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General Plant Information

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(Please note that this is NOT a list of our plant material on hand, just plant information)

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False Dragonhead, Vivid
Physostegia virginiana 'Vivid'
This tough perennial has snapdragon-like flowers of bright pink. Blooms July / August. Drought - tolerant.
- pink H x W - 18-24"   N 3G    

False Indigo
Baptisia australis
A native shrubby perennial, False Indigo has purple pea - like flowers in mid summer. Drought - tolerant.
- purple H x W - 3'   N 3G    

False Sunflower
Heliopsis helianthoides 'Summer Sun'
This bright and cheery perennial has yellow sunflower - like flowers during summer. Well - drained soil. Drought - tolerant.
- yellow H x W - 3' x 2'

3G    

Fern, Christmas Pride
Polystichum acrostichoides
Dark-green leaves with a slight shine. Fronds emerge upright  but then take on a flattened, sprawling look.  Best used in the border.
                            N   3G    

Fern, Cinnamon
Osmunda cinnamomea
This beautiful native fern has long green fronds & cinnamon colored new growth. Tolerates flooding. Use in woodland gardens or for wetlands.
  H x W - 3' x 2'     N 3G    

Fern, Japanese Painted
Athyrium nipponicum 'Pictum'
This is one striking fern, with silvery green foliage & reddish midribs. Adds interest to shade gardens or woodland edge.
  H x W - 18 - 24"     3G    

Fern, Eastern
Dryopteris marginalis
This evergreen fern has long leathery fronds & grows in clumps. Neutral to slightly acidic soil & some shade.
  H x W - 2'     N 3G    

Fern, Ostrich
Matteucia struthiopteris
Another native fern, Ostrich Fern has an elegant habit with long medium green, soft - textured fronds.
  H x W - 3'   N 3G    

Fern, Tassel
Polystichum polyblepharum
Tassel Fern has showy dark green fronds.
  H x W - 2'+     3G    

Foamflower, Native
Tiarella cordifolia
A perfect shade groundcover with maple-like foliage and foamy white, lightly fragrant flowers that form in late April and last into June.
- white                       N   3G    

Foamflower, Butterfly Wings
Tiarells 'Butterfly Wings'
This interesting perennial has deeply cut leaves with maroon markings & pale pink flowers held above the foliage.
-pink H x W - 1 -2'   2G    

Forsythia
Forsythia x intermedia

This favorite has pretty yellow flowers in March - April. Withstands pollution and city conditions. Prune after flowering. Can be used as a hedge or en masse. Well - drained soil. pH tolerant.

- yellow H x W - 8'+ x 10'

3G    
5G    

Fothergilla, Mt Airy Dwarf
Fothergilla major 'Mt. Airy'

This superb cultivar has an upright habit to 6' and flowers in abundance. Great orange to burgundy fall color too. Low pH. Well - drained soil.

- white; April H x W - 5 - 6'+ x 3'

N 5G    

Foxglove, Shirley
Digitalis purpurea 'Shirley'

This stately perennials features tall flower spikes of pinks, yellows & white. Great at the back of a mixed border.

- mixed H x W - 4 - 5' 3G    

Fragrant Sumac
Rhus typhina 'Laciniata'
A large, loose multi-stemmed shrub or small tree with dense, hairy panicles that appear in late June.  Bright red, pubescent fruit clusters contrast nicely with the finely cut green foliage in late summer.  Striking red fall color.
- yellow H x W - 15'x15'                    N   5G    

 
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