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Missouri Recommended

Commercially available native plant species suitable for planned landscapes in Missouri. Visit our Suppliers Directory to locate businesses that sell native plants or seeds or provide professional landscape or consulting services in this state. Visit the Organizations Directory to locate native plant societies, conservation groups, governmental agencies, botanical gardens, arboreta, and other plant-related organizations in this state.

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Physocarpus opulifoliusCommon Ninebark
Atlantic Ninebark
Phlox pilosaDowny Phlox
Prairie Phlox
Fragrant Phlox
Physostegia virginianaFall Obedient Plant
False Dragonhead
Virginia Lions-heart
Platanus occidentalisAmerican Sycamore
Eastern Sycamore
American Plane Tree
Plane Tree
Buttonwood
Buttonball Tree
Polystichum acrostichoidesChristmas Fern
Polygonatum biflorumSmooth Solomon's Seal
Great Solomon's-seal
Sealwort
Populus deltoidesEastern Cottonwood
Carolina Poplar
Necklace Poplar
Alamo
Podophyllum peltatumMayapple
Indian Apple
Wild Mandrake
Pomme De Mai
Podophylle Pelt
Polemonium reptansGreek Valerian
Jacob's Ladder
Prunus americanaAmerican Plum
Wild Plum
Prunus serotinaBlack Cherry
Wild Black Cherry
Rum Cherry
Prunus virginianaChokecherry
Common Chokecherry
Choke Cherry
Pycnanthemum virginianumVirginia Mountain Mint
Quercus albaWhite Oak
Northern White Oak
Eastern White Oak
Stave Oak
Ridge White Oak
Forked-leaf White Oak
Quercus bicolorSwamp White Oak
Quercus macrocarpaBur Oak
Burr Oak
Savanna Oak
Overcup Oak
Prairie Oak
Mossy-cup Oak
Mossy-overcup Oak
Blue Oak
Quercus palustrisPin Oak
Swamp Spanish Oak
Quercus rubraNorthern Red Oak
Ratibida columniferaMexican Hat
Red-spike Mexican Hat
Upright Prairie Coneflower
Prairie Coneflower
Long-headed Coneflower
Thimbleflower
Ratibida pinnataGrayhead Coneflower
Gray-headed Coneflower
Grayhead Mexican Hat
Gray-headed Mexican Hat
Pinnate Prairie Coneflower
Yellow Coneflower
Rhus aromaticaFragrant Sumac
Aromatic Sumac
Lemon Sumac
Polecat Bush
Rhus glabraSmooth Sumac
Rosa blandaSmooth Rose
Early Wild Rose
Rosa setigera var. tomentosaClimbing Rose
Illinois Rose
Rudbeckia hirtaBlack-eyed Susan
Common Black-eyed Susan
Brown-eyed Susan
Blackeyed Susan
Rudbeckia subtomentosaSweet Coneflower
Sweet Black-eyed Susan
Sanguinaria canadensisBloodroot
Salix discolorPussy Willow
Glaucous Willow
Schizachyrium scopariumLittle Bluestem
Popotillo Azul
Sisyrinchium campestrePrairie Blue-eyed Grass
White-eyed Grass
Silphium laciniatumCompassplant
Compass Plant
Silphium perfoliatumCup Plant
Indian Cup
Silphium terebinthinaceumPrairie Rosinweed
Prairie Dock
Solidago nemoralisGray Goldenrod
Prairie Goldenrod
Oldfield Goldenrod
Grayleaf Goldenrod
Gray-leaved Goldenrod
Dyersweed Goldenrod
Dwarf Goldenrod
Field Goldenrod
Sorghastrum nutansIndiangrass
Yellow Indiangrass
Indian Grass
Solidago speciosaShowy Goldenrod
Noble Goldenrod
Solidago ulmifoliaElmleaf Goldenrod
Elm-leaved Goldenrod
Spiraea albaWhite Meadowsweet
Sporobolus heterolepisPrairie Dropseed
Spartina pectinataPrairie Cordgrass
Freshwater Cordgrass
Sloughgrass
Staphylea trifoliaAmerican Bladdernut
Symphyotrichum ericoidesWhite Heath Aster
Heath Aster
Symphoricarpos orbiculatusCoralberry
Indian Currant
Buckbrush
Thalictrum dasycarpumPurple Meadow-rue
Tall Meadow-rue
Meadow Rue
Thalictrum dioicumEarly Meadow-rue
Tilia americanaAmerican Basswood
American Linden
Lime Tree
Bee Tree
Tradescantia ohiensisOhio Spiderwort
Bluejacket
Typha latifoliaBroadleaf Cattail
Common Cattail
Uvularia grandifloraLargeflower Bellwort
Large-flower Bellwort
Merrybells
Uvularia sessilifoliaSpreading Bellwort
Straw Lily
Wild Oats
Merrybells
Sessile-leaf Bellwort
Sessile Bellwort
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Light requirement
 Sun - 6 or more hrs
 Part shade - 2 to 6 hrs
 Shade - 2 hrs or less

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Height (in feet)
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