Gardening Oklahoma

Gardening Oklahoma

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Gardening articles from NewsOK

It isn't news, but look at this creepy hornets nest
I came across this on reddit and thought I’d share. #NightmaresForDays Read More
Oklahoma news briefs for April 23, 2014
Oklahoma news briefs for April 23, 2014 Read More
Felines, friends impress at cat show in Oklahoma City
People travel from across the county to show off their cats at the Oklahoma City’s Cat Club Show. Read More
Fine Arts Institute of Edmond plans fundraisers
The Fine Arts Institute of Edmond holds fundraisers to help fund classes in fine arts and performing arts. Read More
The Nation's Housing Column: Is spring the time to list a home?
Reviews of realty industry and academic studies suggest that while sales totals generally are highest in May and June, they are actually reflecting listings, contracts and buyer searches that occur earlier in the year. Read More
Listing of the week: 18500 Scarlet Oak Lane
The Listing of the Week is an updated 11/2-level home in the Twin Oaks addition in northwest Oklahoma City. Read More
Improving Your Home: Tips provided for keeping the inside of your house dry
Improving Your Home: Paul Bianchina gives some practical home maintenance tips for keeping that water where it belongs. Read More
Realtors' groups launch app
The app allows real estate agents and potential homebuyers to search for homes on the Multiple Listing Service. Read More
Ray Ridlen: How do you become a Master Gardener?
Last year, Oklahoma County Master Gardeners assisted more than 20,000 area residents with gardening questions. Read More
More consumers grow their own
At the Home Depot, edible plants have been the fastest growing category in live goods for the past five years. Read More

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