Saturday, March 11, 9am-3:45pm

OCU's Meinders School of Business Auditorium


Saturday is almost a sell-out for Oklahoma Gardening School! Our brand new location at OCU offers easy parking! We offer an amazing theme, BLOOMS FOR BIRDS: Sustainable Gardening to Attract & Support Wildlife. We are proud to welcome our first speaker David Mizejewski with The National Wildlife Federation in DC celebrating the 50th anniversary of their Certified Wildlife Habitat program - the largest and oldest backyard habitat effort in the US. To date, more than 284,000 properties have been certified, including the Children's Garden in 2016!

It doesn't stop there either; seven different vendors will be present including SqueezeEveryDrop, Oklahoma County Master Gardeners, Oklahoma Horticulture Society, Full Circle Book Store, WildCare Oklahoma, Myriad Gardens Shop, and Oklahoma Native Plant Society.

Admission costs $40 members / $70 nonmembers / $25 students w/ ID – so don’t miss your chance to attend this one-of-a-kind event!


Guided Gardens Tour THIS Friday

Friday, March 10, 1pm &

Saturday, March 25, 10am


Come tiptoe through the early stages of the tulips, the daffodils, and hyacinths with us as we look at the spring bulbs in the Myriad Gardens. Horticulturists on staff will talk about how our amazing displays are put together each year. On this tour, people can learn how to plan the best bulbs for their homes. This tour will also show how to grow these springtime beauties in the best way. This free tour will start at 1pm on Friday, March 10 at the Visitor Center. Can't make it? We'll circle back on March 25, 10am for more blooms!


Get Ready to Spring Break in the Gardens!

Spring Break Drop-Ins

Monday-Friday, March 13-17

Drop-ins between 10am–noon

Children’s Garden Porch

Donations Accepted

Best for Ages 3-12

All Ages Welcome

Get outside this Spring Break and join us in the Children’s Garden for this come-and-go experience. We will read stories, make crafts, and go on adventures suited to each day’s theme.

  • Monday, March 13: Butterflies
  • Tuesday, March 14: Flowers
  • Wednesday, March 15: Nature Art
  • Thursday, March 16: Shapes in Nature
  • Friday, March 17: Clovers


St. Patrick's Day Slime Creations

Friday, March 17, 1-2pm

Best for Ages 3-10

Member $12; Nonmember $15

Register by March 14

Join us this St. Patrick’s Day as we make festive slime. Each participant will create and take home a container of green aloe slime and a container of leprechaun slime. We will go on a fun scavenger hunt to find a pot of gold glitter and slime charms to add to our creations.


DIY Wedding & Prom: Corsages & Boutonnieres

Saturday, March 18, 1-3PM

Member $30; Nonmember $35

Register by Wed, March 15

Stun your friends, guests, or family with a corsage and boutonniere set you’ve made as we take you step-by-step through the process, and by the end of this class feel confident with the tools and tricks of the trade to keep making them for seasons on.


Mo's Carousel Open Weekends

Take a spin on the carousel this March! Mo's Carousel is now open Saturdays and Sundays, plus all of Spring Break week, March 13-17, from 12-6pm (weather permitting). Get zooming with family members - just $3 per rider. Already have Family PLUS membership? Enjoy unlimited rides for free!

Become a member! Enjoy so many benefits!

Get ALL the details - vendors, performances & more

Weekday Hours at the Crystal Bridge Conservatory Have Changed Temporarily

The Inasmuch Foundation Crystal Bridge Conservatory has adjusted its weekday hours, now open from 9am-4pm weekdays for a few weeks. Visitors can still enjoy their trips to the Visitor Lobby, Art Gallery, and Gardens Gift Shop with regular business hours of 9am-5pm on Saturdays and 11am-5pm on Sundays. The Conservatory is open Saturday, 9am-5pm and Sunday, 11am.

For information on admission and membership visit here.

Join or Renew Your Family Membership!

Magical Night Out Alert! (Frozen Fam. 4-pack Giveaway)

Are you ready for family night like no other? Now is your chance to experience the acclaimed OKC Broadway musical “Frozen” with the family. Anyone who rejoins or joins the Gardens at the Family Level or above from March 7-March 24 will be entered to win. Catch this family friendly show on Wednesday, March 29 at the Civic Center Music Hall.

