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Aurora's skyline seeds

When you think of a classic garden, you might picture an impressionist painting. But let’s try turning the clock just a little further back… or, you know, like 300,000,000 years back. While the trilobites of the Paleozoic era and the overgrown chickens of the Jurassic may be long gone, some of the plants that dominated…

On January 15th from 10-2 pm, come explore what it’s like to work at Sky, and consider joining the team for the 2022 season.

WINTER HOURS: We are open 9am – 5pm daily. Check back if the weather is inclement for early closures.

Our best selection of pottery is available this time of year! Come explore new designs and colors on display across the nursery.

Gardening for Dinosaurs: Paleozoic Plants for Today

Check out our great selection of indoor plants

Thank you for your support of Hopelink. Together we raised
more than $8,000 to help local Shoreline families in need!

Always wanted to work with plants? Now’s a great time to start!

Gardening is Our Passion

Whether you’ve been a gardener for thirty years or thirty minutes, Sky Nursery has everything you need. We’re here to share our passion for plants and to help all gardeners succeed.

On the winter solstice, the northern hemisphere will be at its furthest tilt from the sun. We’ll mark our shortest day and longest night of 2021 here in the Pacific Northwest on December 21st . Then, our sunrises will creep earlier and our sunsets later. From the winter solstice on, the half of the planet…

The Blue and Gold Tournament is approaching and it will feature the best boys basketball that the Ozarks has to offer.

One of southwest Missouri’s favorite holiday traditions is a few weeks away and the brackets have been unveiled.

The tournaments will begin on Dec. 27 with championships taking place on Dec. 30. It will be held on the campus of Missouri State University between JQH Arena and Hammons Student Center.

The 2020 Blue and Gold Tournament saw both Hartville and Greenwood repeat as champions. Hartville slowed the pace down to top Nixa in the Blue Division title game. Greenwood scratched out a three-point win over Republic in the Gold Division championship.