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Image of Fagus sylvatica var. heterophylla photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(European Beech)

Cherished for its smooth gray bark, elegant deciduous foliage, stately habit, and adaptability, European beech has long been a garden favorite on its native continent and elsewhere. Distinguished by its cut or lobed leaves, variety heterophylla has given rise to several well-known cultivars, including the lacy-leaved 'Asplenifolia'. Glistening golden-green in spring, the leaves mature to dark green in summer. In autumn they turn shades of yellow, orange and bronze. Inconspicuous flowers...

(European Beech)

Cherished for its smooth gray bark, elegant deciduous foliage, stately habit, and adaptability, European beech has long been a garden favorite on its native continent and elsewhere. Introduced around 1800, the cultivar 'Asplenifolia' has slender lacy leaves that are often deeply lobed. Shimmering golden-green in spring, the leaves mature to rich green in summer. In autumn they turn shades of yellow, orange and bronze. Inconspicuous flowers in spring give rise to bristly capsules that ripen to tan...

Image of Fagus sylvatica var. heterophylla

Jesse Saylor

(European Beech)

Cherished for its smooth gray bark, elegant deciduous foliage, stately habit, and adaptability, European beech has long been a garden favorite on its native continent and elsewhere. Introduced in 1795, the cultivar 'Laciniata' has elliptic leaves with deeply toothed margins. Glistening golden-green in spring, the leaves mature to deep green in summer. In autumn they turn shades of yellow, orange and bronze. Inconspicuous flowers in spring give rise to bristly capsules that ripen to tan in late summer...

Image of Fallugia paradoxa photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Apache Plume)

The rose-like blooms and ornamental seed heads make this one of the most interesting shrubs of the Southwest United States. Its twiggy, pale-barked stems and downy white branchlets form an upright to spreading shrub that retains a relatively low profile (head-high or less). Small lacy dark green leaves are rather widely spaced on the branches, giving the plant a somewhat scruffy look when it is not in flower or fruit. The leaves are deciduous in areas where cold or drought persist.

Small white...

Image of Fargesia rufa photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Clumping Bamboo, Giant Panda Bamboo)

This noninvasive, clump-forming bamboo from the uplands of central China offers an elegant cascading habit, attractive reddish colored "stems", and exceptional cold hardiness. Relatively small in stature, its delicate canes and dense foliage give it a more shrubby appearance than that of many bamboos. Numerous branches each bear several relatively fine-textured, lance-shaped, evergreen leaves, which together bow the culms with their weight. New shoots emerge from late spring until fall, and persist...

Image of Fatsia japonica

Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Japanese Fatsia, Paperplant)

Enormous palm-shaped evergreen leaves speckled with ivory and striking clusters of creamy white fall flowers are the ornamental highlights of this splendid Japanese fatsia. This moderately compact Terra Nova Nursery introduction has variegation that changes with the seasons. More mature plants exhibit more striking color. 'Spider's Web' was named by Mr. Hirose of Iwakuni, Japan.

Paperplant is a Japanese native that thrives in shaded spots and naturally inhabits forested lands. It can be somewhat...

Image of Fatsia japonica

Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Japanese Fatsia, Paperplant)

Enormous palm-shaped evergreen leaves irregularly edged with ivory are the ornamental highlight of this splendid Japanese fatsia. Some suggest it's also slightly hardier than average. A native of southern Japan, it thrives in shaded spots and naturally inhabits forested lands. It can be somewhat invasive and has become naturalized across many parts of the world. Several cultivars exist, the most beautiful having variegated foliage.

The deeply lobed, palmate leaves of this upright bushy shrub...

Image of Feijoa sellowiana photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Pineapple Guava)

Pineapple guava is a large evergreen shrub grown as an ornamental and for fruit. It is native to the subtropical regions of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. The plant is usually grown with multiple stems which arise close to the ground, though it can be pruned into a standard or small tree.

The leaves are leathery, elliptical to egg shaped, opposite each other on the stems, dark to olive green on the upper surface and silver from dense hairs on the lower surface. Flowers appear spring...

(Pineapple Guava)

Pineapple guava is a large, evergreen shrub grown as an ornamental and for fruit. It is native to the subtropical regions of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. The plant is usually grown with multiple stems which arise close to the ground, though it can be pruned into a standard or small tree. The leaves are leathery, elliptical to egg shaped, opposite each other on the stems, dark to olive green on the upper surface and silver from dense hairs on the lower surface. Flowers appear spring and...

(Pineapple Guava)

Pineapple guava is a large, evergreen shrub grown as an ornamental and for fruit. It is native to the subtropical regions of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. The plant is usually grown with multiple stems which arise close to the ground, though it can be pruned into a standard or small tree. The leaves are leathery, elliptical to egg shaped, opposite each other on the stems, dark to olive green on the upper surface and silver from dense hairs on the lower surface. Flowers appear spring and...