grows best in part to full shade.
FORCED BEGONIA GREENLEAF WHITE
FORCED BEGONIA GREENLEAF WHITE Greenleaf White Begonia White blooms on green foliage all summer and will not fizzle out with the summer heat. Dead-heading is not necessary. Grows best in part to full shade.
FORCED BULB BLUE MUSCARI GRAPE
FORCED BULB BLUE MUSCARI GRAPE Blue Grape Hyacinth Dainty grape-like clusters of deep cobalt-blue bloom profusely in late April to early May and makes a dramatic under-planting for taller bulbs of any color.
FORCED BULB CROCUS - REMEMBRANCE
FORCED BULB CROCUS - REMEMBRANCE Remembrance Crocus Upright, cup-like, violet-purple flowers with a silvery gloss appear in early spring.
FORCED BULB DAFFODIL DUTCH MASTER
FORCED BULB DAFFODIL DUTCH MASTER Dutch Master Daffodil Yellow trumpet daffodil with slightly up facing, showy, large flowers of pure gold. A vigorous grower, it will quickly form sizable clumps.
FORCED BULB DAFFODIL ICE FOLLIES
FORCED BULB DAFFODIL ICE FOLLIES Ice Follies Daffodil The very large, silvery white flowers have a wide lemon-yellow cup that slowly turns to ivory. It is one of the strongest-growing daffodils and great for naturalizing.
FORCED BULB DAFFODIL TETE-A-TETE
FORCED BULB DAFFODIL TETE-A-TETE Tete-a-Tete Daffodil An heirloom daffodil with fragrant, buttercup yellow petals and yellow-orange cups. A prolific bloomer.
FORCED BULB DWARF IRIS HARMONY
FORCED BULB DWARF IRIS HARMONY Harmony Dwarf Iris Royal blue flowers with a white-rimmed gold crest and a sweet fragrance. The narrow, grass-like leaves reach up to 15” after bloom, but eventually disappear by late spring as the plants go dormant.
FORCED BULB HYACINTH BLUE
FORCED BULB HYACINTH BLUE Blue Hyacinth Blue Hyacinth
FORCED BULB HYACINTH PINK
FORCED BULB HYACINTH PINK Pink Hyacinth Pink Hyacinth
FORCED BULB HYACINTH PURPLE
FORCED BULB HYACINTH PURPLE Purple Hyacinth Purple Hyacinth
FORCED BULB HYACINTH WHITE
FORCED BULB HYACINTH WHITE White Hyacinth White Hyacinth
FORCED BULB TULIP PINK
FORCED BULB TULIP PINK Pink Tulip Pink Tulip
FORCED BULB TULIP PURPLE
FORCED BULB TULIP PURPLE Purple Tulip Purple Tulip
FORCED BULB TULIP RED
FORCED BULB TULIP RED Red Tulip Red Tulip
FORCED BULB TULIP RED/WHITE
FORCED BULB TULIP RED/WHITE Red/White Tulip Red/White Tulip
FORCED BULB TULIP RED/YELLOW
FORCED BULB TULIP RED/YELLOW Red/Yellow Tulip Red/Yellow Tulip
FORCED BULB TULIP WHITE
FORCED BULB TULIP WHITE White Tulip White Tulip
FORCED BULB TULIP YELLOW
FORCED BULB TULIP YELLOW Yellow Tulip Yellow Tulip
FORCED HYDRAN. BLUE
FORCED HYDRAN. BLUE Blue Hydrangea Blue Hydrangea
FORCED HYDRAN. PINK
FORCED HYDRAN. PINK Pink Hydrangea Pink Hydrangea
FORCED HYDRAN. WHITE
FORCED HYDRAN. WHITE White Hydrangea White Hydrangea
FORSYTHIA X I. COURTASOL
FORSYTHIA X I. COURTASOL Gold Tide™ Forsythia Heavy blooming dwarf with bright yellow flowers. Well branched and great for masses, or as a groundcover.
FORSYTHIA X I. MAGICAL GOLD
FORSYTHIA X I. MAGICAL GOLD Magical® Gold Forsythia Deep golden yellow and re-blooming, this new forsythia is a cut flower grower’s dream. Long, sturdy, architectural stems with golden blooms are cut and come again! Blooms cover stems from the base of the plant all the way to the tips in April-May and then June-July.
FORSYTHIA X I. NEW HAMPSHIRE GOLD
FORSYTHIA X I. NEW HAMPSHIRE GOLD New Hampshire Gold Forsythia A favorite full sized forsythia that is a finely branched, compact ball of gold. Attractive purple-red fall color. Hybridized by the late Paul Joly of Windsor Road Nursery, NH.
FORSYTHIA X I. SPRING GLORY
FORSYTHIA X I. SPRING GLORY Spring Glory Forsythia Sulfur yellow blooms on a very hardy upright plant.
FORSYTHIA X INTERMEDIA ‘MINDOR’
FORSYTHIA X INTERMEDIA ‘MINDOR’ Color Choice® Show Off® Forsythia Compact and full of blooms from the ground to the tips of every stem. Deer resistant. Excellent for cut displays.
FORSYTHIA X SHOW OFF STARLET
FORSYTHIA X SHOW OFF STARLET Show Off™ Starlet Forsythia The same fabulous flower display you get with Show Off, but in a smaller package. A mass of bright yellow spring flowers from the base to the tip.
FORSYTHIA X SHOW OFF SUGAR BABY
FORSYTHIA X SHOW OFF SUGAR BABY Show Off™ Sugar Baby Forsythia Beautiful yellow flowers cover the branches, from base to tip, in the spring. Tight, compact habit makes this a perfect choice for small spaces.
FOTHERGILLA GARDENII
FOTHERGILLA GARDENII Dwarf Fothergilla White, bottle brush flowers in spring and brilliant fall colors of red, orange and yellow. Small, dense mounded form.
FOTHERGILLA MT. AIRY
FOTHERGILLA MT. AIRY Mount Airy Dwarf Fothergilla Abundant, fragrant, white, bottle brush flowers in spring and the most brilliant red-purple, orange, and yellow fall color. Foliage is dark-green above and bluish-gray underneath forming a consistent upright to rounded shrub. Fragrant, spring flowers, clean summer foliage, outstanding fall color, and branching habit providing texture for winter interest makes this a four season plant.
FOTHERGILLA RED LICORICE Red Licorice Fothergilla Bottlebrush-like white flowers in spring, attractive foliage and brilliant red fall color give this shrub excellent spring to fall interest.\
FRAGARIA TRISTAN
FRAGARIA TRISTAN Tristan Everbearing Strawberry Hot, magenta pink flowers top the attractive dark green foliage. At the same time small, bright red, sugary sweet fruits are being produced. Very compact and produces few to no runners. Excellent in containers!
FUCHSIA DOLLAR PRINCESS
FUCHSIA DOLLAR PRINCESS Dollar Princess Fuchsia Red and purple flowers on arching stems.
FUCHSIA MARINKA
FUCHSIA MARINKA Marinka Fuchsia Red flowers on arching stems with bronze foliage.
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