Nursery closed Dec 24-Jan 30, reopens Feb 11.
2022 Shrub Of The Year. Ginormous weeping flowers. It's a tie, both Violet and Lilac Cascade are Shrub of the Year.
Abundant tasty fruit can be up to one pound in weight.
Exceptional Pawpaw tree with large tasty fruit and few seeds.
2022 Tree Of the Year, Missouri's Official State Fruit Tree
Missouri native tree with elaborate blooms.
Essential host plant for Monarch caterpillars. Mo Bot Garden's Plant of Merit winner.
#1 best selling Missouri native perennial.
Missouri native perennial.
Find the outstanding Peterson Pawpaw Trees at Sugar Creek.
Ginormous flowers panicles slightly weep.
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.
Missouri native shrub with showy purple berries.
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.
Dwarf variety of Missouri native. Showy flowers beloved by native wildlife.
Dwarf variety of Missouri Native. Show flowers beloved by native wildlife.
Brilliant rose flowers all season.
Award-winning fragrant pink flowers.
White fragrant flowers attract pollinators.
Fragrant white flowers.
A thornless climber that tolerates light shade.
Showy leaves in the growing season, red stems in winter.
Tough Missouri native perennial.
Award winning native shrub.
Magnificent native shrub.
Missouri native perennial for sunny spots.
The classic but with a twist--reliably hardy, unlike older varieties.
Missouri native perennial cactus.
Fun Missouri native perennial.
One of the most fragrant English Roses.
Top award winner, fantastic improvement over older varieties.
Birds love this Missouri native's seeds.
3" yellow pompoms appear mid-summer into fall.
A top choice to attract butterflies!
A Missouri native and Monarch magnet!
An important food source for butterflies and hummingbirds.
A never before seen color and form for a Black Eyed Susan.
Armloads of cut flowers.
Superior selection of our Missouri native Indian Pink with vibrant crimson trumpets.
Its beautiful ferny foliage turns gorgeous olive green in fall.
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