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Beautiful sights await you at this horticultural and environmental education center, including a former Italian Renaissance villa, a brightly colored landscaped garden with inlaid stone steps and a rose garden with 9,000 rosebushes.
This garden was largely unplanted, presumably due to what signs said was a major rose disease outbreak. There is what I am sure is a nice community garden class building, housed in a pretty mansion. This garden is right across the parking lot the the...More
Went to Tulsa Garden Center in March and spent little over an hour there. Not much blooming in March (would expect not much out). Went to one of the green houses which was good as they had some cactus in them. Spent time walking around...More
Being July a lot of the flowers were dead in the gardens. The plants in the teaching area looked very good and we saw some plants we had not seen before. The vegetable garden had some great looking produce.
Based in part on reviews here, we made a point of visiting the rose garden in Woodward Park during a recent visit to Tulsa.
The rose garden was in terrible shape. Many of the beds were bare. This looked more like a case of neglect...More
We had not been this place for years. The last time we visited with my parents, there were roses and flowers everywhere. Now, most of it is dirt, grass growing up in the flower beds. Very disappointed. Not certain what is happening. The place was...More