Go ahead, "Let it go! Let it go!" and join our members and be entered to win. But don’t wait too long - the contest closes March 24 at midnight. Winner announced on our website on March 25.

Join or rejoin online here!

Chlesea KEW Round Herb Pot - $32.50

Handcrafted by artisans, these pots are suitable for indoor and outdoor use. These pieces are individually crafted therefore no two pots are exactly alike. The size is perfect for sitting in a windowsill on your kitchen so fresh herbs will only be a few steps away!

Members get 10% off!

Monday through Saturday, 9am to 5pm and Sunday, 11am-5pm.

Free Fitness in the Gardens

Something new for our fitness programs!

Vernal Equinox Sound Bath & Meditation

Monday, March 20, 6-7pm

Park House - FREE

A sound bath is a deeply-immersive, full-body listening experience that intentionally uses sound with sound bowls and other instruments to invite gentle yet powerful therapeutic and restorative processes to nurture your mind and body. Please bring a blanket, pillow and yoga mat for optimal comfort along with comfortable clothing. Let us know you're joining us! Here's the Facebook invite.


Saturdays, 9am

and Tuesdays, 6pm

Bring a mat, water

Practicing yoga in the Gardens has the added benefit of connecting you with nature. The Gardens offer a space of beauty and tranquility to help relieve stress and quiet your mind. Classes are open to all levels, whether you are a beginner or an experienced yogi.

FREE Tai Chi

Every other Monday, 4pm

NEXT CLASS: March 20

Bring a mat, water

Water Plaza Room

Learn basic forms, slow and even movements along with proper breathing techniques. Instructed by Ling Miller. Wear comfortable clothes to move in and flat shoes for balancing on one foot. Chairs available upon request. 


Spring Pruning, Plotting

and Planning

Saturday, March 25, 1-3pm

Member $10; Nonmember $15 by March 22


Our Conservatory in Depth:

Seed Dispersal

Saturday, March 25, 11am-noon

Member $8; Nonmember $12

Register by Wed., March 22


Coming up for April & May!

Tulip Festival

Saturday & Sunday, April 8 & 9, 10am-5pm

It's the first-ever tulip festival on Saturday and Sunday, April 8 and 9, 10am-5pm. View the eye-catching 30,000+ tulip blossoms as well as the distinctive creative displays, take classes, enjoy musical performances, take part in kid-friendly crafts and games, and dine and buy with dozens of regional merchants. Take wonderful pictures with your family, friends, and loved ones amid the tulips.


OKC Flower & Garden Festival

Saturday, May 13, 9am-4pm

Gardeners, cooking enthusiasts, home decorators and other plant lovers are invited to the Gardens’ annual Oklahoma City Flower & Garden Festival, Saturday, May 13, 2023 from 9am-4pm. The event, which is free to the public, features flowers, herbs, succulents, jewelry, art, crafts and other garden-related items sure to brighten anyone’s home.


The Myriad Gardens Foundation wishes to thank our sustaining partners

in providing major and ongoing support:

Inasmuch Foundation

The Chickasaw Nation

Devon Energy Corp.

E.L. and Thelma Gaylord Foundation

Robert Glenn Rapp Foundation

Tinker Federal Credit Union

Robert H. Meinders

Jean and David McLaughlin

Anonymous in recognition of Bert Cooper


Kirkpatrick Family Fund

Continental Resources

McGee Foundation

Parks and Public Spaces Initiative

Robinson-Park, LLC

Avis Scaramucci

Glenna and Richard Tanenbaum

The City of Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City Economic Development Trust

State of Oklahoma Office of Homeland Security

Myriad Gardens Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, operates Myriad Botanical Gardens within a public-private partnership with the City of Oklahoma and Oklahoma City Economic Development Trust. These partners provide a portion of the funds needed to manage and maintain the Gardens. The Foundation relies on earned revenue and philanthropic support to provide additional necessary funds for the Gardens operations.  

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