Oklahoma Nature March 09, 2017
The Secret Garden In Oklahoma You’re Guaranteed To Love
Lendonwood Gardens is an 8-acre botanical garden tucked away in northeastern Oklahoma in the small town of Grove. The garden features seven distinct gardens, each with its own theme and personality. Visitors can meander the garden pathways on their own or take a guided tour upon request. Check out Lendonwood – the secret garden in Oklahoma you’re guaranteed to love.
Lendonwood Gardens is located at 1308 West 13th Street, Grove, Oklahoma. It's tucked away near Grand Lake in the lush greenery of northeastern Oklahoma.
The eight-acre botanical garden features shaded pathways that meander throughout the gardens with over 1,200 plants.
You'll find the largest collection of rhododendrons in the Southwest, 500 varieties of daylilies, and 25 varieties of dogwoods...plus much more.
There's a darling gazebo along the path that is a great photo-op spot. Take a moment to enjoy the serenity around you.
Lendonwood houses seven distinct gardens, each with its own theme and atmosphere.
The individual gardens within Lendonwood include: the Display Garden toward the entrance; the Oriental Garden showcasing shade plants; the Japanese Pavilion Garden with Koi Pond; the English Terrace Garden highlighting sunny beds and rhododendrons.
....The American Backyard Garden, where plants thrive with very little water; the Angel of Hope Garden, surrounding a statue of an angel - in memory of lost loved ones; and the Azalea Garden, which is abloom in April.
Every corner you turn will have breathtaking scenery and plants. This waterfall and pond are so peaceful and relaxing.
Stop along the path and enjoy the smells of the plants and flowers, just like these butterflies.
Or, attend a special event during the spring and summer months. You can learn more about the gardens while meeting new people.
Most of the garden is accessible to people with disabilities. They even offer a golf-cart ride to those needing additional assistance (must be reserved up to one week in advance).
If you are looking for more spring break and summer activities in Oklahoma, check out our previous article,
13 Free Things To Do In Oklahoma.