Azaleas on Alfred

One of the Missouri Botanical Garden’s most spectacular spring shows is headed Off-Broadway, so to speak. Specifically, to Alfred Avenue, the site of a make-shift nursery housing more than 300 of the Garden’s azaleas and rhododendrons. Here, they await a public encore in the near future. These showy, spring-blooming shrubs were moved to Alfred Avenue in 2020….

Gateway to the Garden

Announcing the Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center The new “Gateway to the Garden” is designed to enhance the guest experience; construction on the $95 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,…