Myriad Gardens will again be the location OKC Garden Fest. The fourth annual event will be held Saturday, May 5 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Gardens, located at 301 W. Reno Avenue. 

The festival will feature herbs, perennials, annuals, native plants, culinary herbs, vegetable plants, roses, produce, pottery, jewelry, wineries, succulents, ornamental grasses, milkweed, pollinator plants, wildlife habitat and food trucks. Activities for children will also be offered and there is no charge for attending.

This year will again feature an area with information for those wanting to start a butterfly garden or Monarch Waystation, an intentionally-managed garden that offers food and habitat for the Monarch butterfly population. Several vendors will offer milkweed for Monarchs along with other pollinator friendly plants.

New this year will be educational talks and demonstrations about gardens and pollinators. For a complete list of vendors, activities and speakers visit List of vendors to be announced. 

Interested in being a vendor? 

The goal of the Oklahoma Garden Festival is to provide quality products that are grown or made in mostly Oklahoma. All vendor applications will be subject to an approval process by Festival organizers. Become a vendor here.