Flowers get much of the attention when it comes to gardening. And why not? Their color, scent, and beauty are the payoff for much of the hard work that goes into gardening. In water gardens, they can be the least problematic “child.”
Below are some handy links to flower resources…
The Missouri Botanical Garden has classes, shows, events, and even an on-call plant doctor. Read Help for the Home Gardener>.
St. Louis Water Garden Society members have access to password protected content on the IWGS website.
Grow Native! helps protect and restore biodiversity by increasing conservation & awareness of native plants.
Run by the St. Louis County Parks Department, this club is a delightful way to share your hobby with your littles.
The GCA has a vision of "Informed Volunteers working for a beautiful, healthy planet." Good flower resources too!
Are you looking to improve your water garden knowledge? Well, why not join us for a monthly meeting? Most meetings include a guest speaker with expertise across a wide range of topics. If you, yourself are interested in speaking at an upcoming water gardening event, please visit our Speaker Page.
The St. Louis Water Garden Society is an organization of pond and water garden enthusiasts in the Greater Saint Louis area who meet to learn play, and enjoy their hobby together.