Greater Tulsa Reporter
On Nov. 10, Tulsa Botanic Garden broke ground on its multi-purpose building, the J.E. and L.E. Mabee Grange. The building will be located just west of the Children’s Discovery Garden and is expected to open in summer 2017.Read More
Many people are familiar with the idea that a strong first impression can go a long way. While that idea is most often referenced in regard to personal interactions, it’s also applicable to real estate.Read More
Tulsa Garden Center’s An Evening of Wine and Roses will celebrate its annual event Friday, Sept. 25, 7-9:30 p.m. at the Tulsa Municipal Rose Garden.Read More
The Tulsa Botanic Garden is growing in unexpected ways. Flowering perennials budding along gravel walks are naturally found in this season of rebirth. Now this spring, Tulsa Botanic Garden has expanded its themed gardens with the groundbreaking of its Children’s Discovery Garden on April 18.Read More
The Jenks Garden Club prepares to welcome spring and gardening enthusiasts at its annual Herb and Plant Festival April 25 in downtown Jenks.
The event, to be held 8 a.m.-4 p.m., will host more than 100 vendors featuring herb and vegetable plants, flowers, shrubs, trees, and gardening supplies and materials.
“We feel like the festival is the announcement of spring,” says Jenks Garden Club member Mari Migliore.
The Owasso Farmers Market will kick off its 10th season at the end of April/early May. The market will run through the spring and summer months, 8 a.m. – noon on Wednesdays and Saturdays.Read More
Broken Arrow’s Rose District Farmers Market kicks off its eighth season April 18 on Main Street. The market will run every Saturday through Sept. 26.Read More
The Cherry Street Farmers’ Market begins its 18th season on April 4 with new and returning vendors and a name change.
The market’s new name is Tulsa Farmers’ Market, which allows the market to encompass more than just Cherry Street, says Market Administrator Penni Shelton; this includes on Brookside, where the winter market (open November-March) and the Wednesday summer market (open May-October) operate in the Whole Foods Market parking lot, 1401 E. 41st St.Read More
“People want to enjoy their homes,” says Ronak Shah, co-owner of Galaxy Home Recreation.
That statement, while it may seem obvious, is very true, and it’s a fact that Ronak and his sister, Co-Owner Nimisha Shah, have built their company around today.
Galaxy Home Recreation was started by their father in 1975. Ronak took over the company full time seven years ago, with Nimisha joining in 2011.
GREEN FRIENDS: Lawn America’s Brad Johnson and his friend enjoyed the Tulsa Home and Garden Show this spring. Early rains have created beautiful lawns throughout Green Country this year, many enhanced by Lawn America.Read More
Bixby is, no doubt, home to its share of farming families. One very visible example of that is Conrad Farms, 7400 East 151st Street South.
The history of Conrad Farms officially began in Timberhill, Okla., in 1931 when Chester Conrad purchased his first 80-acre all-purpose farm. Conrad grew up in Kansas on an all-purpose farm, learning the trade from an early age. In 1938, he settled with his wife and four children in Bixby, where he believed to be the best farming land.Read More
While it’s no revelation that Bixby is growing leaps and bounds, recent and future planned construction attests to the truth that the city’s demographics are widening.Read More
Flowers are beginning to bloom and weather is warming in the area. To usher in the season, the Owasso Bouquet of Gardeners will hold its annual Owasso Spring Garden Festival on May 4.Read More
The 17th Annual Jenks Herb and Plant Festival will be held in downtown Jenks on Saturday, April 27 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The free, one-day event brings thousands of shoppers into Jenks each year. The festival was awarded the 2010 Governor’s Conference on Tourism Redbud Award for “Outstanding Event.”Read More
Pregler Lawn continues to call Glenpool home since opening there in 1971.
Company founder, Kenneth Pregler, started the business out of his home “more as a hobby,” says his son and current owner Rick Pregler.