Farm to Table will be available as soon as produce is ready.
Full Sun - at least 6 hours of unobstructed direct sun
Partial Sun/Partial Shade - 4 to 6 hours of direct light . Preferably morning or early afternoon
Full Shade- bright light (often referred to as dappled light) or more than 2 hours but less than 4 hours of direct light.
Fragrant flowers, attractive to butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds, appear mid-summer to frost.
Prince Charming-(above) 3-4”tall and wide
White Profusion-5-6’ tall and wide
Black Knight- 6-8’ tall and wide
Carex Red Rooster-copper-bronze foliage stands 2’ tall.
Elymus Icy Blue-Missouri native grass typically 3-5’ tall.
Hakone grass (Japanese Forest Grass)-needs moist shade; 1-1.5’ tall.
Pink Hair Grass (Muhly Grass)-(above) Missouri native grows 2-3’ tall.
Decorative mounds 2-3’ tall and wide are covered with long-lasting small white flowers. Often used as cut flowers, plants will rebloom after being deadheaded. Drought tolerant and ignored by deer, they make an ideal addition to any sunny flowerbed.
Pike's Peak Purple (pictured) is a bushy perennial with short spikes of bright violet-purple trumpet flowers reading white throats rising above a lush foliage of lance-shaped, glossy green leaves. Cherry Sparks Penstemon feature bright red bell-like flowers that last twice as long as other penstemon.
Nicely compact, Fireball bee balm (above) blooms mid-summer with spikes of bright red flowers. Foliage is resistant to mildew. Will attract hummingbirds and butterflies, but will be deer and rabbit resistant. 1-2' tall and 1.5-2' wide. Petite Delight with large lavender-rose flowers and Grape Gumball with large magenta flowers are also available.
Lower growing than some of its cousins, Rudebeckia Marmalade (pictured) offers a warm and inviting shade of orange on large daisy like blooms. Marmalade tolerates partial shade, but will thrive in full sun. 1-2' tall and 1-2' wide. Goldilocks, a fully double bloom on long, sturdy stems offers a long bloom season and a long lasting ut flower.
Gaillardia Goblin is extremely heat and drought tolerant, once established. Showy banded flowers cover this plant from early summer into fall. A perfect addition to patio containers for summer color. 1' tall and 1.5' wide.
Snow on the Mountain is an easy-to-grow groundcover that quickly fills a confined space. Attractive all season long in shade to part shade areas.
Nepeta Candy Cat's large lavender pink flowers are held aloft by lightly toothed deep green foliage Flowers and leaves have a mild minty scent.
Easily grown in full sun to part shade. Remove flowering stems after bloom to encourage additional blooms. One of the early blooms that attract migrating hummingbirds. Biedermeier mix (pictured), canadensis, and alpina available.
Powwow White and Wildberry (above) will be available. Both have showy blooms that last all summer. Study upright stems make this a good choice for windy areas and for cutting gardens.
Indian Summer Cranberry (pictured), Caramel, and Citronelle are available. Plant in partial shade as full sun can cause leaf scorch. Do not plant in soil that does not drain well.
These blue daisies look great in flowerbeds. Drought tolerant once established, they require little attention to provide blooms for weeks on end.
Besides Snowcap (pictured) and Angel, the first ground cover daisy called Carpet Angel will be available. All grow best in full sun and well-drained soil.
Elegant but sturdy flower spikes are densely packed with pastel flowers. Blooming for weeks from late spring to late summer. Grow in full sun to part shade. 2-3' tall and 15-18" wide. Cherry Blossom (pictured) or Blue Butterfly are available.
These hardy perennials are a relative to the carnation. Fragrant double blooms appear in spring or early summer. Grows well in full sun or part shade. 12" tall and 14" wide. Peach Milk (pictured) or Raspberry are available.
Heliopsis are reliable for their very long season of bloom. The 3" yellow flowers are on long stems good for cutting. Summer Sun is the variety available.
Boris Avens Geum is a low-growing, mound-forming perennial boasting a profusion of brilliant orange flowers. A relative low maintenance plant that should be cut back in fall.
