Garden lovers: Learn to identify plants, attend workshops at Oklahoma City’s first demonstration garden

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City’s first demonstration garden will open to Oklahomans on May 22nd, following a grand opening event.

The water conservation demonstration garden will provide practical, first-hand examples of drought tolerant plant materials, efficient irrigation technology and landscape designs that property owners can use in their own landscapes.

Signs throughout the garden help visitors identify plants.

The demonstration garden will also be used as a teaching tool for workshops and seminars.

Oklahoma City and OSU extension officials will cut the ribbon and officially open the garden Thursday, May 22nd, at OSU-OKC.

Refreshments and walking tours will follow the grand opening.

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