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2022 Tree Of the Year, Missouri's Official State Fruit Tree
Missouri native tree with elaborate blooms.
A Missouri native perennial for shade.
Missouri native perennial with charming clusters of pink bells.
Award-winning Missouri native tree. Showy multi-seasonal interest.
Award winning native with starry blue flowers.
A delightful Missouri native with delicate flowers and foliage.
Charming, dangling blossoms of red and yellow.
Distinctive tubular hooded flowers.
Showy Missouri native shrub. Tolerates wet soils.
Top Missouri native perennial ground cover for shade.
Missouri native with clouds of pink blossoms.
Highly coveted, difficult to find, limited availability.
Important food source for butterflies, bees, and other pollinators.
Essential host plant for Monarch caterpillars. Mo Bot Garden's Plant of Merit winner.
#1 best selling Missouri native perennial.
Important food source for Monarch butterflies.
Missouri native perennial.
Shade loving Missouri native with clouds of rich blue flowers.
Winner of #1 Best Aster in evaluation study.
Billowing panicles of soft blue flowers in autumn.
A Missouri native adored for its indigo blossoms.
Missouri native shrub with showy purple berries.
2019 Native of the Year.
Award winning Missouri native shrub with highly scented flowers.
Large Missouri native tree that produces delicious edible nuts.
Showy bark, edible nuts on this pretty native tree.
Dwarf variety of Missouri native. Showy flowers beloved by native wildlife.
Dwarf variety of Missouri Native. Show flowers beloved by native wildlife.
Bright flowers pretty foliage.
Popular native Missouri perennial with turtle head shaped flowers.
Named 2021 Missouri Native Plant Of The Year for its outstanding qualities.
This US native perennial thrives in hot spots and poor soil.
Choice Missouri native for butterflies.
Popular Missouri native tree.
A charming Missouri native perennial.
Missouri Botanical Gardens Plant of Merit Winner.
A rare Missouri native perennial.
Gorgeous Missouri native perennial for natural and formal settings.
Tough Missouri native perennial.
Great Missouri native for hot, dry areas.
One of the largest Missouri native perennials.
Award winning native shrub.
Magnificent native shrub.
Missouri native perennial for sunny spots.
Popular Missouri native with people and pollinators.
Preorder now for spring, 2022 pickup.
Top Missouri native shrub.
Spectacular 14" blossoms create stunning displays.
Pink flowers create a flutter of activity in the garden!
A delightful Missouri native Iris for shade.
Missouri native Iris for wet spots.
An important food source for pollinators.
Huge purple spikes.
A favorite of humans and other critters.
Showy Missouri native, loved by butterflies.
Missouri native host plant to Spicebush Swallowtail butterfly.
Choice Missouri native perennial.
Majestic Missouri native perennial.
Important Missouri native pollinator plant.
An important Missouri native pollinator food source.
Top Missouri native perennial highly recommended.
Missouri native perennial cactus.
Dream plant for tough dry shade spots.
Fantastic MO native evergreen ground cover for sun or shade.
Missouri native with fragrant flowers for months.
Makes a fantastic ground cover in sunny areas.
Showy native shrub. Perfect for borders, erosion control and pollinator gardens.
Top Missouri native ground cover for shady areas.
2020 Native of the Year.
3" yellow pompoms appear mid-summer into fall.
A Missouri native and Monarch magnet!
Armloads of cut flowers.
Azure blue flowers midsummer through fall. Mo native.
A Missouri native perennial that looks like a tropical.
Superior selection of our Missouri native Indian Pink with vibrant crimson trumpets.
Popular long blooming Missouri native.
Its beautiful ferny foliage turns gorgeous olive green in fall.
Easy to grow Missouri native perennial.
An enchanting Missouri native shade perennial.
Featured plant of the Missouri Prairie Foundation Grow Native Pollinator Buffet program.
Majestic wine colored blossoms on candelabra-like flower stalks.
A top choice for pollinators.
Host plant for the Black Swallowtail butterfly.
Missouri native fern.
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