Lush gardens and anything and everything pertaining to landscaping.

    The Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House, a division of the Missouri Botanical Garden located in St. Louis County, opened to the public in 1998. It features an 8,000-square-foot glass conservatory...

    Steve Schultz didn’t ask it in so many words, but landscape designer Jim Graeler knew what he was thinking.

    It was 21 years ago and Steve had just purchased a contemporary, window-filled...

    Sculpt and shape your favorite evergreen into an interesting art form. Topiaries are a classic look that thrive in cold weather seasons.

    “Topiary is not something I use often, but I like...

    This inspirational garden honors the life and accomplishments of the extraordinary scientist and native Missourian who greatly influenced 19th and 20th century agriculture and education. Carver...

    Local landscapers share their favorite naturalizing bulbs. You can count on these bulbs to come up year after year. 

    “These little goblet-shaped flowers are the first sign of spring. Crocus...

    The sacred lotus, Nelumbo nucifera, is a rhizomatous aquatic perennial native to the rivers and ponds of Asia and northern Australia. The plant’s life cycle is steeped in symbolism, as stalks and...

    You’ve seen his talents at The Muny and at Straub’s grocery stores, and he’s all over the Warson Woods Antique Mall. But Rand Rosenthal’s talents have nothing to do with song and dance or...

    If you’re tired of watering the lawn, switch up grass for rocks with a modern rock garden. Appreciate their natural, rugged beauty, plus they are low maintenance. SLHL asked local landscapers to...

    The Tower Grove House, Garden founder Henry Shaw’s restored country residence, is located in the Lichtenstein Victorian District. After an extremely successful business venture, Shaw retired and...

    Over the river (okay, what you ford is really a shallow stream) and through the woods…down a long gravel road that turns into a steep gravel driveway…but what you come to on top of a high hill in...

    Planting particular varieties of vegetables or flowers together can be beneficial to both plants. Companion planting ensures your garden will thrive. Build a plant community with a happy garden...

    The Milles Sculpture Garden consists of three large reflecting pools that span the Missouri Botanical Garden's central axis from the Spink Pavilion to the Climatron.  Built in 1913, the pools have...

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