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Gathering Place

We make the short trip up the turnpike to Tulsa to Gathering Place. Stacie Martin, Director of Horticulture and Operations with Gathering Place, tells us how the park's design mirrors the…

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Grafting Peaches at Greenleaf Nursery

Greenleaf Nursery brand and marketing manager, Mark Andrews, explains the steps of bud grafting and the four-year process it takes to grow quality peach trees. Airdate (07/09/22) #4902 …

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Tulsa Garden Center's History

The president of the Tulsa Garden Center, Laura Chalus, reveals the history of the garden center and what it offers to horticulture enthusiasts in the Tulsa area. Tulsa Garden Center:…

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Teel's Home Garden in the Tulsa Garden Club 71st Tour

We visit with Paul and Beth Teel who show us around their beautiful garden. Beth points out the wonderful cement pots and lambs sprinkled throughout the landscape that she creates to add charm to her…

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Wilburn's Home Garden in the Tulsa Garden Club 71st Tour

Jim Wilburn shows us around the many different court yards he has in his landscape and introduces us to Carla Childs who's in charge of all the beautiful color blooming at the residence. To…

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Brown's Home Garden in the Tulsa Garden Club 71st Tour

We head on over to the Brown residence and talk with head landscaper Scott Honeyman who shows us how this garden perfectly hides the homeowner's septic tank system in the front yard. Then…

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Oklahoma Gardening- May 7, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Tulsa Garden Club's 71st Garden Tour Join us today as we head to Tulsa for the 71st annual Tulsa Garden Club garden tour. Cindy Davis, the tour's co-chair,…

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Landscaping around Septic Tanks

Sergio Abit, OSU Extension specialist for onsite waste treatment systems, gives us a few pointers about landscaping around our septic tanks. Airdate (04/16/22) #4842 Questions? To find out more…

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Oklahoma Gardening April 16, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Potager Garden at TBG Host Casey Hentges is planting thyme in between our pavers and establishing a potager garden in the new Backyard demonstration garden. …

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Tom and Edna Carson Family Garden Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

The north entrance to the Edmon Low Library boasts a new, beautiful native garden with nature inspired landscape design and a calming water feature thanks to the generosity of the Tom and Edna Carson…

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Oklahoma Gardening March 19, 2022

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:43 Coral Japanese MapleHost Casey Hentges introduces us to a vibrantly colored tree that provides color to the landscape even in the middle of winter, the Coral…

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Frost Pocket Affecting Fruit Trees

Becky Carroll, OSU Fruit and Pecan Extension Specialist, warns us about frost pockets we can find in our landscape and how these colder areas can affect the fruit production on our trees. Airdate…

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Easy Access Raised Bed

Steve Upson, a retired Horticulture Consultant from the Noble Research Institute, shares with us his newest recycled tire raised bed creation. This bed is meant to be a permanent installation in the…

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Oklahoma Gardening #4834 (02/19/22)

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Houseplant Soil Toppers Host Casey Hentges shows us the benefit of adding decorations to our houseplants. Not only can soil toppers help prevent splash-back, but…

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Eucalyptus as an Annual

Host Casey Hentges informs us that even though eucalyptus are tropical plants, you can still add it to the Oklahoma landscape as an annual. In the colder climates, above cold hardiness zone 9, you…

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OKG: Wattle Fencing in Home Gardens

We visit the local Bustani Plant Farm and talk with owner, Steve Owens, for tips and ideas related to the wattle fence he has incorporated into his demonstration garden. Airdate (10/16/21) #4816 …

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