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Facheiro cactus, Pilosocereus pachycladus

Pilosocereus pachycladus grows in columnar form growing tree-like with numerous glaucous branches. This is one of the bluest columnar cacti. Its stem is light blue-green. It likes a sunny position with 4 to 6 hours of direct morning or afternoon sun. It should be watered regularly in Summer and kept drier in Winter.

Fagus Sylvatica, European Beech Tree

The beech tree is a tall growing tree, with oval leaves that are lime green when they first appear before turning mid green, and, in the Autumn becoming yellow- brown. The bark is silver grey. Makes a good hedging plant.

Fagus sylvatica 'Atropunicea' syn. Fagus sylvatica 'Purpurea', Copper beech

The beech tree is a tall growing tree, with oval leaves that are lime green when they first appear before turning mid green, and, in the Autumn becoming yellow- brown. The bark is silver grey. Makes a good hedging plant. The 'Copper Beech' has dark, purplish-brown leaves that turn reddish in Autumn

Fagus sylvatica 'pendula', Weeping Common Beech

The weeping beech is an ornamental, spreading beech with undulating upwardly growing branches. From these, floppy limbs droop down vertically, sometimes almost touching the ground.

Fagus sylvatica 'Purpurea Pendula', Weeping Purple Beech

The weeping beech is an ornamental, spreading beech with undulating upwardly growing branches. From these, floppy limbs droop down vertically, sometimes almost touching the ground.. The 'Purpurea' variety has dark, purplish-brown leaves that turn reddish in Autumn

Fagus sylvatica 'Roseomarginata' syn. Fagus sylvatica 'Purpurea Tricolor', Tri-color Beech

Tri-color Beech is a rounded to spreading tree bearing wavy-margined, purple leaves with irregular, pink margins. Inconspicuous yellow-green flowers in spring are followed by spiny fruit in autumn.

Fagus sylvatica var. heterophylla 'Aspleniifolia', Fern Leaved Beech

Fern Leaved Beech is a medium-sized tree with a broad, open crown. Long and narrow leaves which are deeply cut, turn orange-brown in autumn.

Fairy Crassula, Crassula multicava

Crassula are succulent, herbaceous plants. Some varieties are suitable for rock gardens in mild regions as long as the soil is well drained. The thick leaves are often covered with hair or 'meal' and the flowers are generally small in size and borne on terminal panicles. Crassulas can easily be grown from leaf cuttings. C. multicava is a low-growing plant that rarely exceeds a 30cm high, forming wide mats of ground cover with glossy rounded leaves with small red dots on the upper surface. In winter it produces tiny flowers, pink in bud and then open to white on reddish stems. After flowering small plantlets often form in the flower axils.

Fairy Fan-Flower, Scaevola aemula

Scaevola is a heat and drought tolerant plant is an evergreen perennial, often grown as an annual. It is a native of Australia and New Guinea. The leaves are spoon-shaped, and the flowers form a fan-shape (the common name is Fairy Fan-Flower'). They bloom in Summer, and need eight hours of sunlight per day

Fairy Fan-Flower 'Abanico Blue', Scaevola 'Abanico Blue'

Scaevola is a heat and drought tolerant plant is an evergreen perennial, often grown as an annual. It is a native of Australia and New Guinea. The leaves are spoon-shaped, and the flowers form a fan-shape (the common name is Fairy Fan-Flower'). They bloom in Summer, and need eight hours of sunlight per day. 'Abanico Blue' is a compact plant with a trailing habit, and many blue-purple flowers.

Fairy Fan-Flower 'Print White', Scaevola aemula 'Print White'

Scaevola is a heat and drought tolerant plant is an evergreen perennial, often grown as an annual. It is a native of Australia and New Guinea. The leaves are spoon-shaped, and the flowers form a fan-shape (the common name is Fairy Fan-Flower'). They bloom in Summer, and need eight hours of sunlight per day. 'Print White' has an uprighthabit, and many small white flowers

Fairy Fan-Flower 'Zig Zag', Scaevola aemula 'Zig Zag'

Scaevola is a heat and drought tolerant plant is an evergreen perennial, often grown as an annual. It is a native of Australia and New Guinea. The leaves are spoon-shaped, and the flowers form a fan-shape (the common name is Fairy Fan-Flower'). They bloom in Summer, and need eight hours of sunlight per day. 'Zig Zag' has a trailing habit, and white flowers with a purple stripe down the centre of the petals

Fairy Heronsbill, Erodium reichardii

Erodium is a low-growing flowering plant in the geranium family that bears five-petalled flowers in shades of white, pink, and purple, that strongly resemble the better-known Geranium (cranesbill). They like slightly alkaline soil, so add lime if your soil is acid.

