Oklahoma August 22, 2015
Here Are The 6 Most Beautiful Gardens You’ll Ever See In Oklahoma
There is something so beautiful about a garden full of lush plants and flowers. From red roses to purple azaleas, you will find thousands of unique plants and flowers at these awe-inspiring gardens around Oklahoma. Here are a few vibrant gardens where you can explore and enjoy the sights and smells of nature:
1. Myriad Botanical Gardens: Oklahoma City
An urban garden in downtown Oklahoma City consisting of 17-acres of unique plants and flowers. Walk through the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory and enjoy over 1,000 species of plants from everywhere in the world, except Antarctica.
2. Philbrook Museum Gardens: Tulsa
Step out back of the gorgeous Philbrook Museum into a perfectly manicured mixture of plants and blooming flowers. English, French and Italian inspiration can be seen throughout the gardens. The view off the porch is stunning and picturesque. Sit and enjoy nature and the fountains on the property for a relaxing afternoon.
3.Lendonwood Gardens: Grove
This hidden gem in Grove is a six-acre garden with over 1,200 species of plants. American and Asian species create a unique and diverse setting. View over 75 varieties of the Japanese Maple Tree, then venture over to the Japanese pavilion to enjoy the koi pond.
4. Honor Heights Park: Muskogee
Famous for its annual spring Azalea Festival, this azalea garden is mesmerizing in springtime. The roses, perennial gardens and butterfly house are other favorites at this 132-acre park.
5. The Gardens at OSU: Stillwater
You will be mesmerized with all the beauty on the campus of OSU in Stillwater. From the Botanic Garden to the Children's Garden, there is so much to discover, enjoy, and explore in the gardens.
6. Tulsa Botanic Gardens: Tulsa
Come celebrate the grand-opening in October 2015 at this haven just outside of Tulsa. Over 7,000 plants are being installed with a meandering path alongside of them, set against the 7-acre lake. A Children's Discovery Garden is one of four gardens in the newly announced plans for advancement for Tulsa Botanic Gardens.
What other gardens do you think should be on this list?