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Image Botanical Name Common Name Description
Dwarf Meadowsweet Filipendula 'Kahome' Dwarf Meadowsweet

Dwarf, moisture-loving perennial featuring branched particles of tiny, fragrant, rosy pink flowers above attractive fern-like foliage.  Prefers constantly moist, fertile, humusy soil and tolerates wet soil  If foliage fades in summer, cut back after bloom.  Suited to wild/naturalized areas, wet meadows and stream banks.

Red Umbrellas Meadowsweet Filipendula 'Red Umbrellas' Red Umbrellas Meadowsweet

This clump-forming, hardy perennial displays sea-green, maple-like leaves with bold crimson veins. Striking plums of long-lasting, fragrant, rose-pink flowers.  Prefers consistently moist soil, tolerates more sun with adequate water.  Good in woodland gardens and mass plantings.  Unusual cut flowers.  Deer resistant.

Wild Strawberry Fragaria chiloensis Wild Strawberry

Shiny, dark green leaves spread by runners. The white, five-petaled flowers are followed on the female plants by red berries. Deer resistant.  Native plant of the Pacific Northwest.  Thrives in any type of soil.  Wild Strawberry is often used as a groundcover.  Excellent for edging and rock gardens.

Woodland Strawberry Fragaria vesca Woodland Strawberry

Woodland Strawberry displays white flowers and small, sweet, bright red berries. Shiny, dark green leaves spread by runners.  Native plant of the Pacific Northwest.  Thrives in any type of soil  Woodland Strawberry is often used as a groundcover. Excellent for edging and rock gardens.

Lipstick Wild Strawberry Fragaria x 'Lipstick' Lipstick Wild Strawberry

Easy care groundcover.  It has deep, pink-red flowers and glossy foliage.  This plant is one of the best perennials to plant for borders and containers.  Deer resistant.  Thrives in any type of soil but not too dry.  Lipstick Strawberry is often used as a groundcover and is also useful for erosion control  Excellent for edging and rock gardens.

Baghdad Fuchsia Fuchsia 'Baghdad' Baghdad Fuchsia

Displays profusions of double flowers with red sepals and purple corollas.  This compact, upright shrublet has rich green foliage.  A hardy selection.  To ensure hardiness: take out of containers and plant them deep, mist foliage when very hot, prune to several inches above ground in late winter, and mulch the crown. Keep moist, not wet.

Cardinal Fuchsia Fuchsia 'Cardinal' Cardinal Fuchsia

Displays prolific single flowers with red-tinged sepals and dark, wine-red corollas.  An upright, hardy variety.  To ensure hardiness: take out of containers and plant them deep, mist foliage when very hot, prune to several inches above ground in late winter, and mulch the crown.  Keep moist, not wet.

Catalina Fuchsia Fuchsia 'Catalina' Catalina Fuchsia

Displays prolific, double flowers with bright red sepals and white corollas.  An upright variety.  To ensure hardiness: take out of containers and plant them deep, mist foliage when very hot, prune to several inches above ground in late winter, and mulch the crown.  Keep moist, not wet.

Debrons Smokey Blues Fuchsia Fuchsia 'Debron's Smokey Blues' Debron's Smokey Blues Fuchsia

Displays prolific, single flowers with magenta sepals and deep-purple corollas.  A compact, upright variety with bright-green foliage.  To ensure hardiness: take out of containers and plant them deep, mist foliage when very hot, prune to several inches above ground in late winter, and mulch the crown. Keep moist, not wet.

Debrons Black Cherry Fuchsia Fuchsia 'Debrons Black Cherry' Debron's Black Cherry Fuchsia

Displays prolific single flowers with striking maroon sepals and dark purple to black corollas.  Strong and upright variety with medium green foliage.  To ensure hardiness: take out of containers and plant them deep, mist foliage when very hot, prune to several inches above ground in late winter, and mulch the crown.  Keep moist, not wet.

Enstone Fuchsia Fuchsia 'Enstone' Enstone Fuchsia

Displays profusions of small, pale pink flowers.  A bushy, upright, tender perennial with lime-green foliage edged in gold.  To ensure hardiness: take out of containers and plant the deep, mist foliage when very hot, prune to several inches above ground in late winter, and mulch the crown.  Keep moist, not wet.

Golden Herald Fuchsia Fuchsia 'Golden Herald' Golden Herald Fuchsia

Displays prolific single flowers with red sepals and purple corollas.  An upright variety with light-green to gold foliage.  To ensure hardiness: take out of containers and plant the deep, mist foliage when very hot, prune to several inches above ground in late winter, and mulch the crown.  Keep moist, not wet.

Iced Champagne Fuchsia Fuchsia 'Iced Champagne' Iced Champagne Fuchsia

Displays prolific, single flowers with light-pink to white sepals and light-pink corollas.  An upright variety.  To ensure hardiness: take out of containers and plant them deep, mist foliage when very hot, prune to several inches above ground in late winter, and mulch the crown.  Keep moist, not wet.

Isis Fuchsia Fuchsia 'Isis' Isis Fuchsia

Displays profusions of tiny magenta to crimson flowers. This upright fuchsia also features tiny, oval green leaves. A great choice for containers or training into bonsai.  To ensure hardiness: take out of containers and plant them deep, mist foliage when very hot, prune to several inches above ground in late winter, and mulch the crown.  Keep moist not wet.

Phyllis Fuchsia Fuchsia 'Phyllis' Phyllis Fuchsia

Displays prolific, single to semi-double flowers with rose-red sepals and lavender-purple corollas.  An upright, hardy variety.  To ensure hardiness: take out of containers and plant them deep, mist foliage when very hot, prune to several inches above ground in late winter, and mulch the crown.  Keep moist, not wet.

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