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Large dramatic red plumes soar to 45" tall.
2022 Shrub Of The Year. Ginormous weeping flowers. It's a tie, both Violet and Lilac Cascade are Shrub of the Year.
An adorable cutie with season long brilliant color. Sun loving perennial.
Petals of white, dark pink, light pink and rose all at the same time.
Deep violet flowers nonstop spring through fall.
Ruby red flowers nonstop spring through fall.
Absolutely the color of a ripe cantaloupe.
One-of-kind flowers and fascinating foliage.
Huge peach-orange flowers with yellow bands.
Believe it! A Sunflower that comes back year after year.
The most spectacular purple Coral Bell.
Knockout show of plump plumes on petite plants.
Shimmering silver foliage and brilliant pink blossoms.
Pollinator powerhouse with cherry red blossoms.
Non-stop violet-blue blossoms for months, easy to grow sun perennial.
An important food source for pollinators.
Brilliant blossoms. Has the largest flowers in its class.
Non stop sky blue blossoms spring into September.
A superior selection of our Missouri native Indian Pink with multitudes of brilliant orange-red blossoms.
No time, no worry, this cutie takes care of itself. Sun loving mini shrub.
Far superior to older varieties. Sun loving perennial.
Classic scarlet red flowers, hardy perennial.
Thousands of magnificent deep pink blossoms.
Spicy clove scented uniquely colored blossoms.
Fabulous colors, winner of major awards.
5+ months of striking two-toned blossoms.
Major award winner, unrivaled color, exceptional.
Fascinating intense blue flowers.
As pretty and frilly as a flower can be.
Parents are the Missouri native perennials.
The best red leafed Coral Bell.
Oh, this one sure is pretty!
The best in its class, it dazzles with majestic spires of ruby red flowers and black stems.
Easy to grow Missouri native vine.
2022 Missouri Native Plant Of The Year.
Gracing gardens since 1856.
Armloads of cut flowers all season.
Months of brilliant lavender blossoms.
Here's something really special a new kind of Phlox.
Top award winner, fantastic improvement over older varieties.
A never before seen color and form for a Black Eyed Susan.
Majestic flowers and powder blue foliage.
Its prolific blossoms just keep coming and coming all summer.
Top shade perennial highly recommended.
Multi Award Winning!
Host plant for the Black Swallowtail butterfly.
2022 Tree Of the Year, Missouri's Official State Fruit Tree
Striking foliage and flowers.
Lacy blue blooms spring into fall.
Lacy soft pink petals are edged in dark pink, blooms spring into fall.
Lacy pink blooms spring into fall.
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.
Vast improvement over older varieties.
Adorable white puffy flowers for months.
An absolutely gorgeous red.
Warm shades of yellow, peach, and orange all at the same time.
Ideal Missouri native plant for hot sunny spots.
Long time favorite with silvery foliage.
Large showy hard to find shrub.
Ideal for pollinator and cutting gardens.
Intense carmine blossoms all season.
Dense bright raspberry pink flowers bloom spring through fall.
Hummingbirds find it irresistible.
Foliage of burgundy, creamy white and green.
Top choice for shade ground cover.
World’s first-ever gold leafed version of favorite Ajuga Chocolate Chip.
Multicolored evergreen foliage.
Flamboyant leaves feature three colors.
Gorgeous foliage of pink to burgundy, creamy white and green.
Excellent ground cover for shade.
Flamboyant fringed flowers.
A true perennial, comes back year after year.
Huge rosy-red pompom blossoms continue for months.
Its pinwheel rosettes resemble small swirling eddies of water.
A wicked delight with snaky, twisty foliage.
2018 Perennial Plant of the Year.
Giant purple orbs.
Missouri native perennial with charming clusters of pink bells.
Our top #1 selling bulb.
Missouri native with soft sky blue blossoms.
Easy to grow and popular Missouri native perennial.
Award winning native with starry blue flowers.
Its wavy, ruffly foliage looks similar to curly parsley. Rare.
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.
Bubblegum pink flowers for months.
Eye catching flowers all summer long.
Grows anywhere--sun, shade, even dry shade.
Missouri native with fun flowers in the shape of a cat's paw.
A spectacular selection with huge flowers and compact foliage.
Adds exceptional beauty to the shade garden.
Exceptional garden performers with large showy blossoms. Shade loving perennial.
A color combination rarely seen in Columbine.
Large showy flowers for shade.
Exquisite 3″ wide, deep blue and white long spurred flowers.
Elegant lavender and white long spurred flowers.
Charming, dangling blossoms of red and yellow.
2020 Perennial Plant Of The Year.
A beautiful selection of our Missouri native.
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.
Yellow selection of the popular Missouri native perennial.
Important food source for Monarch butterflies.
Missouri native perennial.
Find the outstanding Peterson Pawpaw Trees at Sugar Creek.
Abundant tasty fruit can be up to one pound in weight.
Exceptional Pawpaw tree with large tasty fruit and few seeds.
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.
Long-time favorite red.
Excellent performer, staff favorite, highly recommended.
Makes a fantastic ground cover for shade.
Best reblooming Asilble.
Showy bicolor flower stalks.
A tough Missouri native perennial.
A Missouri native adored for its indigo blossoms.
Easy to grow Missouri native perennial.
Spectacular in bloom.
So beautiful you'll be torn to eat it or admire its beauty.
A staple in Thai cooking.
Perfect shade tree for a patio.
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.
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.
A beloved old-fashioned blue Cornflower.
Blooms for months mid-summer into fall.
Showy flowers on this easy native tree.
Adorable flowers in the shape of turtle heads.
Popular native Missouri perennial with turtle head shaped flowers.
Missouri native tree with elaborate blooms.
Has the taste of both onion and garlic.
Large pure white flowers are fully double and profuse, rare.
Brilliant rose flowers all season. Sun annual.
Award-winning fragrant pink flowers.
White fragrant flowers attract pollinators.
Black scalloped foliage. Thrives in sun or shade.
Adds vibrant color and texture to containers and landscapes.