Content tagged with "landscaping"

Putting Native Plants to Work

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These natural tools make your landscape beautiful, resilient, and useful to wildlife. More

Reflections

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"Reflections" for the October 1997 Missouri Conservationist. More

Return of the Native... Shrubs

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Innovative landscapers use hardy native shrubs for a natural look. More

Right Tree in the Right Place

This brief publication helps you determine where and how to plant trees on your Missouri property. More

Screens for Small Yards

This four-page, two-color pamphlet shows you how to screen a small yard with Missouri's evergreen and deciduous trees and shrubs. More

Shrubby Fencerows make good Neighbors

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Fencerows provide crucial shelter, food and nesting areas for Missouri's wildlife. More

Tallgrass

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Prairie grasses are an attractive habitat to a wildflower garden. More

That Ornamental Could Be a Menace

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Shannon County residents learn the hard way that careful selection of your ornamentals may prevent heartache later. More
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The Mighty White Oak

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This important hardwood lumber tree shades yards, soothes homeowners and feeds urban wildlife. More

The Missouri Native Plant Society

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MONPS members care for native plants. More