Monthly meetings center around educational programming for members and guests--soon-to-be-members. In-depth horticulture and floral design study, field trips and guided travel/tours* extend experiences for new, unique, historic or trend-setting adventures.
Local, regional, national and global learning and networking opportunities include workshops, conventions and schools.
National Garden Clubs (NGC) offers rich adult education! Courses start year-round. Scroll below for upcoming calendar. Check out these Schools AND multiple refreshers:
*Check out the Club's March 2020 trip to Philadelphia Flower Show.
Standard flower shows, tours of public and private gardens, building and supporting teaching and exhibition gardens helps new and long-time gardeners learn more about floral artistry and developing awareness of environmental issues, conservation, and what grows in eastern Oklahoma.
The Club's education and commitment to conservation and environmental issues includes financial support and advocacy for local, national and global initiatives. In addition to NGC National Garden Week and Plant America, learn more about our Gardening Education Partners/Grantees, below.
Since the 1950s, Tulsa Garden Club has supported Oklahoma State University students in horticulture, adding landscape architecture in recent years. OSU Foundation, now, manages the Club's endowment that funds multiple scholarships each year.
Tulsa Community College students in horticulture benefited for many years. Today, TCC Foundation manages the Club's endowment for TCC's "Second Chance" program. "Second Chance" helps fund horticulture programming scholarships, certification, maintenance and supplies for inmates of Dick Conner Correctional Center.
In partnership with district, state, and regional clubs plus NGC, Tulsa Garden Club sponsors Youth Contests, such as the annual Woodsy Owl Poster Contest. Scroll below for this year's contest details for elementary students grades 1-5.
The Nature Conservancy is a global environment nonprofit working to create a world where people and nature can thrive. Oklahoma's Joseph H. Williams Tallgrass Prairie is the largest protected remnant of tallgrass prairie left one earth.
Tulsa Garden Center offers lectures, classes, training, plant shows, and special events as the community's horticultural center. Linnaeus Teaching Garden volunteers share their knowledge and love of gardening through this demonstration/teaching garden.