Shaw Wildflower Market

SATURDAY, MAY 9, 2015
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Pre-sale for Garden members only
FRIDAY, MAY 8, 2015
4 to 7:30 p.m.

Largest Selection of Native Wildflowers Available in the St. Louis Area

Admission is $5 per person, $3 for seniors and students 13+. Free to Missouri Botanical Garden Members and Shaw Nature Reserve Passholders and their children (age 18 and under).

Shaw Nature Reserve and several nurseries from throughout the area will offer hundreds of varieties of Missouri native annual and perennial wildflowers, ferns, trees and shrubs to use in home landscaping and to attract wildlife. The sale will feature the showiest and hardiest native plants for sun or shade, including purple coneflower, butterfly milkweed, blazing star, dwarf crested iris, cardinal flower, compass plant, wild phlox, ostrich fern, red buckeye, fringe tree and short-leaf pine.

Plants will be for sale from Shaw Nature Reserve, Wild Ones, Missouri Wildflowers Nursery, Forest Keeling Nursery,  Pan’s Garden, Andy's Native Plants, Ozark Berry Farm, St. Francis Mountain Natives, and DJM Ecological Services. All vendor accept cash or checks. Missouri Wildflower Nursery accepts credit cards, cash, or checks.  Please pay each vendor separately.

MISSOURI  NATIVE PLANTS of the prairie, wetland, woodland and savanna will be available. All plants sold will be nursery propagated (i.e., not wild harvested).

Shaw Nature Reserve Booth 2014 Plant List(Will update closer to the event)

2014 market vendors included:

Non Profit Organizations: 
Wild Ones St. Louis
Audubon St. Louis
Missouri Native Plant Society
Habitat Helpers
Missouri Prairie Foundation
The Botanical Institute
Missouri Botanical Garden
Shaw Nature Reserve books

 Music:
Augusta Bottoms Consort
(Friday 4 - 7:30 pm)  

Market Vendors:
Edge-Clif Winery
Restore My Soul Photos
Garden Girls STL
Great Harvest Bread
Williams Brother Meats
Doris Malon Baskets
Ross Malone Books
Berry Nutty Farm
Colleen’s Irish Toffee
Yvonne’s Honey
Janet’s Felts
Mastermind Vodka
Jasbo Salsa

Come buy your plants and other farmers market items while enjoying live music on Friday by Augusta Bottoms Consort.

Before or after shopping, take time to explore the 2,400-acre Nature Reserve, where the Whitmire Wildflower Garden offers a lovely example of home landscaping with Missouri native plants. Explore the tallgrass prairie, walk the boardwalk in the wetland or visit the historic Bascom House.