Hot Chocolate Class, February 2017

  • “You exceeded my expectations! The educational material was fantastic and well presented!” –Anthony Carfang
  • “Great class!” –Nanette Massie
  • “Very enjoyable presentation!”

Gardens Walking Tour

  • Saturday, February 25, Leaves at 10am
  • South Lobby and Garden Grounds
  • Free
  • Walkups Welcome!
  • Last Saturday of the month

Join us to expand your Oklahoma plant knowledge and get great ideas for your yard. Each month changes as the plants grow through the seasons; in January and March we’ll discuss plants for water conservation and in February we’ll highlight plants for color. Can’t make it for the guided tour? Pick up a self-guided handout in our South Lobby.

 

ON-GOING

Yoga in the Gardens

  • Tuesdays, February 5:45pm
  • No late arrivals after 5:50pm
  • Meet in the South Lobby for check-in
  • Members FREE, Nonmembers $10
  • Must be at least 11 years-old to participate

This is a great all-levels class led by Lisa Woodard. Class participants should bring a yoga mat and water. Classes will meet in the south lobby for check-in each week. Drop in for a session or two or enjoy the entire series!

MARCH CLASSES FOR ADULTS

Saturday, March 4, 10 – 11:30am

Seed Starting Workshop

  • Terrace Room
  • Instructor: Maureen Heffernan, Executive Director of Myriad Gardens and author of Burpee Seed Starter
  • Members $17; Nonmembers $21
  • Register by Wednesday, March 1

Starting your own plants from seed is fun, easy and a great way to save money on plants for your garden.  In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to start annual flowers, vegetables and herbs, the best way to take care of your seeds as they grow and many more tips, techniques and tools helpful in seed starting.  All participants will plant up a variety of edible and flower seeds to take home and grow.

 

Friday, March 24, Noon – 1pm

Tree ID 101: Walk and Talk

  • South Lobby and Garden Grounds; Jerí Irby, Forester and Educator with Oklahoma Forestry Services
  • FREE ($5 Suggested Donation)
  • Register by Monday, March 20

Learn about fantastic new trees to add to your plant palate in this fun and informative walk. Jerí will introduce you to plant identification techniques and show you some tricks for identifying the trees we discuss.

 

Photo by Kelly D. Norris.

Saturday, March 11, 9am-4pm

Oklahoma Gardening School: The Layered Garden for Year-Round Beauty and Sustainability

Presented by Devon Energy

  • Devon Energy Auditorium
  • $35 members; $60 nonmembers; $20 students with ID
  • Optional box lunch $14
  • Register by Tuesday, March 7

Myriad Botanical Gardens’ annual Oklahoma Gardening School is the state’s premier annual horticultural symposium designed for home gardeners and professional horticulturists, garden designers and landscape architects. The Oklahoma Gardening School showcases local and national experts in gardening, plant selection and garden design.  Their illustrated talks and Q&A discussions help participants learn how to create and maintain more beautiful, sustainable and successful gardens in Oklahoma. Speakers will discuss how to select and attractively layer heights, shapes, colors, textures and bloom times of ground covers, perennials, shrubs and trees and grow them sustainably to save water and be environmentally-friendly to soil life, pollinators and other wildlife. 

 

Saturday, March 25, 10am

Gardens Walking Tour

  • South Lobby and Garden Grounds
  • Free
  • Walkups Welcome!
  • Last Saturday of the month

Join us to expand your Oklahoma plant knowledge and get great ideas for your yard. Each month changes as the plants grow through the seasons; in January and March we’ll discuss plants for water conservation and in February we’ll highlight plants for color. Can’t make it for the guided tour? Pick up a self-guided handout in our South Lobby.