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Grow Native! is the native plant marketing and education program of the Missouri Prairie Foundation.

Join us Wednesday November 3, 2021
Just pick three plant species per season
Master classes and webinars continue through the summer

Top Native Plants for Bees in Fall

Oaks and other natives feed caterpillars. Caterpillars feed songbirds.
Oak by Getty Images, aster and carpenter bee by Ed Spevak, compass plant by Erica Ballard, grasses and goldenrod by Frank Oberle, goldenrod by James Trager, Polyphemus by Linda Williams.
What is the Lower Midwest?
Grow Native! helps protect and restore biodiversity by increasing conservation awareness of native plants and their effective use in urban, suburban, and rural developed landscapes of the Lower Midwest—Missouri, southwestern Illinois, northern Arkansas, and eastern Kansas.

Choose native plants and put them to work for you:

Find out more on our Learn page.

News

Native Gardens of Excellence Showcase Outstanding Native Landscaping

Launched on the Grow Native! website on June 29, the Grow Native! Native Gardens of Excellence program features plantings of native plants in designed, well-maintained gardens and in other native landscape plantings in the lower Midwest. “The gardens and landscape...

Protection & Restoration of MPF’s 400-acre Lordi Marker Prairie

An extraordinary $1 million lead gift from Susan Lordi Marker and her husband Dennis Marker, along with other generous gifts and financial backing from MPF, made this new MPF acquisition possible. Your gift of any amount—to be matched up to $25,000 from an additional gift from the Markers—will help us raise $50,000 in 2021 restricted to this project, which includes acquisition, restoration, and stewardship of this remarkable 400-acre property.