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Farfugium 'Wavy Gravy' has distinctively crinkled, grey-green leaves for striking texture in the shade garden.
Fascicularia bicolor is one of the hardiest of bromeliads with an incredible sky blue flower surrounded by bright red leaves.
Fenestraria aurantiaca 'Baby Toes' has windowed leaf tips and impressive displays of bright yellow, daisy-like flowers.
Ficinia truncata 'Ice Crystal' is a decorative sedge with green leaves that appear to be outlined in white giving this plant an overall frosty look.
Fragaria Aloha Berry is a white strawberry that tastes like a cross between a strawberry and a pineapple!
Fremontodendron 'California Glory' is long-blooming with large yellow flowers and fuzzy evergreen leaves.
Fritillaria aurea 'Golden Flag' is a short species from Turkey with large golden yellow bells lightly speckled with red.
Fritillaria bucharica has whorls of greyish-green, lance-shaped leaves and beautiful, pure white, bell-shaped flowers with green centres.
With its pendulous green and burgundy bells Fritillaria elwesii is for sophisticated gardeners who like cool flowers.
Fritillaria imperialis 'Argenteovariegata' is a bold variegated cultivar with green and creamy yellow leaves and bracts, dark stems, and deep orange-red flowers.
Fritillaria imperialis 'Slagzwaard' has lush green foliage, dark stems, and deep red-orange flowers.
Fritillaria imperialis 'Vivaldi' has lush green foliage, dark stems, and red flowers.
Fritillaria michailovskyi is a short species with pendulous burgundy bells with yellow, flared tips. Each stem holds 1-4 flowers.
Fritillaria michailovskyi 'Multiflorum' is a special selection with up to 15-20 flowers per stem!
Fritillaria persica 'Alba' is not white but sports chartreuse green bells that will light up the darkest spring day.
Fritillaria sewerzowii is a rare and ethereal species with 10 inch stems sporting grey-green foliage and outward-facing, bells of dark brown and green.
Fritillaria stenanthera is a rare and unusual species for this genus in that it sports pink flowers.
Fuchsia arborescens 'Blutini' delivers pink flowers in summer followed by clusters of edible blue fruit in the fall!