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Fallopia japonica 'Variegata'

Fallopia japonica 'Variegata'

Formerly Polygonum cuspidatum, Japanese knot weed. A big, dramatic, plant 5-6 feet tall, with stems that look like bamboo and frothy masses of tiny white flowers in summer, with leaves splashed liberally with white. The straight species is extremely invasive, and there seem to be two different variegated forms out there, one that is an aggressive spreader, and then this one, which hasn't spread much at all for us. Tough to the point of fault, can take sun to fairly deep shade. Zone 4
$15.00

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Filipendula rubra venusta 'Magnifica'

Filipendula rubra venusta 'Magnifica'

The largest most spectacular species attaining 8' in height with huge plumes of deep rose flowers, a rare prairie species in Michigan with only a few colonies statewide.____ZONE 4
$15.00

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Filipendula ulmaria aurea

Filipendula ulmaria aurea

A nice gold leafed form that we got from Heronswood back in 1998, we finally have enough divisions to offer it, it has been slow.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Fragaria vesca 'Alpine Yellow'

Fragaria vesca 'Alpine Yellow'

We don't really grow food plants, but this alpine strawberry is just too cute and delicious to pass up. Significantly smaller in all its parts than the standard strawberries, makes an attractive mound of foliage and bears small, intensely sweet, flavorful and fragrant berries continuously all summer. Non-runnering, so it won't try and take over the whole garden, and the fruits are yellow when ripe which handily confuses birds enough that they won't eat them. A wonderful little edible/ornamental plant. Best fruiting in full sun, but can take a bit shade. Zone 4
$8.00

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