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What’s in Bloom

Here’s a glimpse of what’s currently blooming at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks!  Check back often to see what’s new.

Heirloom Apple ‘Arkansas Black Twig’

 

White Lilac

 

Emerald Triumph Viburnum

 

Cestrum

 

Golden Currant. This Arkansas native is a great source of early nectar. It produces berries that ripen in late summer and can be used for jams and jellies. Just make sure you get to them before the birds do! Not for tame garden beds as it spreads vigorously via rhizomes.

 

Petasites species

 

Tulip

 

Viola Indian Summer Mix Annual

 

Grape Hyacinth

 

Yellow Jessamine

 

Cameo Flowering Quince

 

Hellebores – Lenten Rose

 

Blackhawk Viburnum

 

Korean Spice Viburnum has a great fragrance and is blossoming in the Sensory garden.

 

Woods Phlox blooming in the Ozark Native garden.

 

Shooting Star blooming in the Ozark Native garden.