Greater Tulsa Reporter
Prepare for an evening of memorable wines, moonlight and roses at Tulsa Garden Center’s annual An Evening of Wine & Roses Friday, Sept. 28 from 7 – 9 p.m. in the Tulsa Municipal Rose Garden.Read More
Most homeowners in the Tulsa area understand the importance and value of having a beautiful lawn and landscape. However, most also don’t have the time, nor the expertise, to do what’s necessary in order to have that green, weed-free lawn.Read More
Kim and Scott Burnett, owners of Burnett, Inc., enjoyed a successful time at this year’s Greater Tulsa Home and Garden Show, presented by the Home Builders Association of Tulsa March 8-11.Read More
The annual Jenks Herb and Plant Festival will feature over 100 booths filled with a variety of locally-grown herbs and plants, garden decorations and much more.
Come to the Jenks Herb & Plant Festival to shop for annuals, perennials, hanging baskets, herbs, tomato plants, fresh vegetables and heirloom plants. Vendors will also be on-hand with booths filled to the brim with Oklahoma wine, garden and home decor, jewelry, arts and crafts, birdhouses, bath and body products, and more.
Southwood Landscape & Nursery is offering Tulsans a greener way to dispose of their live Christmas trees. Southwood will accept any live Christmas tree and chip it into mulch.Read More
Living with Art in the Garden Tour is a major fundraiser for Living Arts of Tulsa and was held Sept. 24 and 25. Members helped to choose gardens throughout the Tulsa area to showcase during the event. Artists then placed their work in the gardens.Read More
When Todd Lasseigne interviewed for the executive director position of Oklahoma Centennial Botanical Garden, he was impressed with Tulsa and everything it offers.
“It was clear to me that Tulsans and their neighbors love gardens and will support a botanical garden. It is amazing that there are 800 members even though we do not yet have a formal garden,” he says.
GARDEN SHOWCASE: The Tulsa Audubon Society recently held the 2011 Wildlife Habitat Garden Tour and Plant Sale throughout the Tulsa area. Individual gardens were showcased with the help of the society.Read More
SMART POWER: The National Center for the Prevention of Home Improvement Fraud (NCPHIF) held a free “SmartPower” workshop on “How to Protect Yourself From Home Improvement/Home Repair Contractor Fraud.”Read More
Senior Parade of Homes is informative, fun and filling. It is sponsored by Choice ConnectionsSM a free, personalized placement service that assists seniors and their families in finding the perfect place to call home, when remaining in their current residence is no longer the best option.Read More
The Tulsa Master Gardeners are on the hunt for Uniquely Crafty, Garden related Vendors for their NEW, first ever, Fall Garden Festival to be held Sep. 17 and 18, adjacent to the OSU Extension Center on 15th St, in Tulsa.Read More
Roberts Fine Interiors has become a destination within the Shops of Seville. Owners Tom and Juanita Roberts offer a variety of decorating ideas and guidlines for those who need inspiration.Read More
The Garden Trug has brought a unique option for spring shopping to the South Tulsa area. Opening its doors just one year ago, the shop has surprised visitors with an array of plants, beautiful decorations, useful tools and educational classes.Read More
ULTIMATE GREENHOUSE: One way to extend the growing season is to add a cloche or greenhouse. Laurie Hancock of Broken Arrow, above, and her husband built a greenhouse in their back yard.Read More
The Jenks Garden Club met recently to plan the award winning Jenks Herb & Plant Festival for Saturday, April 23 in downtown Jenks.
Members are displaying the awards they received in recognition of last year’s event. Seated in front left are Past President Ginny Greek holding the Community Impact award given recently by the Jenks Chamber of Commerce. Center is Festival Chair Ivy Repasky holding the Governor’s Redbud Award. Right is Vendor Chair Dixie Grahlman, is holding the Jenks City Council’s Award.Read More