Announcing Laura’s Bandstand!

June 20, 2016

Story provided by The Botanic Garden at OSU The Botanic Garden at OSU is excited to announce the fundraising campaign for a bandstand! To enhance our visitor’s experience, we have moved the concerts outside the […]

Rock Garden Blooms at the Botanic Garden

May 15, 2016

Story and photos provided by Laura Payne, Volunteer Coordinator for the Botanic Garden at OSU Spring is always the best time to come out to The Botanic Garden at OSU and visit the rock garden. […]

The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University

April 1, 2016

by Laura Payne The Botanic Garden (TBG) was first established as an arboretum in 1935.  Through the years we have expanded from an arboretum full of trees and shrubs, to a living museum filled with […]

Wishes for Spring Granted Early

April 1, 2016

by Dr. Cheryl Boyer Despite my ardent protestations, many plants are breaking dormancy early. Really early. They refuse to listen to my warnings. In fact, when I first sat down to write this article, I […]

Urban Gardening Projects – Upcycling Old Windows & Doors

March 11, 2016

For most of us, gardening is a distant memory of warm days, soft, crumbly dirt, and fresh spring rains. But, just because gardening season is over doesn’t mean your garden need be forgotten – far […]

Buying #AmericanGrown Flowers

February 13, 2016

by Dr. Cheryl R. Boyer Have you planned your Valentine’s Day flower purchase yet? I sure hope you’re buying flowers locally, but beyond that, where on planet Earth were your flowers grown? For sure, a […]

Fall and Winter Gifts from the Garden: Ornamental Grasses

December 28, 2015

by Dr. Cheryl Boyer Ornamental grasses have really caught my eye this fall. The way the morning and evening light glitters through the seed heads is just gorgeous. Never before have there been so many […]

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