2022 Native Plant Sale plants

Below are all the plants in the Plant Sale. To find out more about each, copy the Latin name (common names vary) of the plant you are interested in and paste it into the Missouri Botanical Gardens Plant Finder. These will be available the day of the sale for $4 each, or you can purchase three plants for $10.

If you want to see which plants you can order ahead of time in Bloom Boxes, go to the Native Plant Sale Bloom Box page. You can order the Bloom Boxes online until June 1, 2022.

  • Achillea milleflorum (Common yarrow)
  • Adiantum pedatum (N. maidenhair fern)
  • Agastache foenimculum (Blue giant hyssop)
  • Allium cerium (Nodding wild onion)
  • Anemone candensis (Meadow anemone)
  • Anemone cylindrica (Thimbleweed)
  • Asclepias incarnata (Swamp milkweed)
  • Asclepias speciosa (Showy Milkweed)
  • Asclepias sullivanti (Prairie milkweed)
  • Asclepias tuberosa (Butterfly milkweed)
  • Asclepias vertcillata (Whorled milkweed)
  • Asclepias viridian (Spider milkweed)
  • Baptisia alba (White wild indigo)
  • Baptisia australis v. m. (Blue indigo)
  • Baptisia bracteate v. leu. (Cream wild indigo)
  • Blephilia ciliata (Ohio horsemint)
  • Blephilia hirsute (Hairy pagoda)
  • Bouteloua curtipendula (Side oats grama)
  • Bouteloua dactyloides (Buffalo grass)
  • Bouteloua gracilis (Blue grama grass)
  • Callirhoe bushii (Bush’s poppy mallow)
  • Callirhoe involucrate (Purple poppy mallow)
  • Carex blanda (E. woodland sedge)
  • Carex pensylvanica (Common oak sedge)
  • Carex x subimpressa (Sedge)
  • Clinopodium arkansanum (Limestone calamint)
  • Coreopsis lanceolata (Sand coreopsis)
  • Coreopsis palmata (Prairie coreopsis)
  • Dalea candida (White prairie clover)
  • Echinacea angustifolia (Narrow purple coneflower)
  • Echinacea paradoxa (Yellow coneflower)
  • Echinacea purpurea (Broad-l. purple coneflower)
  • Echinacea simulata (Glade coneflower)
  • Glandularia canadensis (Rose verbena)
  • Heliopsis helianthoides (False sunflower)
  • Heuchera richardsonii (Prairie alum root)
  • Iris fulva (Copper iris)
  • Iris virginica (Blue flag iris)
  • Juncus dudleyi (Dudley’s rush)
  • Justicia americana (American water willow)
  • Liatris aspera (Rough blazing star)
  • Liatris pycnostacha (Prairie blazing star)
  • Liatris spicata (Marsh blazing star)
  • Lobelia cardinals (Cardinal flower)
  • Lobelia siphilitica (Great blue lobelia)
  • Lysimachia ciliata (Fringed loosestrife)
  • Lythrum alatum (Winged loosestrife)
  • Mimulus ringens (Monkey flower)
  • Monarda bradburiana (Eastern bee balm)
  • Oenothera macrocarpa (Large-flower primrose)
  • Oligoneuron riddellii (Riddell’s goldenrod)
  • Optunia humifusa pads (Prickly pear cactus)
  • Optunia macrorhiza pads (Plains pear cactus)
  • Packera obovate (Roundleaf ragwort)
  • Parthenium integrifolium (Wild quinine)
  • Penstemon cobaea (Lg-flowered penstemon)
  • Penstemon digitalis (Beardtongue)
  • Phemyranthus calycinus (Rock pink)
  • Phlox divaricata (Blue/woodland phlox)
  • Phlox Pilosa (Sand prairie phlox)
  • Physostegia virginiana (Prairie obedient plant)
  • Polemonium reptans (Jacob’s ladder)
  • Potentilla arguta (Prairie cinquefoil)
  • Pycnanthemum tenuifolium (Slender mountain mint)
  • Ratibita columnifera (Upright coneflower)
  • Rosa carolina (Carollina rose)
  • Rudbeckia hirta (Black-eyed susan)
  • Rudbecka missouriensis (Mo orange coneflower)
  • Rudbeckia submentosa (Sw. black-eyed susan)
  • Ruellia humilis (Wild petunia)
  • Salvia azurea (Blue sage)
  • Scutellaria inana (Hoary skullcap)
  • Sedum ternatum (Wild stonecrop)
  • Silene regia (Royal catchfly)
  • Solidago rugosa (Wrinkle-leaf goldenrod)
  • Sporobolus heterolepsis (Prairie dropseed)
  • Stylophorum diphylium (Celadine poppy)
  • Symphyotrichum sericeum (Silky aster)
  • Tephrosia virginiana (Goat’s rue)
  • Thalictrum thalictroides (Rue anemone)
  • Thelypteris palustris (Marsh shield fern)
  • Tradescantia occidentalis (Prairie spiderwort)
  • Zizia aurea (Golden alexander)

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