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Ficus carica 'Celeste(?)'
Common Name: Fig

The common Fig, a large deciduous shrub originally from the Mediterranean and Middle East region has been cultivated since ancient times for its edible fruit.  There are many named varieties.  This may be the variety 'Celeste' which...


Ficus pumila
Common Name: Fig, Creeping

Figvine is very unlike the common edible fig (Ficus carica).  This evergreen vine has small fingernail size rounded leaves and is usually seen on masonary walls where it climbs high by means of little rootlets which hold fa...


Ficus pumila x carica
Common Name: Climbing Fig Hybrid

A curious hybrid between the climbing fig (vine) and the edible fig (shrub) which is intermediate between the very different parents. This mostly deciduous and semi-vining shrub is grown mostly as a botanical or garden curiosity.&n...


Ficus pumila x carica 'Ruth Bancroft'
Common Name: Hybrid Fig

A curious hybrid between the climbing fig (vine) and the edible fig (shrub) which is intermediate between the very different parents. This mostly deciduous and semi-vining shrub is grown mostly as a botanical or garden curiosity.&#...


Ficus roxburghii
Common Name: Roxburgh Fig

Ficus roxburghii, also known as Ficus auriculata, is a great spreading woody shrub in frost-free climates and a big bold perennial in zone 8. It is native to India. The very large 15" rounded glossy leaves create a dramatic ...


Fontanesia phillyreioides
Common Name: Syrian Privet

Fontanesia is a deciduous shrub with narrow lanceolate opposite leaves which are several inches in length.  It in the olive family, related to privet, and apparently likewise tolerant of conditions.  It seems questionable as to...


Forestiera acuminata
Common Name: Swamp Privet

Swamp Privet is a large deciduous shrub or small tree with small lance shaped opposite leaves.  Yellowish small flowers are borne in the leaf axils in early spring.  Male and female flowers are on separate plants.&nb...


Forestiera godfreyi
Common Name: Godfrey's Swampprivet

Godfrey's Forestiera is a deciduous shrub or small tree. The ovate leaves have pubescent lower surface and yellow fuzzy flowers appear in early spring on last season's twigs.  Female plants may bear small dark blue berries. Th...


Forestiera pubescens
Common Name: Spring Herald

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This somewhat privet-like deciduous shrub has rather small oval leaves and intricate branching.  Fragrant fuzzy yellow flowers very early in spring are small but abundant.  This Texas native is we...


Fortunella crassifolia 'Meiwa'
Common Name: Kumquat, 'Meiwa'

The 'Meiwa' Kumquat is a small upright evergreen citrus tree with fragrant white flowers and bearing delicious round bright orange fruits just over 1" in diameter.  The fruit is edible peel and all.  It has proven hardy and producti...


Fothergilla gardenii
Common Name: Witch Alder

Fothergilla gardenii is a choice ornamental deciduous low shrub native very locally in the southeastern U.S.  It is found primarly in coastal areas of the Carolinas where it occurs in moist acid soils of pinelands and bog ...


Fothergilla gardenii 'Blue Mist'
Common Name: Witch Alder Cultivar

Fothergilla gardenii is typically a small deciduous shrub 3 to 4 feet tall.  It is related to Witchhazel and occurs in the coastal plain of the southeastern U.S.  It is found in moist peaty habitats but is adaptable ...


Fothergilla major
Common Name: Large Fothergilla
The native Fothergilla species were choice but scarcely available garden shrubs when Woodlanders first began to offer them in 1980. This species is native to the southern Appalachians where it is uncommon and local. It is a large deciduous shrub wi...

Fothergilla major 'Mt Airy'
Common Name: Large Fothergilla Cultivar

The native Fothergilla species were choice but scarcely available garden shrubs when Woodlanders first began to offer them in 1980. This selection found by Dr. Mike Dirr in Mt. Airy Arboretum in Cincinnati, OH is now widely grown and available. It...


