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Lovely Leawood is a great place to live. Its stately homes, charming downtown, and well-manicured parks all add up to a place that's not only friendly and safe, but a visual feast all year round. And with its excellent schools, miles of trails, and fun aquatic center, what better place to raise a family?

Lawn Love wants to give you a lawn that's just as gorgeous as the city you call home. Our independent lawn care experts know precisely how to get your lawn looking its best, whether you need routine mowing or heavy-duty seasonal cleanup. And with convenient access from your computer or mobile device, it's never been easier to get a picture-perfect lawn.

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Every state has a state bird, flower, and nickname. But Missouri is only one of two with a state grape. Its grape, called the Norton grape, thrives in the temperate environment. Even though you might not be planning to grow grapes for food or wine production, you can still create a lovely yard in Missouri. You might even want to plant the state's grass, which is picturesque Big bluestem. Creating a beautiful property, however, takes some work and planning.


Top Grasses for Missouri



Big bluestem is a picturesque grass that is easy to grow and maintain. It is a high-quality, resilient grass that is used to beautify open lands and public spaces. It is also a vital source of food for livestock.


Indiangrass is a perennial grass that is popular for its adaptability and durability. Indiangrass is often considered one of the top grasses for livestock. It is also a top choice for residential gardens and prairie restoration projects. Indiangrass can survive in a variety of soils and conditions, but it does best in well-drained soils.


Sideoats grama is a perennial warm season grass with a long lifespan. It is also used in commercial and public areas for many purposes, including restoring habitats and providing food for livestock. When planted in your yard, Sideoats grama creates a resilient and picturesque ground cover.


Eastern gamagrass is also a perennial grass. It typically germinates during the warm season and grows in clusters. Heavy, nutrient-rich soils are ideal for the grass's optimal growth. It also prefers higher moisture levels to grow at its peak capacity. For best results, the grass should be planted in the winter or late spring.


Best Flowers for Missouri



Despite its name, the New England aster is well-suited for the Missouri climate. This aster spawns bold yellow flowers from August through October. It is one of the most eye-catching members of the aster family, and also one of the hardiest. This aster produces nectar for many pollinators, including the monarch butterfly. In the wild, it reaches impressive heights of six feet.


Grayhead coneflower, explains the Missouri Department of Conservation, grows wild throughout the state in most counties. It resembles black-eyed Susan, which is another flower that thrives in Missouri. Grayhead coneflower does best in full sun to part-shade. It can reach a mature height of 3-5 feet. Coneflower's attractive yellow flowers appear in May and last through September.


Missouri primrose produces bright yellow flowers that look like those of a buttercup. Primrose, also called "glade lily," is found naturally in the state's prairies and glades. If you want a flower that produces excellent groundcover, the primrose is a great choice. Primrose prefers full sun.


Area Attractions


Once you've had a chance to establish your lawn and garden, you can enjoy some of the area's top events and attractions. Leawood, a small Missouri town, is part of the greater Joplin metropolitan area. Its first claim to fame is that it is a convenient stop along the historic Route 66. Trails, parks, nature centers, and museums are other attractions you'll find in the area.


Joplin Museum Complex


The Joplin Museum Complex pays homage to the state's rich mining past. Within its confines are two mining museums, mineral exhibits, and other historic relics giving visitors a glimpse of past life in the region.


Grand Falls


Grand Falls is a scenic waterfall with beautiful, refreshing creek pools. The main waterfall creates an awe-inspiring and majestic image as it drops 163 feet from the main ledge. Swimming and fishing are permitted (and encouraged) in the nearby creeks.


Cunningham Park


Cunningham Park is also a great place to visit if you want to get outside and enjoy a warm, sunny Missouri spring or summer day. This all-purpose community establishment features basketball courts, athletic fields, a central fountain, a playground for children, and a swimming pool. It also has grills and picnic areas.


Whether you're just looking to start a garden, improve your lawn, or even prepare your property for growing Missouri grapes, there are many great reasons to get your yard in top shape this year. If you need ideas, inspiration, or assistance with lawn care, planning, and maintenance, be sure to contact Lawn Love, Leawood's go-to lawn care specialists.

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