Missouri native plants have lived in the region even before people settled here. They are well adapted to the extreme weather and provide food and shelter for important wildlife such as birds, bees, butterflies and insects.

A garden planted with Missouri natives is a sustainable landscape which will become easier to care for as it matures and will save money on water, fertilizer, pesticides and labor.

For a full database of Missouri Native Plants visit: http://grownative.org/native-plant-info/plant-picker/

Our Favorites

·         Post Oak

·         Prairie Blazing Star

·         Prairie Dropseed

·         Purple Coneflower

·         Purple Poppy Mallow

·         Purple Prairie Clover

·         Rattlesnake Master

·         Rose Mallow

·         Rose Turtlehead

·         Royal Catchfly

·         Sassafras

·         Showy Goldenrod

·         Slender Mountain Mint

·         Southern Blue Flag

·         Sumac

·         Tussock Sedge

·         Virginia Sweetspire

·         White False Indigo

·         White Fringetree

·         Whorled Milkweed

·         Winterberry 'Red Sprite'

·         Woodland Spiderwort

·         American Beautyberry

·         Bald Cypress

·         Blackgum

·         Blue False Indigo

·         Blue Lobelia

·         Butterfly Milkweed

·         Buttonbush

·         Cardinal Flower

·         Downy Serviceberry

·         Eastern Red Cedar

·         Eastern Redbud

·         Foxglove Beardtongue

·         Lanceleaf Coreopsis

·         Lead Plant

·         Little Bluestem Grass

·         Marsh/Swamp Milkweed

·         Missouri Coneflower

·         Missouri Primrose

·         New England Aster

·         New Jersey Tea

·         Ninebark

·         Ohio Spiderwort

·         Palm Sedge