Gardening Oklahoma

Gardening Oklahoma

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Gardening articles from NewsOK

Oklahoma City-area community briefs
Oklahoma City-area community briefs for May 28. Read More
Crutcho Elementary in Oklahoma City receives garden grant
Crutcho Elementary School in Oklahoma City was one of 10 public or charter schools throughout the U.S. that received an educational grant from Alaska Fish Fertilizer and Cornell University Lab of Ornithology. Grant money is being devoted to a variety of garden, ornithology and greenhouse efforts at the school. Read More
Ward 8 residents invited to Oklahoma City park improvement workshop
Residents of Oklahoma City Ward 8 are invited to a workshop Thursday that will be hosted by the Oklahoma City Parks and Recreation Department to discuss ideas for capital improvements in city parks. Read More
Real estate notes for May 21
Rreal estate notes for May 21, 2016 Read More
Land sales
Land sales Recent major sales in Oklahoma County totaled more than $31 million, according to deeds released from County Clerk Carolynn Caudill's Office. Major sales are those of $200,000 or more. $1,000,000 or more DTN Lots LLC from SandRidge Realty LLC, property near the southwest corner of N Broadway Avenue... Read More
Real estate transactions for May 21
Real estate transactions for May 21, 2016 Read More
Oklahoma City metro builders have busy April; Parade of Homes continues run
Builders ended the first four months of 2016 with 1,490 starts, down 14.2 percent compared with the same period last year, according to The Builder Report by Dharma Inc. in Norman. Read More
Lisa Reed, Joan Bryant and Debbie Minter---Symphony Show House---Parties Extra!
[brightcove]4896300622001[/brightcove]   Lisa Reed, Debbie Minter and Joan Bryant talk about the Symphony Show House on Parties Extra! (Photo by Helen Ford Wallace). Read More
Richard Mize: New Oklahoma City zoning would care for character
The Oklahoma City Planning Department is working on a new zoning overlay district meant to allow flexibility for revitalization while protecting traditional neighborhood character. Read More
Symphony Show House continues this weekend
For the public, this weekend is the last chance to satisfy curiosity. The iconic house remains open as the Symphony Show House, presented by the Oklahoma City Orchestra League, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. Read More


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