Welcome to the Linnaeus Teaching Gardens
Quinn finds a friend in the garden. Bring your children to Story Time Under the Stars Oct 12 and let them explore the garden before and after.
Grandparents show their grandson how vegetables are grown. Grandparents Day is Sunday, October 16.
Wooden Garden Totes made at Tulsa's Fab Lab. Get "How To" Garden Tote Instructions here.
We are now closed on Sundays
until Mother's Day 2017
EXCEPT for Grandparents Day, Sunday, Oct 16.
On Sunday, October 16th, from 10am to 3pm, the Linnaeus Teaching Garden will celebrate Grandparents Day.
The first 100 Grandmothers will be given nosegays of fresh herbs and flowers; gramdfathers will be given boutonnieres. A photographer will give each family a photo of them with their grandchildren in a souvenir holder.
Along with light refreshments, children will have an opportunity to visit the Fairy Garden, feed the fish, and have their faces painted.
"Story Time Under the Stars" Wednesday, October 12, 6:30pm
Bring your children for this special event at the Linnaeus Teaching Gardens Wednesday, October 12.
Readings will begin at 6:30pm at different stations that children can rotate between. Each story should take about 15 minutes.
There will be three readers on pumpkins, apples, and the night and the moon. There will also be a special Story Teller from the Arts and Humanities Council who will be telling stories about bats.
Bring your pre-school to elementary-aged children and grandchildren. Readers will wear pajamas and bathrobes, and you and your children can, too!
There is something special about being in the Linnaeus Gardens in the evening.
This event is free to the public and no registration is required. For more information, call 918.746.5125.
Check our Events Calendar for details. Events are free unless otherwise indicated. Most require reservations. Call at 918-746-5215.
- Sept 27, 6:30pm, Introduction to Essential Oils
- Sept 29, 6:30pm, Trees for Tulsa Seminar
The Garden is Open:
Tues-Sat, 9am-4pm, March thru early Dec
Sundays 1-4pm, Mother's Day thru August
(will be closed during inclement weather)
Questions? Talk to a Linnaeus Gardener at (918)746-5151. Go to About the Garden for more info.
What's in Bloom?
It's been a hot summer. Still hot into September, but these blooms look great.