Take advantage of the natural habitat and plant native wildflowers. Summer is a good time to do it and with a short drive to the nursery, everything you need is within reach.


Take advantage of the natural habitat and plant native wildflowers. Summer is a good time to do it and with a short drive to the nursery, everything you need is within reach.

Where to go
From Osage Beach it takes almost 30 minutes to get to the Missouri Wildflowers Nursery. With over 25 years of experience, these guys know what they are talking about and can offer suggestions on what to pick for your garden.

The nursery offers a vast number of native plants and flowers. Having been dug from the wild, the plants are well-adapted to the Midwest's sometimes harsh climate.

If you can't catch them when they are open, order online all year long.

Open March - October; Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sundays noon-5 p.m.; Weekdays only from July 17-Aug. 29
INFO 573-496-3492
EMAIL mowldflrs@socket.net
ONLINE?www.mowildflowers.net
ADDRESS 9814 Pleasant Hill Road, Jefferson City, MO

What you'll find

Hawthorn  The white hawthorn blossom is the official state floral emblem of Missouri. Known as the "red haw" or "white haw," the hawthorn is a member of the great rose family, which resembles the apple group. The hawthorn blossoms have greenish-yellow centers and form in white clusters. More than 75 species of the hawthorn grow in Missouri.