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  • FAIRVIEW JUNIPER Quick View
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    • FAIRVIEW JUNIPER
    • Fairview Juniper is an adaptable and hardy cultivar of Chinese Juniper. Bright green needles have good color retention throughout the year. Silvery-blue, berry-like cones develop in the fall, and persist through the winter. Fairview can tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions once established, but avoid planting in wet areas. Requires full sun to keep its dense growth form. Fairview…
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  • FANAL ASTILBE Quick View
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    • FANAL ASTILBE
    • Plant in the shade in consistently moist soil. Fanal astilbe will tolerate some sun with adequate moisture, but it is not drought tolerant -- do not allow it to dry out. It blooms in mid-season after Deutschland and Rheinland. It is an excellent shade plant best used in groupings. Cut back in early spring, and divide in early spring or…
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  • FAT ALBERT BLUE SPRUCE Quick View
    • FAT ALBERT BLUE SPRUCE Quick View
    • FAT ALBERT BLUE SPRUCE
    • Fat Albert is a semi-dwarf cultivar of the Colorado Blue Spruce. Silvery-blue needles are larger and have more consistent color than other blue spruce cultivars. Fat Albert is a slow-grower that is ideal for an accent tree or where space is limited. It can tolerate a wide variety of soils conditions once established, but avoid wet sites and shaded areas.
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  • FESTIVA MAXIMA PEONY Quick View
    • FESTIVA MAXIMA PEONY Quick View
    • FESTIVA MAXIMA PEONY
    • Plant in full sun to light shade in well drained, deep fertile soil. Plant with compost to enrich the soil, and mulch to conserve moisture. The very large flower heads are snowy white with crimson accents and have a lovely scent. It is a good cut flower. Peonies are wonderful in groupings or in a mixed border. Do not plant…
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  • FINAL TOUCH DAYLILY Quick View
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    • FINAL TOUCH DAYLILY
    • Plant in sun in rich, moist, well-drained soil. Daylilies form large clumps, and can be divided in spring or fall as needed. The bicolor flowers are 6" large and are very numerous, with up to 50 per plant! The flowers are lightly scented, bloom mid-summer into fall, and the plant will tolerate dry conditions when established. Remove the spent flowers…
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  • FIRE CHIEF ARBORVITAE Quick View
    • FIRE CHIEF ARBORVITAE Quick View
    • FIRE CHIEF ARBORVITAE
    • Fire Chief is a very compact, rounded, slow-growing arborvitae. Finely textured, green foliage will have reddish tips when grown in full sun and holds a deep red color through the winter. This arborvitae will remain full to the base making it a nice border or foundation plant. Arborvitae need well drained soils as roots will rot in wet soils.
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  • FIRE DANCE DOGWOOD Quick View
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    • FIRE DANCE DOGWOOD
    • Fire Dance is a compact Redtwig Dogwood cultivar that has a rounded, multi-stemmed growth habit. Clusters of white flowers bloom in spring, and develop into white berries in late summer-early fall. These fruits are attractive to birds. Green leaves turn shades of red and burgundy in the fall. Young stems are bright red, and are very attractive during the winter…
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  • FIRE MARSHALL BEE BALM Quick View
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    • FIRE MARSHALL BEE BALM
    • This selection is best grown in a reasonably moist but well-drained soil in full sun. High powdery mildew resistance. Use in the sunny perennial border or in meadow and prairie plantings. Will attract hummingbirds. This is a Chicagoland Grows introduction developed by Dr. Jim Ault at the Chicago Botanic Garden. A great addition to Midwest gardens.
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  • FIRE STAR DIANTHUS Quick View
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    • FIRE STAR DIANTHUS
    • Prefers full sun (bright light) in moist, well-drained soil. Dianthus will tolerate short periods of drought, but foliage and flowers will not be as lush if grown in hot, dry areas. Water regularly during dry spells or when temperatures are high. Divide in early spring every few years. The flowers are a dark red with a deeper crimson eye, a…
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  • FIREBALL HIBISCUS Quick View
    • FIREBALL HIBISCUS Quick View
    • FIREBALL HIBISCUS
    • Plant in full sun in rich, moist, well drained soil. This hibiscus has great foliage color that is complimented by huge, 1' wide flowers. The leaves resemble maple leaves and are green with a purple tinge. A great plant for color contrasts! Looks wonderful with ornamental grasses.
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  • FIRECRACKER SEDUM Quick View
    • FIRECRACKER SEDUM Quick View
    • FIRECRACKER SEDUM
    • This new Sedum cultivar is a low-growing groundcover that has vigorus growth to supress weeds. Foliage is an attractive burgundy-red that lasts throughout the growing season. Clusters of pink flowers bloom in late summer. Firecracker prefers full sun and average to dry conditions. It is a low-maintenace plant once established.
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  • FIRST CHOICE BLUE MIST SHRUB Quick View
    • FIRST CHOICE BLUE MIST SHRUB Quick View
    • FIRST CHOICE BLUE MIST SHRUB
    • Plant in full sun in moderately moist, well-drained soil. It will not do well in wet soils. It will tolerate salt and dry soil when established. Mulch for the winter. Do not cut back in the fall; cut back in early spring. Use for shrub borders and group plantings for waves of color. It is also a great addition to…
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