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Thousands of magnificent deep pink blossoms in late summer and fall. Top choice!
2022 Tree Of the Year, Missouri's Official State Fruit Tree
A Frankenstein Japanese Painted Fern with monstrous proportions
Missouri native tree with elaborate blooms.
One-of-kind flowers and fascinating foliage.
Tough plant that will thrive even in dry shade.
Believe it! A Sunflower that comes back year after year.
Tall and narrow shrub makes an excellent hedge.
Create a gorgeous blooming living wall with this sun-loving shrub.
Huge pink flowers bloom reliably year after year.
An explosion of dramatic orange blossoms all summer.
First in the world ground cover Shasta Daisy, grows 3-4" tall 20" wide.
Brilliant jewel toned pink blossoms. Considered the best in its class. Perennial.
Fantastic MO native evergreen ground cover for sun or shade.
Magnificent violet-pink blossoms.
Order roots now for fall planting.
Luminous blooms seem lit.
Order now for fall planting.
Brilliant blossoms. Has the largest flowers in its class. Sun to part shade perennial.
A superior selection of our Missouri native Indian Pink with multitudes of brilliant orange-red blossoms.
Dwarf version of the beloved repeat blooming Lilac.
The classic favorite with sweet heart-shaped blossoms.
The best in its class, it dazzles with majestic spires of ruby red flowers and black stems.
Its prolific blossoms just keep coming and coming all summer.
Large 16" flower stalks in hues of baby blue to lavender. Long-lived sun perennial.
Highly fragrant double flowers.
A riot of leaf color.
Pure drama for shade garden.
Large bold majestic plant for shade.
Warm shades of the desert. Easy to grow sun perennial.
Adorable white puffy flowers for months.
Long time favorite with silvery foliage.
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