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FAGUS grandifolia (Moist Packed) New Spring3808
American Beech20-35m  Zone: 4
A beautiful shade-tolerant deciduous tree native to eastern North America with smooth silver-grey bark and clean dark-green foliage. Monoecious yellowish-green flowers bloom in April-May and are followed in late summer by a crop of nuts which provide food for numerous species of animals. Foliage turns golden bronze in fall.
Germination Instructions: Seed cannot tolerate prolonged drying and has been moist packed. Cold treatment required.
15 seeds  $5.00   Sorry...Sold Out

A large genus of grasses. Those perennial species of ornamental value in the garden are mound-forming species, many with blue, or blue-green foliage. Full sun and ordinary well-drained soil.

FESTUCA saximontana1580
Rocky Mountain Fescue15-45cm  Zone: 1/2
This is a widespread species in North America, ranging into the arctic, growing in alpine areas and prairie. A densely tufted small grass with bluish-gray to green foliage. Closely related to F. brachyphylla. Wild collected in Colorado.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
30 seeds  $3.50   


FRAGARIA vesca New Summer1588
Woodland Strawberry8-15cm  Zone: 5
Native throughout much of the northern hemisphere. Numerous, white flowers with yellow centers appear throughout summer over trifoliate, coarsely-toothed, green leaves. Flowers are followed by edible, bright red strawberries.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
25 seeds  $4.00   

FRAGARIA virginianaSpring1587
Wild StrawberryZone: 2
The delicious, small-fruited wild strawberry; native and widespread throughout North America, growing in dry to moist open woodlands and clearings, often in disturbed areas; preferring sunny locations. When the New World was discovered F. virginiana was found in "vast patches along the great river and in the woods" according to French explorer Jacques Cartier in 1534. Like the fruits, the leaves are high in vitamin C. This species is the parent of 90% of all the cultivated strawberries now grown. The related Coastal Strawberry, F. chiloensis is the source parent of the remaining cultivars. Wild collected in Ontario.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
30 seeds  $3.75   

A genus of 100 species found throughout temperate and subtropical zones. Spring-flowering bulbous plants with erect stems and scattered or whorled leaves. Flowers are campanulate, nodding.

FRITILLARIA montanaSpring3755
30cm  Zone: 3/4
Native to much of Europe into Russia, an easy, beautiful, stoloniferous species with glaucous foliage carrying heavily chequered purple-black over brown flowers.
Germination Instructions: Cold treatment required.
30 seeds  $4.25   

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