The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State
The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State is a 100 acre multi-purpose facility located
just west of OSU’s main campus at 3425 W. Virginia and is home to the Division of Agriculture's award-winning Oklahoma Gardening show.
The research emphasis of the Botanic Garden centers on turfgrass and ornamental horticulture. Additionally, our unique geographic location near the confluence of two watersheds, Stillwater Creek and Cow Creek, allows to to serve as a host for various research projects dealing with environmental and water management issues.
The Botanic Garden also functions as a major teaching and extension resource for the Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. In addition to serving as an outdoor classroom for several departments, we also host many workshops and other educational events throughout the year.
The crown jewel of the facility is the Oklahoma Gardening Studio Garden. The garden currently hosts more than 7000 visitors a year.