Gardening Oklahoma

Gardening Oklahoma

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Gardening articles from NewsOK

Nature center holds Earth Day festival
Martin Park Nature Center in Oklahoma City provided eco-friendly activities Saturday. Read More
Metro OKC homebuilding is off 2015 pace as for-sale homes supply inches up
Homebuilders picked up the pace of starting new projects in March, The Builder Report by Dharma Inc. in Norman shows. However, new starts by the builders are still down by about 25 percent for the first three months of this year, compared to the same time a year ago. Read More
Americans' shifting drinking habits could change happy hour as we know it
In 2016, Americans are drinking at home more than ever, thanks to new technology and a thirst for budget-friendly options. While that's bad news for the bar business, other companies are more than happy to cash in. Americans' favorite place to drink wine is in the comfort of their own homes, according to a... Read More
Oklahoma County land sales for April 30
Oklahoma County land sales for April 30, 2016 Read More
Real estate notes for April 30
Real estate notes for April 30, 2016 Read More
Errant fax sends career on 10-year roll as Oklahoma broker takes off in park properties
Real estate broker Keith Wilson put his career in park 10 years ago, but has been on a roll ever since. That's "park" as in mobile home park, and "roll" as in a decade of success with a property niche few others seem to want to deal with. Read More
Village Verde in northwest Oklahoma City is 'green' from the ground up
For Ideal Homes of Norman, a builder in Village Verde since construction started in 2012, green means energy-efficiency and cost-efficiency for homebuyers, of course — and monetary success for Ideal Homes. Read More
Block party Saturday to usher in northeast renaissance
“oNE OKC: A Northeast Renaissance,” a free outdoor event, will be held Saturday at Douglass High School's Miller Football Stadium. It will be presented from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. by the Northeast Renaissance Steering Committee, Leadership Oklahoma City's LOYAL Class XI and the Alliance for Economic Development of... Read More
Oklahoma City opens new demonstration garden
Oklahoma City's fourth water conservation demonstration garden is open at Bluff Creek Park, 4551 W Hefner Road (entrance at 11301 N Meridian). Stroll through the water conservation demonstration garden and see practical, firsthand examples of Oklahoma-tough plant materials and landscape designs adaptable to home... Read More
Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity renames stores
Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity has changed the name of its stores from Renovation Station to Central Oklahoma Habitat ReStore. They remain as home improvement resale stores that sell donated new and “gently used” furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances to the public at a fraction of... Read More


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