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5+ months of striking two-toned blossoms.
Believe it! A Sunflower that comes back year after year.
An explosion of dramatic orange blossoms all summer.
Yellow blossoms on almost black stems, shade lover.
Non-stop violet-blue blossoms for months, easy to grow sun perennial.
Distinctive flowers and edible fruit on this Missouri native vine.
Here's something really special a new kind of Phlox.
Dwarf version of the beloved repeat blooming Lilac.
Thousands of magnificent deep pink blossoms.
Spicy clove scented uniquely colored blossoms.
The best in its class, it dazzles with majestic spires of ruby red flowers and black stems.
Easy to grow Missouri native vine.
2022 Perennial Plant Association Perennial Plant Of the Year
Mo native with slender green leaves highlighted with blue.
Top shade perennial highly recommended.
Host plant for the Black Swallowtail butterfly.
Hummingbirds find it from miles around.
You've never seen one like this.
Ruby red blossoms and ferny blue-green foliage.
Stunning red blossoms highlighted with yellow spring-fall.
Features distinctive azure blue flowers.
Flowers resemble the hood worn by medieval monks.
Its pinwheel rosettes resemble small swirling eddies of water.
A wicked delight with snaky, twisty foliage.
2018 Perennial Plant of the Year.
Majestic Missouri native grass.
Blooming powerhouse, 2016 Perennial Plant of the Year.
One of the longest blooming Anemones.
A crowd favorite for years.
A vigorous bloomer with multitudes of pure white blossoms.
2020 Perennial Plant Of The Year.
Outstanding short version of a Missouri Native Aster.
Shade loving Missouri native with clouds of rich blue flowers.
Billowing panicles of soft blue flowers in autumn.
A butterfly favorite and Missouri native.
Important Missouri native pollinator plant.
A top favorite of gardeners and critters.
Get out the sunglasses, you'll need them to view this brilliant gem.
Long time favorite.
Pretty pink blossoms.
Makes a fantastic ground cover for shade.
A flower color rarely seen.
Plump full-sized flowers on dwarf shrubs.
Showy pinky-purple flowers on dwarf shrubs.
Large pink flowers on dwarf shrubs.
Large white flowers on dwarf shrubs.
A royal beauty.
Ruby pink flowers on petite sized shrubs. Adored by butterflies.
Showy blue flowers are pollinator magnets.
Lilac blue flowers late summer into fall.
Cinderella Pink flowers late summer into fall.
Sapphire flowers on golden foliage.
Blooms for months mid-summer into fall.
Adorable flowers in the shape of turtle heads.
Popular native Missouri perennial with turtle head shaped flowers.
Dramatic plant for the shade garden.
Stunning specimen for wet spots.
Large pure white flowers are fully double and profuse, rare.
Stunning blossoms just keep coming and coming.
Top performer at prestigious trial garden, creates a brilliant display for 18 weeks!
An adorable cutie with season long brilliant color. Sun loving perennial.
Far superior than older varieties.
Largest flower of all Coreopsis, award winner.
Brilliant flowers for dry, hot spots keep coming all summer.
Spicy clove scented raspberry pink flowers spring through fall.
So versatile it can be used in mixed containers, perennial gardens, as a houseplant or fragrant gift plant.
Crazy fun heavily scented blossoms.
A super evergreen cutie with loads of flowers in spring.
Petals of white, dark pink, light pink and rose all at the same time.
A true perennial Foxglove, flowers for months.
BREEDING BREAKTHROUGH: All summer blooming, true perennial.
Only grows 12-15" tall.
One of the very best with magnificent blossoms.
A mega bloomer, vigorous and outstanding.
Gorgeous deep pink pompoms and dark purple stems.
Stunning pink and white pompom flowers.
A winning jewel.
A superior selection of the beloved Joe Pye Weed.
A smaller version of the beloved Joe-Pye Weed
A teeny tiny version of Joe-Pye Weed.
One of the largest Missouri native perennials.
Showy star shaped foliage.
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Brilliant yellow sunflowers.
Large bold Missouri native for the sun garden.
A brilliant combination of foliage and flowers.
Top shade choice for flowers and foliage.
Months of gorgeous blossoms.
One of the most spectacular of all Coral Bells.
Huge beautiful flowers, gorgeous variegated foliage.
One of the finest blue Hostas.
Huge blue leaves that can grow a whopping 11" long and 9" wide.
Something really different grown for flowers and foliage.
Its outstanding qualities earned it the prestigious 2021 Hosta Of The Year Award.
Magnificent flowers in spring then again in fall.
Stunning foliage and flowers.
This plant screams "LOOK AT ME."
With 5.5' flower stalks our largest Red Hot Poker.
As dramatic as the song with huge hot colored blossoms.
Top selection for years.
An important food source for pollinators.
#1 favorite nectar plant for Monarch butterflies, Mo native.
A Missouri native that delights humans and critters alike.
Huge purple spikes.
A favorite of humans and other critters.
Easy to grow ground cover.
Brings an explosive bloom in late summer.
No Mowing! No Watering! No Kidding! NoMo Lawn Alternative.
Far superior to other blue varieties.
Produces more blooms over a longer time than others.
Brilliant jewel toned pink blossoms.
Choice Missouri native perennial.
Majestic Missouri native perennial.
An important Missouri native pollinator food source.
Baby blue flowers from spring into fall.
Flowers appear all the way up its stem.
A purr-fect perennial it brings loads of dark indigo blue flowers.
Profuse blooming selection.
Brings the prettiest petals of soft white with a pink polka dot.
Its candy-like fragrance fills the air.
Missouri native with fragrant flowers for months.
Super fun two colored blossoms.
2020 Native of the Year.
Birds love this Missouri native's seeds.
An important food source for butterflies and hummingbirds.
Armloads of cut flowers.
Azure blue flowers midsummer through fall. Mo native.
A Missouri native perennial that looks like a tropical.
An important pollinator food source.
Important Mo. native pollinator plant.
Popular Missouri native grass that smells like popcorn.
Keep your eyes and nose delighted for months.
Tallest shade perennial.
Featured plant of the Missouri Prairie Foundation Grow Native Pollinator Buffet program.
A top choice for pollinators.
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