Fagus sylvatica 'Black Swan' - weeping copper beach Fagus sylvatica 'Black Swan' - weeping copper beach
Beech is a reliable and hardy tree of our climate. On the market today there are many wild forms and hybridized varieties as well as selections that can satisfy the taste of almost everyone. They can offer various colours of foliage, and sizes from dwarf to extra large. Just a note …
Festuca cinerea - Blue Fescue Festuca cinerea - Blue Fescue
Striking ornamental forms grassy, tuft-like clumps 8 across, 8-12 high. Powder Blue Festucas foliage accents paths, rock gardens, beds and needs watering only during drought. Attractive white plumes appear in midsummer. Hardy plants multiply rapidly. Plant 8 apart. Shipped in 3 pot …
Amazon.com | 04.06. 2007
Festuca gautieri - bearskin fescue Festuca gautieri - bearskin fescue
Bearskin fescue or spiky fescue is a lovely perennial with bright green, narrowly linear, inward inrolled leaves that look spiky but are very soft and nice to touch indeed. The plant naturally forms small mounds and spreads very slowly. Its name bearskin fescue may sound just right …
Festuca flauca - Blue Fescue Grass Festuca glauca - Blue Fescue Grass
Fescue develops deeper foliage color when grown in full sun, but it can tolerate partial shade, and should be grown in part shade in areas with hot summers It is drought tolerant, and grows best in poor, sandy, well drained soils. It cannot tolerate heavy, wet soils or constant high …
Amazon.com | 04.06. 2007
Ficus benjamina 'Starlight' - Weeping Fig Ficus benjamina 'Starlight' - Weeping Fig
The Starlight Weeping Fig (Ficus benjamina Starlight is a new variegated form of durable green Weeping Fig. Just like its green counterpart, Starlight prefers very bright indirect light. Keep evenly moist, but not wet or dry. Trim as needed. Left alone the Starlight Weeping Fig can …
Amazon.com | 07.10. 2007
Ficus carica 'Bornholm´s Diamond' - fig tree Ficus carica 'Bornholm´s Diamond' - fig tree
Another hardy fig that can grow and even fruit in our climate (zone 6) is called Bornholm’s Diamond (Bornholms Diamant). Its name and characteristics were derived from a Swedish variety called Bornholm bred on on island of the same name. This one is more tolerant of damp weather …
Ficus carica 'Italian Honey' - Fig Ficus carica 'Italian Honey' - Fig
The fig is a picturesque tropical-looking tree or shrub with a dramatic spreading habit. The breadth is often wider than the height of 15-30. The bark is smooth and silvery gray and the deciduous leaves are 3 or 5-lobed and 4-10 long. There are many cultivars available for the home …
Amazon.com | 06.06. 2007
Ficus pumila 'Quercifolia' - Creeping Fig Ficus pumila 'Quercifolia' - Creeping Fig
Tiny deep green leaves are deeply lobed. Not only is the individual leaf considerably smaller than the normal Creeping Fig, but each dimpled leaf is deeply lobed as if was a tiny oak leaf. More clumping than vining in habit, this is the choice for the sophisticated terrarium or living …
Amazon.com | 12.12. 2007
Filipendula vulgaris - Meadowsweet Filipendula vulgaris - Meadowsweet
Meadowsweet (Filipendula vulgaris) Beautiful ivory blooms in summer! Evergreen perennial thrives in drought, poor soil! Ivory flowers in summer. Foliage is evergreen in warm areas. Tolerates drought, poor soil …
Amazon.com | 28.11. 2007
Forsythia viridissima 'Bronxensis' - golden bell Forsythia viridissima 'Bronxensis' - golden bell
Viridissima species of Golden bell originates in China. Bronxensis is one of its few but truly fantastic varieties valued for very attractive semi-evergreen foliage and primrose yellow, bell-shaped flowers in early spring (April in zone 6). Leaves are soft green, glossy, narrowly …
Forsythia viridissima var. koreana 'Kumson' - Korean Forsythia Forsythia viridissima var. koreana 'Kumson' - Korean Forsythia
Family: Oleaceae (For-syth-ia: after William Forsyth, 1737-1800, English horticulturist) ; F. viridissima koreana) A unique new variegated forsythia that we discovered in Korea. Dark green leaves are accented with an attractive network of silver veins. Typical forsythia flowers and …
