Tulsa's Linnaeus Teaching Gardens
The Linnaeus Teaching Garden is a demonstration/teaching garden in Woodward Park, staffed by well-trained volunteers who share their knowledge and love of gardening with the public.
The Garden is free and open to the public:
Tuesday thru Saturday, March thru early Dec 9AM - 4PM
Sunday, Mother's Day thru August 1PM - 4PM
No pets, except service dogs, please.
It is located in the Woodward Park complex due east of the Rose Garden and the Tulsa Garden Center at:
2435 S. Peoria Avenue (Tulsa Map)
The Garden areas demonstrate the latest and most successful techniques for growing vegetables, annuals, perennials, woody plants and groundcovers.
All Garden areas are accessible via ramps and paved pathways.
Free Group Tours can also be arranged. See specifics under Education Programs.
For more information about the Linnaeus Teaching Gardens, contact us.