Brightside STL; http://www.brightsidestl.org/ Neighbor’s Naturescaping grant program provides free plants to community groups up to $1500/year native plants – design is up to you. Great demonstration garden as well @ Kingshighway and Vandeventer. Urban Gardening Symposium every year in June!
MOBOT/MSD; MSD Small Grants (STL City Program https://www.projectclearstl.org/smallgrants/ ) grant programs to manage stormwater $4000 for single family homes minimum 100 sq ft project and $10,000 for multi-family/institutional projects minimum 500 sq ft. Large grants program up to $180,000/acre drainage area managed.
MU Extension; https://extension2.missouri.edu/ Locations in STL County & City – Soil Testing, training for Master Gardener, Master Naturalist, and Master Pollinator (new for 2019!) as well as courses on Neighborhood Leadership, Nutrition and Wellness, and plant related inquiries.
Wild Ones; St. Louis Chapter https://stlwildones.org/grants/application-form/ educational group with monthly meetings. Join them for a meeting or apply for “modest grants (available) to non-profit organizations for landscaping projects incorporating native plants in an educational setting”.
MO Dept of Conservation; https://mdc.mo.gov/property/community-conservation/community-conservation-funding-opportunity Cost Share programs “Preference will be given to projects that involve cost-share or in-kind contributions of at least 25 percent of the total project budget”
Forest Park Forever; https://www.forestparkforever.org/ planting spaces in Forest Park (city has almost no budget to manage flower beds etc in parks)
South Grand Ecocrew; http://southgrand.org/who-we-are/south-grand-ecocrew-volunteers/ South Grand CID organizes monthly volunteer opportunities to assist with district maintenance of landscaping.
MO Botanical Gardens; World class botanical gardens http://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/
Missouri Wildflowers Nursery; http://mowildflowers.net/ near Jefferson City – carries the greatest selection of MO native plants in our region. You can order plants to be shipped or delivered (if order is large enough) or catch them at a local sale: Kirkwood Farmer’s Market (every Saturday in April and Sept)
St. Louis Composting; https://www.stlcompost.com/ soil blends, compost, mulch, and green waste disposal. Delivery for a fee. STL City residents can dump 1x/month at City location off Hall St.
Kirkwood Material Supply; http://www.kirkwoodmaterial.com/ mulch, gravel, hardscaping materials, natural stone, concrete block etc. multiple STL area locations and also a nursery. Delivery for a fee
Retail Garden Centers; Greenscape Gardens, Bowood Farms (STL City), Garden Heights Nursery, Sugar Creek Gardens. Located across STL region.