Wildflower Native Environments

Click on the title links below to view plants from a specific native environment. 

If you are not sure what your specific native environment is, click on the links directing you to the Missouri Department of Conversations description pages of various native environments.

Glade Plants

"Glades are hot, dry, sunny, thin-soiled, rocky areas that appear as openings in an otherwise wooded area, usually in upland areas. They are often described as desert-like, but they share more plant species with our tallgrass prairies."
(Missouri Department of Conservation)Prairie Wildflowers

Learn more about Glades from the Mo Department of Conservation here

Prairie Plants

Prairies are natural communities dominated by perennial grasses and forbs (that is, wildflowers and other broad-leaved, nonwoody plants), with scattered shrubs and very few trees. (Missouri Department of Conservation)

Learn more about Prairies from the Mo Department of Conservation here

Wetland Plants

Learn more about Wetlands from the Mo Department of Conservation here

Savannah Plants

Learn more about Savannahs from the Mo Department of Conservation here

Woodland Wildflowers

Learn more about Woodlands from the Mo Department of Conservation here