Fragaria virginiana
Common Name: Wild Strawberry

This is the native wild strawberry of eastern North America. The plants have trifolate leaves and produce runners which form new plants at their ends. White flowers are followed by small but sweet tasty strawberries once commonly enjoyed by countr...


Fuchsia boliviana
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This fuchsia is a shrub with bright red tubular flowers in pendulous clusters.  We collected this Fuchsia from a subtropical rainforest region in Tucuman Province in Argentina. This Woodlanders introduction was hoped to be much more heat...


Gardenia jasminoides 'Rosedown Star'
Common Name: Single-flowered Gardenia

 Gardenia 'Rosedown Star' is an evergreen shrub with glossy leaves and fragrant single star-like white flowers followed by showy orange fruits (hips). We obtained this plant years ago from the former Cedar Lane Farms Nursery in Madison, Georg...


Gardenia jasminoides 'Yellow'
Common Name: Yellow Gardenia
This Gardenia is a large shrub essentially like the common Gardenia with glossy evergreen leaves and very fragrant white flowers but the flowers on this one soon change to deep yellow. We obtained this plant from a garden in central South Carolina b...

Gardenia sp. 'Daruma'
Common Name: Gardenia Cultivar

A small tight evergreen shrub similar to Gardenia 'Klein's Hardy' but with small dark green leathery leaves that are quite rounded and with small single fragrant white flowers. Gardenias grow well in relatively fertile acid soil in semi-shade...


Gardenia sp. 'Kleim's Hardy'
Common Name: Gardenia Cultivar

This gardenia is a small evergreen shrub with lustrous black-green leaves and fragrant single 2 inch ivory blooms. This little Gardenia has become popular in recent years after claims that it was untouched at 3 degrees F in Raleigh, NC. Dr. Dirr i...


Gardenia sp. 'Variegata'
Common Name: Gardenia Cultivar
This striking rather upright Gardenia is a Woodlanders'introduction that has become more widely available. We received this plant many years ago from Brookside Gardens in Maryland after they had found it in Japan. Leaves have strong yellow variegat...

Gardenia sp. (from China)
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A Woodlanders introduction, this Gardenia was grown from seed collected by Frank Bell on Emei Shan, China's sacred mountain in Sichuan. It is a vigorous, single stem upright plant with very glossy dark green leaves that are long and narrow. It bea...


Gelsemium sempervirens 'Pride of Augusta'
Common Name: Double Jessamine (Cultivar)

Evergreen twining vine with bright yellow fragrant flowers in spring. This species produces few variants but this selection with double flowers was probably introduced many years ago by the famous but now defunct Fruitland Nursery of Augusta, Geor...


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Glyptostrobus pensilis (lineatus)
Common Name: Water Pine, Chinese

Glyptostrobus is a rare deciduous conifer somewhat similar to Baldcypress (Taxodium) and grows in similar habitats.  It is native in south China and adjacent Viet Nam.  Though virtually extinct as a wild plant, it is plant...


Grevillea juniperina x rosmarinifolia 'Canberra Gem'
Common Name: Canberra Gem Spiderflower

Commenting on this Australian shrub, Helen Johnstone writing for the Hardy Plant Society in England says:  I think it is a pity this shrub isn’t grown more. I only became aware of it when reading Christoher Lloyd’s “Colour f...


Grevillea rosmarinifolia
Common Name: Rosemary Grevillea

This unusual shrub grows to 6 feet but is sometimes lower and semi-prostrate. The foliage resembles Rosemary but the curious flowers are red and cream and borne in late fall.  This plant is native to Australia and has performed well in v...


Gymnocladus dioicus
Common Name: Kentucky Coffeetree

A medium size rather slow growing deciduous tree native to the midwestern U.S.  Hillier's Manual of Trees and Shrubs says: "one of the most handsome of all hardy trees". The large compound leaves are pink tinted when unfolding and tu...

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