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Lake of the Ozarks Watershed Alliance (LOWA) is offering Missouri native perennial wildflowers and shrubs at discounted prices through their Annual Fall Native Plants sale.

Now is your chance to buy some hardy perennial wildflowers, shrubs and trees through LOWA’s Fall Native Plant Sale

  • Wildflowers, Grasses, and sedges $4.50/Quart Pot
  • Shrubs, Trees $6.00/Quart Pot
  • Shrubs, Trees $7.50/Gallon Pot


If you have a question about a particular plant please call (573) 346-2311

Plants will be available for pickup at the Sunrise Beach Fire Station on Hwy 5 (Lake Rd 5-32) on September 29th from 3-6 pm. There will be a small selection of plants available at this time for purchase as well.

This plant sale is offered through the volunteer help of the Lake of the Ozarks chapter of the Missouri Master Naturalist Program and the Lake Area Master Gardeners, all helping to keep our beautiful Lake of the Ozarks clean and healthy by helping to keep stormwater runoff out of the water. Whether a property has lake shoreline or not, all the land in the Lake Area drains to the Lake and we all can do a little to help manage runoff.

Missouri’s native perennial wildflowers, grasses, shrubs, and trees can all help manage stormwater runoff, and once established, can require little maintenance. Native plants are an integral aspect of Low Impact Landscapes (LILs) and can add beauty to a property while functioning as stormwater control and management agents.

Property owners can also receive a free consultation about things they can do themselves to help manage stormwater runoff on their own property through LOWA’s Trained Volunteer Evaluator (TVE) Program. Anyone interested in having a team of volunteers come for a yard visit can call the LOWA office at573.207.4707 for more information.

One Response to " LOWA and Missouri Master Naturalist of the Lake of the Ozarks offer native plants for annual fall sale "

  1. mary leinauer says:

    hi, do you still have the program where an owner is compensated some if put riprac on their shoreline.
    thanks in advance

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