Missouri Botanical Garden
Spring is here, once again, in St. Louis. It’s time to break the winter streak of cabin fever and venture outside to enjoy all the diverse and enriching activities the region has to offer. Spring is also festival time in St. Louis, so gather your family and friends, and make plans to attend one or more of these great spring festivals.
Even in the most brutally cold weather, you’ll enjoy these STL hot spots.
Sunday is Grandparents Day. Enjoy words of wisdom from your elders!
Enjoy the benefits of St. Louis’ best attractions at a great discounted rate for seniors only.
The last time they hosted the Lantern Festival, it drew more than 350,000 visitors, who came from all 50 states.
If it flowers during evening hours, which is most likely, admission will be free.
Join the Pappas Toyota Mighty Mox Street Team for the next stop of the tour on Wednesday, July 23rd from 5 – 7 PM at the Missouri Botanical Garden.
Bloom gives off foul odor for 24 hours
The city offers a variety of lush landscapes to enjoy in every season. Here are some of the choicest spots to experience flowers and greenery in St. Louis.
Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, May 21st – Mike Shannon; Phil Valko and Catherine Werner; Kurt Rankin; June Hudson
Charlie and Debbie talk with Phil Valko and Catherine Werner about Washington Univ.’s Sustainable Land Lab; Charlie talks with Mike Shannon; and with MoBOT’s June Hudson about dying crepe myrtles and star magnolia bushes.