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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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Dodecatheon meadiaEastern Shooting Star
Shooting Star
Pride Of Ohio
Roosterheads
Prairie Pointers
Echinacea purpureaEastern Purple Coneflower
Purple Coneflower
Elymus canadensisCanada Wild Rye
Canadian Wildrye
Prairie Wildrye
Nodding Wildrye
Euphorbia corollataFlowering Spurge
Euthamia graminifoliaFlat-top Goldentop
Grass-leaved Goldenrod
Eupatorium perfoliatumCommon Boneset
Eutrochium purpureumPurple Joepyeweed
Sweet-scented Joepyeweed
Sweet Joepyeweed
Fraxinus americanaWhite Ash
American Ash
Cane Ash
Smallseed White Ash
Biltmore White Ash
Biltmore Ash
Fraxinus pennsylvanicaGreen Ash
Red Ash
Swamp Ash
River Ash
Water Ash
Darlington Ash
Fragaria virginianaVirginia Strawberry
Wild Strawberry
Gentiana albaPlain Gentian
Yellow Gentian
Cream Gentian
Gentiana andrewsiiClosed Bottle Gentian
Closed Gentian
Bottle Gentian
Geranium maculatumSpotted Geranium
Wild Geranium
Cranesbill
Gymnocladus dioicusKentucky Coffeetree
Stump Tree
Hamamelis virginianaWitch-hazel
American Witch-hazel
Common Witch-hazel
Winterbloom
Snapping Hazelnut
Striped Alder
Spotted Alder
Tobacco-wood
Water-witch
Helenium autumnaleCommon Sneezeweed
Fall Sneezeweed
Autumn Sneezeweed
Heliopsis helianthoidesSmooth Oxeye
Oxeye Sunflower
False Sunflower
Heuchera richardsoniiRichardson's Alumroot
Prairie Alumroot
Hypericum prolificumShrubby St. John's-wort
Hydrophyllum virginianumVirginia Waterleaf
Eastern Waterleaf
Shawnee Salad
Iris virginica var. shreveiShreve's Iris
Virginia Iris
Southern Blue Flag
Blue Flag
Juglans nigraBlack Walnut
Eastern Black Walnut
American Black Walnut
Juniperus virginianaEastern Red Cedar
Eastern Redcedar
Virginia Juniper
Red Juniper
Pencil Cedar
Carolina Cedar
Red Savin
Baton Rouge
Koeleria macranthaPrairie Junegrass
Junegrass
Prairie Koeler's Grass
Lespedeza capitataRoundhead Lespedeza
Roundhead Bush-clover
Round-headed Lespedeza
Round-headed Bush-clover
Liatris asperaTall Blazing Star
Tall Gayfeather
Tall Liatris
Rough Blazing Star
Rough Gayfeather
Rough Liatris
Button Snakeroot
Liatris cylindraceaOntario Blazing Star
Ontario Gayfeather
Ontario Liatris
Dwarf Blazing Star
Dwarf Gayfeather
Dwarf Liatris
Lilium michiganenseMichigan Lily
Turk's Cap Lily
Liatris pycnostachyaPrairie Blazing Star
Prairie Gayfeather
Prairie Liatris
Kansas Blazing Star
Kansas Gayfeather
Kansas Liatris
Cat-tail Blazing Star
Cat-tail Gayfeather
Cat-tail Liatris
Hairy Button-snakeroot
Lobelia cardinalisCardinal Flower
Lobelia siphiliticaGreat Blue Lobelia
Malus ioensisPrairie Crabapple
Iowa Crabapple
Western Crabapple
Prairie Crab
Iowa Crab
Western Crab
Maianthemum racemosum ssp. racemosumFeathery False Lily Of The Valley
False Spikenard
False Solomon's Seal
Solomon's Plume
Smilacina
Mertensia virginicaVirginia Bluebells
Mitchella repensPartridgeberry
Twinberry
Running Box
Pigeon Plum
Monarda fistulosaWild Bergamot
Beebalm
Oenothera biennisCommon Evening-primrose
King's Cure-all
Oenothera rhombipetalaDiamond Petal Primrose
Four-point Evening Primrose
Fourpoint Evening-primrose
Greater Four-point Evening-primrose
Opuntia humifusaLow Prickly Pear
Smooth Prickly Pear
Devil's Tongue
Opuntia macrorhizaBigroot Prickly Pear
Twist-spine Prickly Pear
Common Prickly Pear
Plains Prickly Pear
Osmunda cinnamomeaCinnamon Fern
Osmorhiza claytoniiClayton's Sweetroot
Hairy Sweet-cicely
Sweet Jarvil
Osmunda claytonianaInterrupted Fern
Ostrya virginianaEastern Hop-hornbeam
American Hop-hornbeam
Woolly Hop-hornbean
Eastern Ironwood
Roughbark Ironwood
Ironwood
Deerwood
Leverwood
Parthenocissus quinquefoliaVirginia Creeper
Pascopyrum smithiiWestern Wheatgrass
Panicum virgatumSwitchgrass
Wand Panic Grass
Penstemon digitalisMississippi Penstemon
Mississippi Beardtongue
Smooth White Penstemon
Smooth White Beardtongue
Talus Slope Penstemon
Talus Slope Beardtongue
Foxglove Penstemon
Foxglove Beardtongue
Peritoma serrulataRocky Mountain Bee-plant
Stinking-clover
Bee Spiderflower
Navajo Spinach
Pink Cleome
Toothed Spiderflower
Skunkweed
Phlox divaricata ssp. laphamiiLapham's Phlox
Blue Phlox
Sweet William
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