Amazon.com | 15.10. 2007
Fothergilla major - large witch alder Fothergilla major - large witch alder
Synonyms: Fothergilla latifolia, Fothergilla monticola This (large) witch alder is a special plant that originates in the USA. It is popular among collectors as well as garden designers who want to incorporate a nice and interesting shrub that is almost maintenance-free into their …
Fraxinus ornus 'Meczek' - manna ash, flowering ash Fraxinus ornus 'Meczek' - manna ash, flowering ash
Meczek is a special variety of flowering ash with a compact, mop-shaped, round crown that does not have to be trimmed to maintain its shape. It was selected in Hungary in 1980´s …
Fritillaria meleagris - Guinea-Hen Flower Fritillaria meleagris - Guinea-Hen Flower
Very easy to grow and very easy to get to bloom. Fantastic markings on each petal gives the plant its common name, Guinea Hen Flower. It is also known as the Checkered Lily, Rattlesnake Lily, and Snakes Head Lily. The proper name for this plant of many names is Fritillaria meleagris …
Amazon.com | 05.09. 2007
Fritillaria michailovskyi - Fritillary Fritillaria michailovskyi - Fritillary
Michaels Flower - Fritillaria michailovskyi | This species with its stunning color combination comes from Northeastern Turkey. Plant in well-drained, alkaline, deep, sandy loam amended with organic matter in full sun to light shade. For best effect, plant in clusters of 7 or 9 plants …
Amazon.com | 28.11. 2007
Fuchsia magellanica - Hardy Fuchsia Fuchsia magellanica - Hardy Fuchsia
If you love Fuchsia in hanging baskets, then youll adore this plant. Masses of brilliant red pendant flowers act as beacons for hummingbirds. Completely cold hardy. In warmer climates its an attractive evergreen and is deciduous (comes back from the roots) in colder regions. Grows …
Amazon.com | 10.09. 2007
Faux Florals for All Occasions: 35 Faux Floral Arrangements for Contemporary Living Faux Florals for All Occasions
Faux Florals for Every Occasion is a fresh approach to silk flower arranging. The author, a renowned floral designer, takes the reader beyond everyday expectations and inspires creativity with 40 sumptuous and contemporary designs. Remarkable advances have been made in the look and …
Amazon.com | 12.12. 2007
Fences, Gates, and Bridges: And How to Build Them Fences, Gates, and Bridges
“The author, George A. Martin, knows his subject, not only fence building but the farm and its requirements. He knows the stock: the unconfinable pig, the dexterous cow. He knows his materials, especially wood. I count twenty-one species of tree in the text, each especially suited …
Amazon.com | 04.08. 2008
Fern Grower's Manual Fern Grower's Manual
Ferns have graced our planet for hundreds of millions of years. With about 12,000 named species of ferns worldwide, the variety to be found among them is staggering in its array of forms, textures, and even colors. From towering tree ferns to tiny water clovers, ferns and fern allies …
Amazon.com | 29.03. 2007
Ferns for American Gardens Ferns for American Gardens
Timber Press is proud to add John Mickels classic Ferns for American Gardens to its catalog. Unusual in its specific focus on cold-hardy ferns, the volume is based on Mickels personal experience as a scientist and curator of ferns at the New York Botanical Garden as well as his years …
Amazon.com | 10.04. 2007
Finest Gardens of the South East Finest Gardens of the South East
Home of the most stunning public gardens in England, South East Englands wealth of internationally renowned gardens are a must see, and here Tony Russell provides a guide to the wonderful gardens the region has to offer …
Amazon.com | 30.05. 2016
Fiskars 15-Foot - Telescopic Pruning Saw Fiskars 15-Foot - Telescopic Pruning Saw
The Fiskars 15-foot telescopic palm saw is an ideal tool for pruning all types of trees. The fully-hardened stainless steel saw blade is 17-1/2-inches long, and has a triple grind design to cut on the pull and push strokes. The blade also has a bark stripper to minimize tree damage …
Amazon.com | 11.08. 2007