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A Frankenstein Japanese Painted Fern with monstrous proportions
Fabulous colors, winner of major awards.
One-of-kind flowers and fascinating foliage.
Fantastic MO native evergreen ground cover for sun or shade.
Bring the gift of nature home with this beauty.
Major award winner.
Host plant for the Black Swallowtail butterfly.
Adorable white puffy flowers for months.
A Missouri native perennial for shade.
Flamboyant fringed flowers.
A true perennial, comes back year after year.
Classic scarlet red flowers, hardy perennial.
Huge rosy-red pompom blossoms continue for months.
Grows anywhere--sun, shade, even dry shade.
Missouri native with fun flowers in the shape of a cat's paw.
Charming, dangling blossoms of red and yellow.
Highly coveted, difficult to find, limited availability.
Shade loving Missouri native with clouds of rich blue flowers.
Billowing panicles of soft blue flowers in autumn.
Important Missouri native pollinator plant.
A top favorite of gardeners and critters.
Top selection with striking foliage.
Gargantuan 9-10″ leaves light up shade gardens.
Long time crowd favorite.
Bring beautiful form to your shade garden.
Adorable flowers in the shape of turtle heads.
Dramatic plant for the shade garden.
Our most enchanting plant.
Stunning specimen for wet spots.
This US native perennial thrives in hot spots and poor soil.
Choice Missouri native for butterflies.
One of the first blooms of spring.
Heart shaped blossoms for months.
A charming Missouri native perennial.
Gorgeous Missouri native perennial for natural and formal settings.
A superior selection of the beloved Joe Pye Weed.
A smaller version of the beloved Joe-Pye Weed
A teeny tiny version of Joe-Pye Weed.
One of the largest Missouri native perennials.
Top choice for dry shade.
Missouri native perennial Geranium.
Magnificent native shrub or small tree.
Full sized-bloom on dwarf plant.
Huge fluffy flowers reliably bloom in abundance every year. Comes in shrub or tree form.
Showy, award winning, easy-care.
One of the most spectacular of all Hydrangeas.
A popular native shrub with sunny yellow puff balls of blossoms.
Magnificent flowers in spring then again in fall.
A vast improvement over older varieties.
Fast spreading ground cover for shade.
An important food source for pollinators.
This heirloom plant has been grown in gardens since colonial times.
One of the first Missouri native perennials to bloom in early spring.
Hummingbirds adore its ruby red blossoms.
Winner of multiple highest awards.
A purr-fect perennial it brings loads of dark indigo blue flowers.
Dream plant for tough dry shade spots.
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