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Verticordia plumosa, photo courtesy of C. Andrew Henley/Dorling Kindersley/Getty Images

Featherflower

Verticordia plumosa

This shrub from southwesternAustralia grows to 3 ft. high andwide, with wavy branches coveredin soft, ...

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Feathery Cassia

Senna

Previously included in Cassia and still often sold as such, these species have been reclassif...

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Senna artemisioides

Feathery Cassia

Senna artemisioides

Native to Australia. Grows 3 to 5 ft. tall and wide, with attractive, light, airy structure. Gray leav...

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February Daphne

Daphne mezereum

From Europe, Caucasus, Siberia. Rather gawky, stiff-twigged, erect growth to 4 ft. tall and 3 ft. wide...

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Podocarpus gracilior

Fern Pine

Podocarpus gracilior

From eastern Africa. Grows 20 to 60 ft. tall, 10 to 20 ft. wide. Among the cleanest, most pest-free tr...

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Chamaebatiaria millefolium, photo courtesy of Denver Botanic Gardens

Fernbush

Chamaebatiaria millefolium

This well-branched Rocky Mountains native grows 5–8 ft. tall and wide with finely divided, fernl...

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Fernleaf Lavender

Lavandula multifida

Sprawling growth to 1 1/2 ft. tall and 2–3 ft. across. Gray-green to silvery foliage is finely d...

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Fernleaf Yarrow

Achillea filipendulina

Tall, erect plants 4–5 ft. high and to 3 ft. wide, with deep green, fernlike leaves. Bright yell...

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Fescue

Festuca

Some of these grasses are ornamental; others are used for lawns, erosion control, or pasture. All need...

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Fescue

Festuca idahoensis

Native from BritishColumbia to Alberta, south tocentral California and Colorado. Blue-green to silvery...

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Feverfew

Chrysanthemum parthenium

Native to southern Europe, Caucasus. Compact, leafy, aggressive, spreading by volunteer seedlings; onc...

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Isolepis cernua, photo courtesy of Linda Lamb Peters

Fiber Optics Plant

Isolepis cernua

A 6–10-in. bundle of tiny green fiber optic cables would make an uncanny likeness of this sedge. Nativ...

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