Under the Pavilion or Indoors depending on weather
$5 members; $10 nonmembers
This is a great, all-levels Vinyasa-style class led by Alexis Persico, who has a loyal following at the Gardens and This Land Yoga. Yoga first found Alexis in her college days. Later, in 2009, Alexis began her RYT-200hr certification journey with the Yoga Spirit Academy. Class participants should bring a yoga mat and water. We’ll meet under the Pavilion as weather permits; when it doesn’t we will meet inside the Crystal Bridge. Drop in for a session or two, or enjoy the entire series! Pay on-site or in advance online.
Plant pick-up Oct. 10-11
Fall bedding plants, spring bulbs, and even fall decorations are available to metro gardeners in a new, convenient way. The Myriad Botanical Gardens is launching its online fall plant sale just in time for adding some autumn color to your flower beds! Visit myriadgardens.org, where you can select from an assortment of pansies, violas, kale, cabbage, tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, and other fall decorations. Then simply pay for your plants online and then pick them up at the Gardens on Oct. 10 and 11 just in time for planting. Orders must be placed by Sept. 17.
Friday, September 19, 2 – 4 p.m.
Crystal Bridge 2nd Floor Conference Room
Be a volunteer! Come and learn more about volunteering at the Gardens. Volunteer orientation will include an overview of the Myriad Gardens and information about the areas of volunteering. Refreshments will be provided and a guided tour of the Crystal Bridge will conclude our session. To RSVP, contact Toni Lee, Volunteer Coordinator at (405) 445-7087 or email@example.com.
Adult members $50, Adult nonmembers $55
Children under 12, members $15, nonmembers $18
As summer begins to fade and we catch our first small glimpses of fall, join us for a fantastic gourmet dinner on the Meinders Terrace to take it all in. The meal will be prepared by Chef Jeffrey of the Park House. Savor four courses paired with a delicious wine or a seasonal choice of beer. Stay tuned for menu details! Seats are limited, reserve yours by calling 405-445-7080.
The Avant Gardeners, the young professionals group of the Myriad Botanical Gardens, will host their first signature event, The Garden Games, on Saturday, September 20. Competitive games will take place on the Great Lawn starting at 4pm, followed by live music food and libations. This event is free to Avant Gardener members and $10 for non-members. Must be 21 to attend. Save the date and help us #grOKC! For more up to date information or to purchase your Avant Gardener membership, please visit here.
Saturday, September 20, 10 a.m.– Noon
$30 members; $36 nonmembers
With fall approaching, the time has come to determine what to plant in your containers to enjoy continued blooms through frost. Join Elizabeth Richardson, owner of the fabulous Adorn, a container gardening company, as she demonstrates a variety of outdoor containers sure to provide beauty and interest into late fall. After the demonstration, each participant will select several foliage and flowering plants to pot up in a 12” container. There will be plants for sun and part shade conditions. During the program Elizabeth will also discuss tips on container design and maintenance. Class size is limited. Please register here in advance.
Daniel Meunier, Laurel Leaf Landscape
Join us for a demonstration of some fun ideas for your fall planters. Daniel Meunier, Laurel Leaf Landscape, specializes in seasonal colors, themed garden designs and living wall systems. He will demonstrate some of the fun colorful ways to enhance your planters this fall.
Pavilion, Southwest area of the Gardens
Volunteers and Members – FREE; Nonmembers – $10
Rebound after our hot summer by digging up those extra plants in your yard and joining us for our Fall Plant Swap! For every plant you bring, you will have the opportunity to take a different one home. Please bring your plants labeled with name and color. This is a great way to share some of your favorites with your fellow gardeners and get free plants! For more information, please contact Toni Lee, volunteer coordinator at (405) 445-7087 or firstname.lastname@example.org.