|Fagus sylvatica Fagaceae Europe.Genus name derived from Greek, meaning "to eat". During hunger nuts were grounded into flour. Valuable source of timber & a traditional medicine ingredient.
Felicia amelloides Compositae Cape Province,S.Africa
Ferraria uncinata Iridaceae South Africa. Flowers bad scented, attracting flies, mimicking asclepiad flowers
Ficus capensis Moraceae C to S Africa
Ficus carica Moraceae W.Asia - Caucasian Mts. to Arabian deserts.The first fruit tree mentioned in the Bible.One of the Seven species of the Land of Israel.
Ficus ingens Moraceae E.Southern Africa,Tropical Africa.Bushveld,grassland-in frost protected sites.Leaves are toxic to livestock,causing nervous disorders.Figs eaten by birds,monkeys & baboons.
Ficus salicifolia Moraceae Tropical Africa.Bushveld,rocky hills & ravines, along streams.Leaves are toxic,causing disorders & even death in cattle.
Flindersia australis Rutaceae Northeastern Australia.Rainforests along the coast.Valued as a timber,especially for flooring.
Fontanesia phillyreoides Oleaceae China
Forsythia europaea Oleaceae SE.Europe (Albania,Kosovo).In winter flower display on bare branches.
Fraxinus americana Oleaceae E North America.Deciduous tree .Rich woodland on well-drained soils.One of the most valuable of the NA. timbers..
Fraxinus latifolia Oleaceae W.USA.Mts. from Washington to California.
Fraxinus ornus Oleaceae S Europe& Turkey. Aromatic white flowers unique for ash species. Autumn foliage.
Fraxinus oxycarpa Oleaceae S.Europe,N.Africa
Fraxinus oxyphylla Oleaceae S.Europe,N.Africa
Fraxinus profunda Oleaceae Dist:E.USA.Swamps & inundated river bottoms.
Fraxinus syriaca Oleaceae E.Mediterranean & SW. Asia.Rare plant in Israel.Along streams.
Fraxinus uhdei Oleaceae C.America.Grows in dry areas.
Fraxinus velutina Oleaceae SW. USA, N.Mexico.Grows in dry areas & desert canyons.
Freesia corymbosa Iridaceae S Africa. Winter blooming bulb. Flowers scented
Fritillaria persica Liliaceae Israel to Turkey and Iran. Flowers pending, protecting pollen from rain. Protected plant in Israel.