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Pure drama for shade garden.
Offered in-house and online.
Large bold majestic plant for shade.
Ideal Missouri native plant for hot sunny spots.
Flowers resemble the hood worn by medieval monks.
A Missouri native perennial for shade.
Delightfully scented, bell shaped violet-blue flowers.
Hardy Agapanthus! Comes back year after year.
Dense bright raspberry pink flowers bloom spring through fall.
Huge rosy-red pompom blossoms continue for months.
Missouri native with soft sky blue blossoms.
A favorite of garden designers.
Easy to grow and popular Missouri native perennial.
Popular plant with starry blue flowers.
Thousands of magnificent deep pink blossoms.
Blooming powerhouse, 2016 Perennial Plant of the Year.
A crowd favorite for years.
Charming, dangling blossoms of red and yellow.
Brilliant white long lasting blossoms.
Highly coveted, difficult to find, limited availability.
Important food source for butterflies, bees, and other pollinators.
Essential host plant for Monarch caterpillars.
Important food source for Monarch butterflies.
Missouri native perennial.
Long time favorite variety.
For you connoisseurs.
Missouri native with clouds of rich blue flower.
Winner of #1 Best Aster in evaluation study.
Billowing panicles of soft blue flowers in autumn.
Important Missouri native pollinator plant.
A top favorite of gardeners and critters.
Fascinating foliage and flowers for shade garden.
Scrumptious pink blossoms.
Robust, vigorous variety.
Large dramatic red plumes soar to 45" tall.
Excellent performer, staff favorite, highly recommended.
Enjoy 5 months of flowers with Reblooming Azaleas!
Cherry red flowers bloom for months.
Offered in house.
Blooms spring, summer and fall. Perfect in formal and woodland gardens.
Snow white flowers complete encase this mid sized shrub in spring.
Hot red flowers brighten shady spots.
Screaming-hot pink flowers dominate the landscape in spring.
A tough Missouri native perennial.
Easy to grow Missouri native perennial.
Spectacular in bloom.
Ruby pink flowers on petite sized shrubs. Adored by butterflies.
Award winning evergreen shrub. Perfect for foundations and hedges.
Missouri native shrub with showy purple berries.
Unique long blooming annual. Award winning!
Bring beautiful form to your shade garden.
Popular native Missouri perennial with turtle head shaped flowers.
White fragrant flowers attract pollinators.
Choice Missouri native for butterflies.
Few plants can match these flamboyant blooms.
Pearl-like flower buds over lime-yellow foliage.
Bring brilliant color to your shade garden.
Fantastic color for your toughest spots even dry shade.
Showy foliage that thrives just about anywhere - even dry shade!
Missouri Botanical Gardens Plant of Merit Winner.
A rare Missouri native perennial. Offered in-house.
Missouri native perennial for natural and formal settings.
Loaded with outstanding attributes. Offered in-house.
Our favorite true red Coneflower. Offered in-house.
Great Missouri native for hot, dry areas.
Petite shrub with showy flowers and foliage.
Mild subtle flavor, bulbs.
Fun to grow.
Beautiful true blue flowers.
Missouri native perennial for sunny spots.
Large bold Missouri native for the sun garden.
Tiny shrub with huge white flowers.
Bright pink flowers guaranteed to bloom every year.
Full sized-bloom on dwarf plant.
Masses of showy flowers guaranteed to bloom.
Stunning blue flowers.
Large intensely colored flowers.
Easy-care miniature shrub. Perfect for landscapes or mixed in perennial gardens.
Male pollinator for the Female Winterberry. Dwarf version of the beloved Missouri native shrub.
Huge red berries on dwarf nativar shrub.
One of the best Repeat Blooming German Iris.
Magnificent flowers in spring then again in fall.
Beautiful scented flowers on a tough small shrub that adapts to many different soil and light conditions.
Sweetly scented flowers bloom on an easy-going shrub that grows almost anywhere.
As dramatic as the song with huge hot colored blossoms. Offered in-house and online.
Huge wonderfully fragrant flowers can be 4" wide.
Top award winner.
An important food source for pollinators.
Important Missouri native plant for pollinators.
One of the most popular Missouri native perennials.
A lily that looks like a rose.
Shimmering silver foliage and brilliant pink blossoms.
Hot ruby red blossoms and dark foliage.
Cottage garden favorite.
An important Missouri native pollinator food source.
Thin green blades and clouds of rosy-pink blossoms.
Flowers appear all the way up its stem.
Major award winner.
Some say the world's most fragrant Peony.
This trickster looks like two different peonies, it opens dark pink then turns to white.
The long time favorite pink Peony.
Interesting Missouri native perennial.
No shrinking violet it screams "Look at me!"
Extremely fragrant and disease resistant.
Available in-house and online.
Fully double cherry red flowers bloom on disease resistant shrubs.
Showy pink flowers bloom prolifically on easy-care shrubs.
Pure white flowers bloom profusely over dark green, disease resistant foliage.
First-ever Rose resistant to Rose Rosette disease!
Dwarf thornless Blackberry bushes. Perfect for small gardens and children!
Color-changing foliage on low-maintenance shrub!