Tag Archives: Missouri natives

Glorious Black-Eyed Susans

A photo of Rudbeckia hirta and other native flowering plants

My mother used to say, “too much is too much, too little is too little, and enough is enough!”. Unless you’re on a dirt road, driving through endless farm fields, brimming with sunflowers, there can never be too little yellow flowers in the garden, because, in my opinion, a little yellow goes a long way.   By Scott Woodbury  

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Plants that Root for You!

picture of Amsonia

From bald eagles to pelicans, Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area located in Columbia, Missouri, is a haven for many of Missouri’s waterfowl. By Abby Lapides [This article was first published in the September 2019 issue of The Gateway Gardener.] From bald eagles to pelicans, Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area located in Columbia, Missouri, is a haven for many of Missouri’s waterfowl. Eagle

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Purples and Pinks in The Gateway Gardener Garden

In late April, purples and pinks are dominating the scene in The Gateway Gardener gardens. Click on any photo to view and click on the forward or backward arrows to move through the photo gallery. After the last slide, click inside the photo to close. (Note: if you choose the Slideshow option, the captions don’t appear, so if you want

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