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If you are interested in growing native plants, bushes and trees, plus attracting birds, butterflies and pollinators, then bush honeysuckle is a big bully which will take over your garden. The pamphlet above is put out by the Missouri Department … Continue reading
In the next few years, Crestwood is going to add some more pollinator gardens to our local parks. Below is a free publication From the Xerces Society with lots of good information on the topic. Note – much of this … Continue reading
Thanks to the volunteers for planting at city hall on May 1st.
Crestwood Park Community Master Plan Survey The City of Crestwood has received a planning grant through the Municipal Parks Grant Commission of St. Louis County to develop a community plan for native planting and natural area planning in four City … Continue reading
If you get a chance, take a look at all the beautiful plantings up near city hall. There’s even a new garden with a bench by the firehouse. Thanks to Josie and her volunteers for all their work to make … Continue reading
While you might rightly think of history and their museum when you hear about the Sappington House, their flower displays are spectacular. Please stop by and enjoy all their flowering plants and displays.
Thanks to our volunteers for making Spellman Park a bit more colorful.