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Snakeroot Saga

Swallowtail butterflies are among the largest and most brightly colored butterflies in the US. The curved “tail” extending from the hind wing gives the butterfly its name because it looks similar to the graceful wing formation on the birds known … Continue reading

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May 19th sale at Tricycle Farms in Fayetteville

Ozark Native Plants will be selling our plants at Tricycle Farm’s plant sale and open house this Saturday, May 19th. The plant sale begins at 11 and ends at 2 PM. We will have a large selection of native plants … Continue reading

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2018 Plant Sale at Botanical Garden of the Ozarks

In between the raindrops today, we are packing up Ozark Native Plants for the plant sale this weekend. We will have a big booth set up at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks this Friday and Saturday. Friday night (5 … Continue reading

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Native Plant Sale at Ozark Natural Foods April 7-8

Ozark Native Plants will have our booth set up this weekend for Owner Appreciation Weekend at Ozark Natural Foods (1554 N. College, Fayetteville). Our hours will be 9 to 5 on Saturday and 10 to 3 on Sunday. This is … Continue reading

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Selling Native Plants at Fayetteville Seed Exchange

Ozark Native Plants is getting off to an early start this year. This coming Saturday, March 17th, we’ll be selling native plants at the Fayetteville Seed Exchange, put on by Tricycle Farms. The sale is from noon til 3:30 PM … Continue reading

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In Praise of the Common….

Virginia Creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia) is a common Ozark native with many admirable qualities, but many people overlook this versatile climber and rip it out of the ground as a weed! News flash! Many native plants are regarded as “weeds” by … Continue reading

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Ozark Flower Detective

I am constantly learning more about native plants even while vacationing! I was driving in the Missouri Ozarks last week and saw a large stand of Missouri primrose flowers in full bloom along both sides of the highway. The bright … Continue reading

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Prairie Onions

Plant lovers are often book lovers, too! We sometimes locate new additions to our native plant list while reading a magazine, catalogue or book. Jeanne had already selected Allium stellatum or prairie onion, and had it growing in pots when … Continue reading

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Early Spring Shade Plants

Our native plants all winter outside. I put a sign up at our sale table at the Dig In in early March that the plants still had the “Winter Look”. But, all that has changed now. Every day as I … Continue reading

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