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Bellefontaine in Bloom – Fire Pinks, Iris, and Pawpaws

[caption id="attachment_5589" align="alignright" width="300"] Silene virginica[/caption] Pure red is an uncommon color among Missouri’s native perennials, and few are more perfectly scarlet than the fire pink (Silene virginica).  Fire pinks occur along barren slopes and glades, often in very poor soils with large amounts of rock, clay, or sand.  Each…...

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Seasonal Horticulture Position Open

Our Horticulture department is looking for someone with an interest in landscaping/public gardening/horticulture, with the ability to perform outdoor, physically demanding tasks, often lifting objects up to 50 lbs, and who is capable of operating gas powered equipment.  This is a full-time, seasonal position through November/December 2017.   Follow the link…...

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Bellefontaine in Bloom

[caption id="attachment_5520" align="alignright" width="235"] Abelia mosanensis[/caption] [caption id="attachment_5521" align="alignleft" width="235"] Abelia mosanensis[/caption] The fragrant abelia (Abelia mosanensis) is a small-stature shrub, up to six feet tall and nearly as wide, offering multiple seasons of interest.  As spring approaches, fragrant abelia reveals glossy-green, small leaves, followed soon after by reddish-pink clusters…...

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Bellefontaine in Bloom – Emerging Spring Foliage

[caption id="attachment_5416" align="alignleft" width="147"] Hibiscus emerging foliage[/caption] [caption id="attachment_5415" align="alignleft" width="147"] Amsonia illustris emerging[/caption] [caption id="attachment_5412" align="alignleft" width="147"] Peonia emerging foliage[/caption] Spring has settled in at Bellefontaine Cemetery, and many gardens are waking up with a spectacular display easily overlooked.  As our perennial plants, shrubs, and trees break their dormancy,…...

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