The Springfield Garden has one of the largest collections of botanical flowers in the country.
With its many species of plants, it is home to many different varieties of flower and shrub, including the blue-green lily, white tulip, red tulip and tulip plants.
And the garden’s botanical collection also includes more than 40 varieties of flowers and shrubs, including more than 50 species of flowers, including blue-eyed yarrow, red-eyed leek, pink-eyed lily and white tulips.
In fact, the Springfield Garden is the largest botanical library in the state.
But the garden is also home to a collection of exotic plants that are often hard to find.
A few years ago, the garden was the site of a massive, multimillion-dollar plant sale.
And, since then, the gardens staff has been working on a series of programs to help educate the public on the plants.
The garden’s Botanical Gardens Stl website features the information about many of the exotic plants and their species.
It also has a list of the rarest of the plants and a list with information about each of the species.
In the spring of 2019, the site launched a new botanical research center, which includes a new collection of species that are known to be rare or threatened.
The botanical plant collection includes over 50 species.
So, it’s a good place to start if you’re a budding plant gardener, especially if you are looking for a plant that is not currently available in the garden.
For example, the blue tundra leek and the red-headed leek are both very rare plants in the Springfield garden.
But, the raretiness of these plants is one reason why the garden has become a research hub for plant-science.
Other rare plants and plants that can be found in the gardens botanical collections include: the yellow-crowned leek