The best cherry blossom display in the midwest is in St. Louis, right here at the Missouri Botanical Garden.
You can learn a lot about St. Louis simply by reading the signs. Street signs that is. The city’s unique mix of Native American, French, and German influences are prominently posted on street corners in neighborhoods north, south, and everywhere in between. There are streets named after wives, daughters, lawyers, landowners, famous places, cultural icons,…
There will be more plants at your fingertips, thanks to five new plant emoji being added in 2020.
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It takes a bit of Christmas magic to grow holiday evergreens in the St. Louis region.
Museum wins architecture award, Record-setting water lily, Garden Glow
It’s not every day you have the chance to live inside a home Henry Shaw built.
With something for everyone, Garden Glow offers the most complete holiday experience in the St. Louis region.
Plant identification is one of the most common questions received by the Horticulture Answer Service at the Missouri Botanical Garden. And it’s an important one, too. Before you know how to care for a plant, you need to know what it is. The same is as true for trees as it is for tomatoes and…
Announcing the Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center The new “Gateway to the Garden” is designed to enhance the guest experience; construction on the $92 million project begins in January and requires no taxpayer funding. This week the Missouri Botanical Garden announced plans for the new Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center to enhance the guest experience,…
Plants and sports intersect more than you might realize.
Scientists Awarded, Stanley Cup Visits Garden, First Installation of Garden’s Solar Initiative