They’re monsters. The new Jurassic Begonias’ leaves can grow a whopping 5-9″ depending on the variety. Here’s a pic of Watermelon. Plants prefer shade to the deepest shade and rich, moist soil. Soil must be well drained as wet conditions are not tolerated. We’re finding they are excellent plants for shady containers.
In 1997, the ‘New Dawn’ rose was voted the most popular rose in the world at the World Convention of Rose Societies. Why? Because it has it all!
It’s easy to see why this rose has become the gold standard for repeat-blooming climbers. We’ve had one at the nursery for more than 10 years planted right outside the gift shop. And it’s blooming now — stopping traffic. Look at these pictures, lean in and just breathe in the sweet scent…Read more here.
Do you want to join the native garden movement but don’t know where to start?
We’ve put together this video to help you out. Abby will fill you in on the Missouri native perennials that will keep your garden blooming spring through fall.