“Very informative program!” –Rebecca Shiplett

“This class sparked my interest and I’ll definitely be back for more!” –Anna

“My daughter and I had so much fun doing this!” –Debbie Hamerski

“Very very well organized.” –Georgia Lamirand

“I loved the holiday music, friendly teaching, and self-paced schedule.” –Sara Burnett

How to Start Growing Your Own Food

  • Saturday, February 29, 10 am
  • The Garden Classroom
  • Member $12; Nonmember $17
  • Dale Spoonemore, Creator of From Seed to Spoon
  • Register by Thursday, February 27
  • REGISTER HERE

Growing your own food is a smart choice. Reaping the health and financial benefits, while improving the environment, makes it even better. Learn from a local garden expert as he explains how to grow and harvest organic produce in your own backyard.

2020 Oklahoma Gardening School

Garden Renovation for a Changing Climate: Transforming Your Yard into a Beautiful, Resilient, Eco-Friendly Garden

  • Saturday, March 21, 9 am – 4 pm
  • $40 member; $65 nonmember; $25 student with ID; optional box lunch $14
  • Register by Thursday, March 12
  • REGISTER HERE

Oklahoma Gardening School is the state’s premier annual horticultural symposium designed for home gardeners and professional horticulturists, garden designers and landscape architects. Each year Oklahoma Gardening School showcases national and local experts in gardening, plant selection, and garden design. Their illustrated talks and interactive Q&A sessions help participants convert their Oklahoma lawns into gorgeous, hardy and sustainable spaces.

Gardening in Dry-Shade Conditions

  • Saturday, March 28, 10 am
  • The Garden Classroom
  • Dave Edwards, Professor of Practice, Landscape Architecture Division, Gibbs College of Architecture at the University of Oklahoma
  • Water Conservation Coordinators from The City of Oklahoma City
  • Member $9; Nonmember $14
  • Register by Thursday, March 26
  • REGISTER HERE

Special thanks to SqueezeEveryDrop.com

This multi-speaker workshop is focused on selecting and cultivating drought-resistant dry-shade plants for hearty low-ground cover. Conservative watering techniques, such as irrigation, mulch and rain barrels will be discussed. Coffee and light breakfast options provided.