Content tagged with "Your Property"

Attend January workshops on landscaping with Missouri plants

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Landscape professionals and enthusiasts are invited to attend “Landscape Design with Missouri in Mind” from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday or Saturday, Jan. 28 or 29 at Mineral Area Community College, 5270 Flat River Road, Park Hills. More

Attend upcoming workshops on landscaping with Missouri plants

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blackeyed susan
Seating is limited for February workshops at Lake Ozark and March ones in Columbia. More

Attend workshops in Columbia on landscaping with native plants

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Registration deadline is Feb. 29. Seating is limited. More

Autumn Olive Control

Invasive autumn olive in fruit
Learn to identify and control this highly invasive non-native shrubby tree in Missouri. More

Autumn Olive Invasive Species Fact Sheet

Learn how to identify and control autumn olive, an invasive shrub that degrades native wildlife habitat throughout most of Missouri. More

Avoid invasive trees such as Bradford pear in landscape plantings

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ornamental pears
Bradford pear has become invasive species that harms native plants and trees which support wildlife. More

Avoid planting invasive trees such as the Bradford pear

Callery Pear
Gardeners and homeowners are urged to consider native alternatives for spring planting, such as the downy serviceberry. More

Bachman's Sparrow Best Management Practices

Manage your Missouri land to help this endangered species. More

Backyard Tree Care

From tree selection and planting to pruning guidelines, this section covers everything you need to know to take care of your backyard trees. More

Backyard Wildlife

By providing sources of food, water and cover, you can turn your yard into a lively place full of fun-to-watch Missouri wildlife. Topics in this section show you how. More