Gardening Oklahoma

Gardening Oklahoma

Know it: Gardening Oklahoma will help you determine what type of garden or landscaping suits your project, making gardening in Oklahoma a pleasure rather than a chore.

Gardening articles from NewsOK

An Oklahoma City area briefs package
An Oklahoma City area briefs package for Oct. 26 Read More
Plant now for spring-flowering bulbs
Varieties to consider include the Peruvian lily, giant allium, wood anemone, blackberry lily, leopard flower, crocus, crown imperial, checkered lily, snowdrop, grape hyacinth, wood hyacinth and squill. Read More
Street of Dreams lives up to the name in Edmond, Oklahoma
Seven luxury homes in Edmond's Black Oak at Iron Horse Ranch are on fully staged display through Oct. 30. Read More
The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week, Oct. 22, 2016
The Oklahoman's Listing of the Week, Oct. 22, 2016 Read More
Marni Jameson: Second-home owners offer firsthand advice
Over the past two weeks in this column I’ve shared, in a general sense, the pluses and minuses of the second home. This week, I am giving the reins over to my readers, who have shared their firsthand knowledge of second-home ownership. Read More
Global population growth, the food supply and sustainable agriculture are among the topics. Read More
Kenneth R. Harney: Court ruling could encourage realty payoff scheme revival
Creative, under-the-table payoff schemes among realty brokers, mortgage lenders and title companies that can stifle market competition and raise settlement costs to consumers by hundreds or even thousands of dollars. Read More
For sale: Where Frank Sinatra lived it his way
During his dozen years of ownership, Frank Sinatra used his mountaintop sanctuary to host a variety of guests. Members of his inner circle known as the Rat Pack, as well as an endless stream of celebrities and dignitaries, were known to frequent the property. Read More
Rodd Moesel: Time for trillions of leaves to take their leave
There are literally trillions of leaves, just here in the metro area, even more leaves than dollars of national debt. Those leaves sprouted forth from the branches, twigs and stems of our trees and shrubs as early as March, April, and May. Read More
Climate-controlled Garage Condos of Oklahoma breaks ground in Edmond
Likely condo buyers are car collectors, RV owners, boat owners, "or anyone wanting to use the storage space as a personal workshop or 'man-cave,' ” developer Chris Carllson said. Read More


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