Fairy Iris, Dietes grandifolia syn. Dietes grandiflora 'Reen Lelie'

Dietes are rhizomatous evergreen perennials. They form loose clumps of leathery, sword-shaped leaves, and bear short-lived, iris-like flowers with 3 large outer segments and 3 small inner ones, from late Spring into Summer. Dietes grandiflora bears iris-like blooms, up to 10cm across, with white falls that have a yellow stripe near the centre, and violet-blue standards. Blooms may last a few days, and often occur in flushes throughout the Summer

Fairy Magnolia, Magnolia 'Fairy Blush'

Fairy Magnolias are bushy, evergreens which can be grown as a specimen plant or even as a flowering hedge. They are laden with fragrant flowers in early Spring. Fairy Magnolia Blush is one of the first new evergreen magnolias with pink coloring. The Fairy Magnolias are also available in White and Cream.

Fairy Primrose, Primula malacoides

Primula Malacoides is often sold in pots in Winter and Spring as a greenhouse Primula. The compact plants are covered with clusters of open flowers just above the foliage, in various colours.

Fairy Tale Plant, Cotyledon sinus alexandri

Cotyledon orbiculata are succulent plants with thick leaves, in colours varying from green to grey, often with a red line around the margin. Leaf shapes also vary. The plants can be mat forming or clump forming or small to medium shrubs. Fairy Tale Plant has bulbous green leaves which contrast with the light grey branching. In, late summer through autumn, it sports lovely pink blooms on tall stems.

Fairy Thimble Bellflower 'Advance Blue', Campanula cochlearifolia 'Advance Blue'

Bell shaped flowers in shades of blue, lavender, purple or white adorn these summer flowering plants. The genus includes large herbaceous perennials as well as small alpine species. 'Advance Blue' is an alpine variety that forms a clump and bears many lavender coloured bell-shaped flowers

Fairy Thimbles, Campanula cochlearifolia 'Fairy Thimbles'

Bell shaped flowers in shades of blue, lavender, purple or white adorn these summer flowering plants. The genus includes large herbaceous perennials as well as small alpine species.

Fairy Tongue, Crassula exilis subsp. schmidtii

Crassula are succulent, herbaceous plants. Some varieties are suitable for rock gardens in mild regions as long as the soil is well drained. The thick leaves are often covered with hair or 'meal' and the flowers are generally small in size and borne on terminal panicles. Crassulas can easily be grown from leaf cuttings. Fairy Tongue Fairy Tongue is an evergreen, mat forming succulent with striking hairy stems and flower clusters up to 20cm tall.

Fairy Wand 'Amber Queen', Epimedium x warleyense 'Amber Queen'

Epimedium species are deciduous or evergreen hardy perennials growing from an underground rhizome. The majority have four-parted "spider-like" flowers in spring. European species are often some of the most tolerant of dry shade. Japanese species such as grandiflorum are easy to grow but maybe not for the driest spots. Chinese species are ideal for the north side of a wall or a bed that receives some irrigation in eastern UK, and typical shade garden borders in the western parts of the country, where rainfall is generally higher.

Fairy Wand 'Ellen Willmott', Epimedium x warleyense 'Ellen Willmott'

Original:'Ellen Willmott' forms a bushy, evergreen mound of dark green leaves, bearing good-sized soft-orange flowers with darker sepals in mid to late spring. Although they will take a couple of years to reach a mature size, plants are long-lived and very sturdy. New:Epimedium species are deciduous or evergreen hardy perennials growing from an underground rhizome. The majority have four-parted "spider-like" flowers in spring. European species are often some of the most tolerant of dry shade. Japanese species such as grandiflorum are easy to grow but maybe not for the driest spots. Chinese species are ideal for the north side of a wall or a bed that receives some irrigation in eastern UK, and typical shade garden borders in the western parts of the country, where rainfall is generally higher.