Hardy Geranium Orkney Cherry is known for attracting bees, beneficial insects, butterflies/moths, and other pollinators with its nectar rich flowers. Thriving in shade, their bright pink flowers offer a long season of beauty. Deadheading regularly helps to prolong bloom. 10-12" tall and 12-14" wide. Hardy geranium is also known as Cranesbill.
An herbaceous evergreen perennial that prefers shade to partial shade. Peppermint Ice features double light pink blossoms with darker pink edges and red-veined undersides. They bloom heavily from late winter to early spring.
A hardy hibiscus that are well branched with large flowers. 8" wide flowers have a cranberry red center and five overlapping white petals swirled with pink. Luna Pink Swirl grows 2 to 3 feet tall and wide.
Blue Angel (above) is a giant, blue-leaved hosta that grows in a mound to 3' tall and 4' wide. White flowers appear in early fall that attract pollinators. Patriot (green leaves with wide white margins) and Sum and Substance (one of the largest hostas) are also available.
Plants produce minty smelling flowers on upright spikes continuously from spring to first frost. The colors and aroma will keep hummingbirds coming to your garden all summer long. Sunrise Red (pictured), Sunrise Orange, Sunrise Salmon Pink, and Sunset Yellow are available.
Delmara Yellow Ice Plant has large, neon yellow, daisy-like flowers covering a spreading mat of succulent blue green foliage. Wonderful as a ground cover or wandering through stepping stones.
Lamium, also called Spotted Dead Nettle, is a semi-evergreen, mat-forming perennial noted for its heart-shaped, silvery-green leaves with wide dark green edges. Attractive purple flowers appear in late spring and continue sporadically into fall. Pictured is Purple Dragon Lamium.
A vigorous, spreading, mat-forming, and sun-loving phlox that grows only 6" tall but spreads up to 2'. Will tolerate hot, dry locations once established. Cut back by 1/2 after flowering to stimulate denser growth and a possible light rebloom. Candy Stripe (pictured), Emerald Blue, Fort Hill and Scarlet Flame. available.
Grenadine Dream produces fragrant reddish-purple flowers from July to October. Visited often by hummingbirds and butterflies, these plants will grow to about 20 inches tall and 18 inches wide at maturity.
The variety named Brilliant produces large scarlet-orange flowers in spring. Plants will go dormant in summer, so mix these plants into the middle of beds with tall perennials to cover up the browning foliage. 32-36" tall and 24" wide.
Party Girl features spire-like clusters of hollyhock-like flowers that appear in summer and attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Remove spent flower spikes to encourage additional blooms. Cut back to basal foliage in fall.
Preferring full sun, the Ozark Sundrops will tolerate some light afternoon shade. Also called Missouri Evening Primrose, these plants are great for rock gardens. The bright yellow flowers resemble poppies growing on a mat of dark green leaves 6-12" high and 12-18" wide.
Rose Marvel (pictured) reblooms without being cut back making it a wonderful addition to a sunny flowerbed. May Night blooms prolifically with deep purple-blue flowers but reblooms with deadheading and extra watering.
Royal Candles (above) is one of the showiest, longest blooming selections in the speedwell group. Easily cultivated in sun to part sun locations. Blooms from late spring to mid-summer. Attractive to butterflies. 10-12" tall and 12-15" wide. Also available are Waterperry Blue and Rose Improved
Blue Danube Stoke's aster is a versatile and showy native perennial that makes an attractive and low-maintenance garden addition. It begins blooming in late spring but is prized for its midsummer and fall flower show.
Crazy Cayenne (pictured) is a thread-leaf tickseed which grows in a domed, rounded, uniform habit. Sunfire has golden flowers with large, maroon centers on sturdy stems that are good for cutting. Double the Sun has big golden yellow semi double flowers that appear earlier than most Coreopsis.
Gaura Passionate Blush is a compact perennial whose new growth is burgundy with masses of ruby colored buds on short, dark red stems which open to deep pink blossoms from spring to fall. 2' tall and wide.