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Save the Date for the Spring 2024 Wildflower Market!

Friday, May 3rd (3-7 pm) - MBG Members Only

Saturday, May 4th (9 am to 1 pm) - Everyone is welcome

Order Pick-up 
Information

 

Please follow staff member directions and signage to the market area.   

 

Admission will be $5 per person for non-members and free for MBG Members.  

Non-members:  We love carpooling and will offer a $10 per vehicle rate!

If you order plants on this site, please look for signs that say:  Shaw Nature Reserve Pick-up.  Please bring a copy of your order (printed or on your phone). 

Staff members will be available to help with directions.  

Rules & Guidelines
 

Please help us maintain safe and healthy events at the Nature Reserve.

Please follow our general rules, including: 

  • No Smoking

  • Service animals only. No pets.

  • Leave no trace.   No collecting or littering.

  • Drive slow for hikers and wildlife. Speed Limit is 15 mph. 

If you are have recently tested positive for COVID-19 or another transmissible illness, please do not attend the event.   We will gladly make other arrangements for order pick-up.

   

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Fall 2023 Market Vendors &
Partner Organizations

Shop with native plant vendors and artisans, enjoy food and drinks, and visit with non-profit partner organizations.

 

Please check back for Spring 2024 market vendors in April.

Native Plant Vendors: 

Missouri Wildflowers Nursery

Forrest Keeling

Food, Drink, and Artisans:

Baskets by Doris

Deer Valley Lavender Farm

Edg-Clif Vineyard, Winery & Brewery

Garden Green

Growing Green with Tower Gardens

Great Harvest Bread Company

Rob's Rings of Change

Six Mile Bridge Brewery

Switchgrass Spirits

Tanglewood Cottage

The London Tea Merchant

Non-Profit Partners: 

Missouri Native Plant Society

Missouri Prairie Foundation & Grow Native

Wild Ones

Guarantee

All species are guaranteed to be true to name.  The plants are in good condition when they leave the care of Shaw Nature Reserve.  Because of the wide variety of planting and growing conditions and care provided, we cannot be liable for failure of plants to survive.

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