Invigorate your senses with a journey through one of Oklahoma’s breathtaking gardens and enjoy brisk strolls through many of the state’s living gems. From acres of blooming azaleas at Honor Heights Park in Muskogee, to the indoor tropical paradise found within Oklahoma City’s Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory, the gardens of Oklahoma encourage you to stop and smell the roses. Step into lush, botanical utopias and experience a rainbow of colors and air filled with the sweet perfume of blooming flowers.
Manicured English gardens, gazebos donned in flowering vines and stunning water features grace Oklahoma’s gardens, and you’re invited to enjoy it all. Visit the Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa to explore terraced lawns, native plants and trees, and an outdoor sculpture collection; or, make your way over to the Tulsa Garden Center and Municipal Rose Garden for over 5,000 roses scattered throughout the immaculate grounds. Lendonwood Gardens in Grove combines American and Asian gardening techniques to produce six unique garden areas, while the Myriad Botanical Gardens in downtown Oklahoma City provide a quiet sanctuary set amidst skyscrapers. From tropical havens to clusters of wildflowers, paradise is only as far away as the nearest Oklahoma garden.
Get your camera ready for prime floral photoshoots in Oklahoma’s blooming sunflower patches, luscious lavender fields and wonderful wildflower walks. Map out your upcoming photo ops with our guide to seasonal blossoms.
Take in refreshing floral arrangements and decorative greenery when rain showers yield to springtime flowers. Travel to a lesser known Oklahoma garden or arboretum for a peaceful afternoon spent with nature.