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Fallopia baldschuanica  'Lemon Lace' Fallopia baldschuanica 'Lemon Lace'

OMG!  What a Vine!!  I have no idea how to text a message but people younger than me says this means for Oh My God and omg, this perennial dying to the ground each year vine with white flowers in late summer eats Golden Hops for lunch.  Expect 20' of blazing color.

Price: $12.00
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Felicia rosulata Felicia rosulata

Fantastic little plant from South Africa which used to be Aster natalensis but is now in the genus Felicia.  We got this from a Scottish alpine nursery in Scotland and know of a rock gardener in northern Norway who raves about it.  Tight clumps with blue flowers with a yellow button in June-July.  Very hardy.  First introduction to the US.

Price: $18.00
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Ferula communis ssp.glauca Ferula communis subsp. glauca

An awesome umbellifer, this Giant Fennel remains a humble umbel with soft, textural foliage that is content to play a strong supporting role in the garden until it is time to flower.  That's when the paparazzi show up snapping photos of it's flower stalk up to 14' tall with heads of small yellow flowers. At that point, this umbel wants to rumble since it is obvious that it is head and shoulders above the rest of the perennials.

Price: $15.00
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Ficus 'Ruth Bancroft' Ficus 'Ruth Bancroft'

This is a hybrid named by Sean Hogan which was found at the Ruth Bancroft gardens and is a suspected cross between the creeping Ficus pumila and the big edible fig, Ficus carica.  It does seem to be perfectly intermediate.  A rambler/scrambler for a sunny spot good for winding through shrubs.  Zone 8, tiny figs.

Price: $15.00
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Ficus afghanistanica 'Silver Lyre' Ficus johannis subsp. afghanistanica 'Silver Lyre'

Leave it to Sean Hogan to make selections of a species that hardly anyone grows or knows.  Thanks to him, we grow it and are on a steep learning curve.  This has silvery leaves nicely lobed and revels in heat and will take dry conditions perfectly which only increases its hardiness.  Thriving in Portland.  This can produce small edible fruit.  Deciduous by the way.

Price: $16.00
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Ficus pumila Ficus pumila

Steve Hootman saw this growing and established in a Pennsylvania garden and with a puzzled "What the hell?", immediately took cuttings.  This evergreen groundcover Ficus is most often grown as a houseplant but this Pennsylvania selection should do well in the PNW.  Will cling to walls or rocks.

Price: $12.00
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Ficus vaccinioides Ficus vaccinioides

Sweet little evergreen groundcover from southern Taiwan where it grows at low to mid elevation in littoral thickets. Then there is the virtual thickets....  Small rounded leaves and yes, there are very small figs but it would take a lot to make figgy pudding. Zone 8 hardy and grows at the Zone 7 Raulston Arboretum in a sheltered spot where it is deciduous in cold winters. Tolerant of shade.

Price: $15.00
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Filipendula yezoensis BSWJ 10828 Filipendula yezoensis BSWJ 10828

Nice rarity from a collection by the Wynn-Jones of Crug Farm in Wales who found this in northern Honshu in Japan.  Broad maple-like leaves on the basal stems are a bold contrast to the airy sprays of very pale pink flowers on stems to 30 inches.  The flowers provide interest over a good part of the summer.  Collectible - scarcer than hen's teeth.

Price: $20.00
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Fragaria vesca 'Muricata' Fragaria vesca 'Muricata'

This weird variant of the Alpine Strawberry was discovered by John Tradescant in 1627 near  Plymouth in Devon and is often called the Plymouth Strawberry.  The white petals of the normal flower have been replaced by green leafy bracts and the fruit follows suit cloaking itself in spiky green appendages.  Not a treat for the table but a historical and fun treat for the garden.

Price: $16.00
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Francoa appendiculata 'Confetti' Francoa appendiculata 'Confetti'

A knockout display when it is well established.  This is something David Mason at Hedgerows Nursery thought we should have and was he ever right.  Dense crowns of foliage subtend numerous 2'+ spikes of white flowers.  This is best in a sheltered lightly shaded spot.

Price: $15.00
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Francoa appendiculata HCM 98045 ex Chile Francoa appendiculata HCM 98045 ex Chile

A Chilean collection of a very large form of this showy species. You can correctly infer that since this is larger, it is showier! Four foot tall or more flower stems arise from the bold basal rosettes of ruffled rounded leaves to display in grand fashion the wands of white-throated pink flowers. If size is important to you and if we are all being honest, it is, then this is the Francoa to which others must be measured and found lacking. Mild gardens here.

Price: $15.00
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Fritillaria affinis Fritillaria affinis

Our Northwest native and one you don't have to go any further to find growing wild than in the the remnant Kah Tai prairie at Port Townsend's golf course.  Easy to naturalize in a meadow setting or rock garden or just ht e garden bed.  This will increase by little offsets and by seed.  Speckeled brown and yellow flowers.

Price: $12.00
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Fuchsia 'Aztec' Fuchsia 'Aztec'

A bushy hardy Fuchsia with arching branches and largish leaves which is good because they are one of the good things about this selection being richly colored in red if grown in ample sun.  The flowers are no slouch either and they have to bring it to keep up with the leaves and that they do with a red exterior and a double purple interior corolla.  Winter mulch.

Price: $12.00
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Fuchsia 'DebRon's Black Cherry' Fuchsia 'DebRon's Black Cherry'

A fine hardy hybrid from Deb and Ron Monnier whose nursery, Monnier's Country Gardens in Woodburn, OR closed in 2009.  This knockout will keep the memory alive for years to come.  Maroon tube and sepals embrace a corolla that is black velvet eggplant in color with an optical texture that is almost 3D.  To 3' and hardy in the PNW.  Mulch in winter.

Price: $15.00
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Fuchsia 'Papoose' Fuchsia 'Papoose'

A smaller very hardy Fuchsia whose smaller leaves and lax mounding habit broader than tall plays well with the numerous smaller narrow flowers that have reddish-pink sepals and a purple corolla.  This little guy - or to be fair, this could be a little Poc

Price: $15.00
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Fuchsia campos-portoi (UCBG Clone) Fuchsia campos-portoi - UCBG clone

A cold-tolerant species from Brazil that was discovered in 1934.  This not-so-common species gives the effect of a smaller Fuchsia magellanica with the small deep pink and purple flowers but on a smaller scale.  In our cooler climate, this will get to 3' or so while in warmer, longer season zones, perhaps to 5'.  Once well established, this will spread gently via rhizomes but easy to keep in bounds and perfect for sharing, furthering your propagation reputation.

Price: $15.00
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Fuchsia juntasensis Fuchsia juntasensis

This is not a Fuchsia to which one can remain indifferent. A tender species from South America, this is a winter-bloomer with long, thin flowers appearing at leaf fall and then adorning the 3'-5' bare stems. The distinctly softly lavender-pink flowers lack an inner corolla presenting a very pleasing minimalist design aesthetic and the large orange fruit which follow are an unexpectedly discordant delight.

Price: $15.00
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