Home Grown Pesto Class:

“It was PERFECT. Very nice, loved the ladies who hosted the class.” –Shawn Akins


Infused Honey Workshop:

“It was amazing! Just as perfect as honey J”

“I learned a lot, got valuable information and the attitude of the presenter is something that will stay with me and motivate me to try new things!” –Nitya Viswanatz

“This was a great class. Loved the instructor. I can’t wait to infuse some honey.” –Valerie Jennings

“This class was great. I can’t wait to make more infused honey at home!” –Jennifer Jones

“This was awesome!”

“This was one of the coolest things I’ve done in a long time. I loved my experience today. I can’t wait to come back and take another class.” –Mackenzie Plank


Fall Gardening Workshop

“Always love Lori’s classes!” –Jeannie Kline

“Loved Lori! Will come back regularly.”


Saturday, Sept. 23, 10–11:30am

Backyard Chicken Workshop

  • Terrace Room and Garden Grounds
  • Lori Coats, My Raggedy Herbs
  • Members $12; Nonmembers $15
  • Register by Tuesday, September 19

“Grow” your own fresh eggs. Join Lori Coats, chicken expert and gardener, as she discusses the ins and outs of raising chickens. Lori will go over the challenges and benefits of life with chickens, offer tips for raising them from eggs to hens and bring one along for a close-up experience.

Tallgrass Prairie Preserve and Pioneer Woman Mercantile Field Trip

  • Thursday, October 12, 7:30am – 7:30pm
  • Meet at Myriad Botanical Gardens Circle Drive at 7:15am
  • Members $60; Nonmembers $75; Optional $12 box lunch
  • Includes bus transportation
  • Register by Thursday, October 5
The Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, in Osage County, Oklahoma is a true gemstone in our state. With 2,500 bison on the preserve, wildflowers and native grasses galore, it is a sight to behold. The Prairie has extended a special invitation to us for a visit and behind the scenes tour of how things work. We’ll spend most of our day at the prairie visiting the beautiful trails, bison corrals and research center. Then we’ll wrap up our day with a stop off at the Pioneer Woman Mercantile for snacks and a chance to shop