Fairy Wings, Epimedium x omeiense 'Razzleberry'

Epimedium species are deciduous or evergreen hardy perennials growing from an underground rhizome. The majority have four-parted "spider-like" flowers in spring. European species are often some of the most tolerant of dry shade. Japanese species such as grandiflorum are easy to grow but maybe not for the driest spots. Chinese species are ideal for the north side of a wall or a bed that receives some irrigation in eastern UK, and typical shade garden borders in the western parts of the country, where rainfall is generally higher. 'Razzleberry' from China, produces long, arching floral spikes of large flowers, each composed of wide-spreading purple spurs, a purple cup, and contrasted nicely with pure white sepals. The new foliage is heavily-speckled raspberry.

Fall Aster, Aster 'Yobeliever' (Believer™)

A patented hybrid, ‘Yobeliever’ was introduced by Yoder Brothers, Inc. and is marketed under the name ‘Believer’. Daisy-like asters bring colour to the garden in late summer and autumn or spring. Violet to lavender, white, pink red or blue flowers with golden yellow centres are carried singly or in clusters. Autumn flowering asters are known as Michaelmas daisies because they flower around Michaelmas. They make fine cut flowers. Lower growing varieties, often spring flowering, are suitable for rock gardens, raised beds, small borders or containers.

Fall Gold Raspberry, Rubus idaeus var. strigosus

Raspberries, which are usually perennial, have canes each year on which the fruit is borne from the second year. The fruit is is red, sweet and tart, and some varieties ripen in Summer, and some in Autumn. Rubus idaeus var. strigosus, or American Raspberry, is a shrubby Autumn fruiting raspberry that bears red or gold fruit.

Falling stars, Campanula isophylla

A compact hardy perennial suitable for being growning in pots and planters, as well as in window boxes, hanging basket and pots. Will flower from mid to late summer. This is a strong hardy perennial that will flower again next year. C. isophylla is a small camanula with trailing stems and heart-shaped leaves with light-blue flowers in summer.

Fallopia baldschuanica, Russian vine

Plant with care as it is an invasive and hard to get rid of vigorous growing plant. It has heart shaped green leaves and bears loose clusters white/pink tinged flowers in summer.

Falsa Érica, Cuphea gracilis

Cuphea is native to warm temperate to tropical regions. The species range from low-growing herbaceous plants to semi-woody shrubs up to 2m tall. Cupheas bloom from spring through autumn. Perennial Cupheas are frost tender plants. With heavy mulching, they may survive cold winters but will die back to the roots. In cold regions, the plants are grown as annuals or in pots so they can be brought indoors in autumn and treated as house plants.

False Acacia 'Frisia', Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia'

Robinia Pseudoacacia 'Frisia' is a deciduous medium-sized tree. 'Frisia' has golden-yellow leaves, that turn orange-yellow in Autumn. Seldom flowers. NOTE: In recent years this cultivar has suffered from early leaf fall, and dead branches with younger trees, often resulting in the loss of the tree.

False African Violet, Streptocarpus saxorum

Streptocarpus is a shade-loving plant, popular as a house-plant. The leaves - each of which is a plant with its own roots - start at ground level, and are hairy, soft and shaped like primrose leaves. The flowers have two-lobed upper petals, and three-lobed lowers petals and grow singly or in pairs on long, curving stems, in Summer. Streptocarpus saxorum has small soft velvet green foliage, and produces small pale lilac flowers. It is in the Streptocarpus subgenus Streptocarpella.

False African Violet 'White Butterfly', Streptocarpus 'White Butterfly'

Streptocarpus is a shade-loving plant, popular as a house-plant. The leaves - each of which is a plant with its own roots - start at ground level, and are hairy, soft and shaped like primrose leaves. The flowers have two-lobed upper petals, and three-lobed lowers petals and grow singly or in pairs on long, curving stems, in Summer. 'White Butterfly' is very similar to Streptocarpus saxorum, but has white flowers.

False Agave, Hechtia macdouhalii

These succulent tropical perennials are grown for their large, stiff, sword-shaped leaves arranged in tight rosettes. Hechtia is a terrestrial plant with characteristic rosette form of most bromeliads. They are most commonly grown indoors or in greenhouses, but some regions can support outdoor growth so long as the plants aren’t subjected to temperatures below 20 degrees Fahrenheit (-6 C.).

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