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Enjoyed our stroll through these gardens, which were open early on a Saturday morning. Located in beautiful Woodward Park, this is a great place to tour and see local vegetation in a beautiful setting.
I've never been to the gardens (on weekends) when the docents aren't helpful and gushingly friendly. They are there to help you in your journey and to answer questions. The vegetable gardens are unique and a delight. The pond is filled by several small streams flowing into it with koi greeting you as you cross the bridge. There is always... 更多
This is arguably one of the most beautiful spots in Tulsa. The gardens are kept up meticulously (minus parts of the rose garden dealing with disease but this is such a small part, it's not a big deal). I found the beautiful flowers, greenery, architecture, and waterfalls breathtaking. Loved our peaceful stroll through the greenhouse, vegetable garden, walkways, and down... 更多
These gardens were fantastic. They are much larger than you think. There are many small gardens. A great koi pond full of bull frogs. It was fun to try and find them. Hopefully one of the 300 volunteers are there to tell you the story of this wonderful place. It is a very peaceful and lovely walk.
The gardens are beautiful and there are always volunteers to answer any questions you may have about particular plants.
The Linnaeus Teaching gardens are a must to visit, expecially if you have children. Its absolutely beautiful. You can even fring a sack lunch and chill there.
The Linnaeus Teaching Garden is a lovely garden maintained by volunteers who love plants, gardening and sharing their knowledge. The garden changes with the seasons and with new plant introductions, making every visit a new learning experience. It's a great place for gathering ideas for your own garden and a peaceful place to relax. It is adjacent to the Tulsa... 更多
Really must see for your self. It is so beautiful and cared for by volunteers from the local area. They have special events. Come check it out.