Fallopia japonica 'Variegata' VARIEGATED FALLOPIA This plant (formerly Polygonum cuspidatum or Reynoutria japonica) does not run rampant. Foliage is artistically splotched with striking patches of white across the leaves on pink and green stems, with light pink new growth. The feathery flowers are good for bouquets.
|4 - 5 ft.||2 ft.||white||l. summer||Su-pSh||clump|
Fallopia japonica 'Crimson Beauty'
|8 - 12 ft.||2 ft.||crimson||l. summer||Su-pSh||clump|
Fargesia rufa HARDY CLUMPING BAMBOO Clump forming bamboo up to 10 ft. in width or more in time. The plants have long narrow deep green waxy leaves with accenting pink to reddish leaf sheaths and branchlets. Plant in organic enriched well drained soil. Winter green.
Fargesia rufa 'Green Panda'
|7-8 ft.||10 ft.||fol. deep green||evergreen||Sh-pSh||clump|
Filipendula MEADOWSWEET Require moisture retentive soil, preferably alkaline, and loves its "feet" moist and foliage dry. Both fragrant, F. purpurea 'Elegans' reaches 4 ft. and F. rubra 'Venusta' up to 6 feet. Most often do not requiring staking, even in windy conditions. F. rubra 'Venusta' QUEEN-OF-THE-PRAIRIE, has flat flowerheads up to one foot in size, and at a distance look like pinkish cotton candy. A towering accent or specimen plant, spreading into large clumps.
|6 ft.||4 ft.||pink||summer||Su-pSh||clump|
|8 - 12 in.||12 - 18 in.||pink||summer||Su-pSh||clump|
Fragaria 'Frel' ('Pink Panda') ORNAMENTAL STRAWBERRY Loose ground cover for sunny areas, but will tolerate part shade. Popular for its profuse, radiant pink spring blooms that continue blooming on and off throughout the season; rather than for the edible fruit it occasionally produces. Requires moist, rich soil. Cutting trailing stems and dead-heading increases flowering and keeps foliage dense.
Fragaria 'Frel' ('Pink Panda')
|6 in.||12 - 18 in.||pink||spring - aut.||Su-pSh||carpet root.|
|6 in.||12 - 18 in.||red||spring - aut.||Su-pSh||carpet root.|