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Extremely showy peeling bark.
Warm shades of the desert. Easy to grow sun perennial.
Ruby red blossoms and ferny blue-green foliage.
Stunning red blossoms highlighted with yellow spring-fall.
Far superior to older varieties. Sun loving perennial.
An absolutely gorgeous red.
Ideal Missouri native plant for hot sunny spots.
Long time favorite with silvery foliage.
Multi seasonal nativar perfect for most locations.
Adorable and rugged petite shrub.
Showy Missouri native shrub. Tolerates wet soils.
Important food source for Monarch butterflies.
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.
Outstanding short version of a Missouri Native Aster.
Large 16" flower stalks in hues of baby blue to lavender. Long-lived sun perennial.
Showy bicolor flower stalks.
A Missouri native adored for its indigo blossoms.
Perfect shade tree for a patio.
Showy blonde flowers hold for months on end over wispy foliage.
Ginormous flowers panicles slightly weep.
2022 Shrub Of The Year. Ginormous weeping flowers. It's a tie, both Violet and Lilac Cascade are Shrub of the Year.
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.
Crisp variegation and showy plumes.
Early to flower, multiple major award winning grass.
Missouri native shrub with showy purple berries.
Award winning Missouri native shrub with highly scented flowers.
Showy blue flowers are pollinator magnets.
Lilac blue 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.
Popular native Missouri perennial with turtle head shaped flowers.
Curled blossoms in shades of pink.
Award-winning fragrant pink flowers.
White fragrant flowers attract pollinators.
Highly scented selection with double the petals.
An improved selection with twice the flower power of the species.
A favorite shade loving ground cover.
Showy leaves in the growing season, red stems in winter.
Edible native shrub with showy spring flowers. Grows in sun or shade.
Showy foliage and airy flowers on a small tree.
Showy foliage, unique flowers and tough as nails.
One of the first blooms of spring.
Gorgeous ferny foliage and beet red flowers.
Soft pink heart shaped blossoms appear for months.
Soft pink heart shaped blossoms appear for months. Offered in-house.
Bring over the top charm to your shade garden.
Just like the classic favorite but with pale pink heart-shaped blossoms.
Bring brilliant color to your shade garden.
The classic favorite with sweet heart-shaped blossoms.
Just like the cherished Old Fashioned Bleeding Heart but with ruby red blossoms.
Fantastic color for your toughest spots even dry shade.
Showy foliage that thrives just about anywhere - even dry shade!
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.
Blue flowers unlike any other.
Fascinating intense blue flowers.
Masses of unique steel-blue flowers, sun perennial.
Great Missouri native for hot, dry aeas.
One of the largest Missouri native perennials.
Missouri native with spectacular plumes of pink.
Top choice for dry shade.
2015 Perennial Plant Of The Year.
Winner of multiple top awards.
Award winning native shrub.
Magnificent native shrub or small tree.
Missouri native perennial for sunny spots.
Brilliant pompom flowers all summer into fall. Easy to grow sun perennial.
Popular Missouri native with people and pollinators.
Daylily connoisseurs' top choice.
A repeat bloomer with double rosy red blossoms.
Long time favorite Daylily.
Spectacular 14" blossoms create stunning displays.
Top Missouri native shrub.
Pink flowers create a flutter of activity in the garden!
A popular native shrub with sunny yellow puff balls of blossoms.
Male pollinator for the Female Winterberry. Dwarf version of the beloved Missouri native shrub.
Huge red berries on dwarf nativar shrub.
Huge red berries on dwarf nativar shrub which are perfect for cut arrangements.
Plump red berries adorn the winter landscape.
Dwarf male pollinator for Winterberries.
A delightful Missouri native Iris for shade.
A delightful Missouri nativar with showy blue flowers.
Missouri native Iris for wet spots.
Fun nativar with sweetly scented white flower spikes.
Beautiful scented flowers on a rugged, adaptable shrub.
Beautiful scented flowers on a tough small shrub that adapts to many different soil types.
Sweetly scented flowers bloom on an easy-going shrub that grows almost anywhere.
#1 favorite nectar plant for Monarch butterflies, Mo native.
Huge purple spikes.
A favorite of humans and other critters.
The classic but with a twist--reliably hardy, unlike older varieties.
Missouri native host plant to Spicebush Swallowtail butterfly.
An important Missouri native pollinator food source.
Top Missouri native perennial highly recommended.
A superior selection of our beloved Missouri Evening Primrose, sun perennial.
Easy to grow Missouri native fern.
Missouri native perennial cactus.
Fast spreading groundcover with glossy evergreen foliage.
Wine red fronds on tough plants.
Interesting Missouri native perennial.
Glossy purple black leaves with large lavender flower spires.
An important food source for pollinators.
Makes a fantastic ground cover in sunny areas.
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