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Fargesia murielae is one of the hardiest of all bamboos and is a clumper that will not spread.

Fargesia nitida is one of the hardiest of all bamboos and is a clumper that is an important food source for the giant panda.

This newly introduced species features orange-red culm sheaths that contrast with dark green canes and attractive foliage.

Fargesia rufa 'Little Red Head' features orange-red culm sheaths that contrast with dark green canes and attractive foliage.

Fargesia scabrida has young culms with sheaths that are dark orange opening to reveal steel-blue and lavender culms aging to olive-green.

Ficinia truncata 'Ice Crystal' is a decorative sedge with green leaves that appear to be outlined in white giving this plant an overall frosty look.

Everbearing strawberries produce their first crop in spring and continue producing in six week intervals until fall.

Fritillaria acmopetala is a rare species from Cypress with pendulous, broadly bell-shaped, green flowers with reflexed tips and burgundy streaks.

Fritillaria aurea 'Golden Flag' is a short species from Turkey with large golden yellow bells lightly speckled with red.

Fritillaria bucharica has whorls of greyish-green, lance-shaped leaves and beautiful, pure white, bell-shaped flowers with green centres.

Fritillaria camschatcensis has intriguing nodding, bell-shaped, purple-brown to nearly black flowers.

Fritillaria davisii has unusual nodding flowers in burgundy-brown and yellowish green.

With its pendulous green and burgundy bells Fritillaria elwesii is for sophisticated gardeners who like cool flowers.

Fritillaria hermonis ssp. amana has unusual and sophisticated yellow green bells etched in red at the edges.

Fritillaria imperialis 'Argenteovariegata' is a bold variegated cultivar with green and creamy yellow leaves and bracts, dark stems, and deep orange-red flowers.

Fritillaria imperialis 'Lutea Maxima' has lush green foliage and bright lemon yellow flowers.

Fritillaria imperialis 'Rubra' has lush green foliage, dark stems, and orange-red flowers.

Fritillaria imperialis 'Slagzwaard' has lush green foliage, dark stems, and deep red-orange flowers.

Fritillaria imperialis 'Vivaldi' has lush green foliage, dark stems, and red flowers.

Fritillaria meleagris or chequered lily is an easy-to-grow fritillary with beautiful, tesselated warm purple and white bells.

Fritillaria michailovskyi is a short species with pendulous burgundy bells with yellow, flared tips. Each stem holds 1-4 flowers.

Fritillaria michailovskyi 'Multiflorum' is a special selection with up to 15-20 flowers per stem!

The nodding yellow flowers of Fritillaria pallidiflora are some of the last of the genus to bloom.

Fritillaria persica 'Alba' is not white but sports chartreuse green bells that will light up the darkest spring day.

'Bicolor' is a rare form of Fritillaria persica with tall spires of pendulous bells in shades of dusky purple and pastel green.