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Lendonwood Gardens, Grove

4.6
#57 of 59 in Parks in Oklahoma
Garden Nature / Park
Lendonwood features six distinct gardens, each with a theme and atmosphere all its own. They include: the Display Garden near the entrance; the Oriental Garden featuring shade plants; the Japanese Pavilion Garden with Koi Pond; the English Terrace Garden highlighting sunny beds and rhododendrons; the American Backyard Garden, where plants thrive without much water; the Angel of Hope Garden, surrounding a statue of an angel, in memory of lost loved ones, especially children; and the Azalea Garden, which in April is abloom with colors ranging from pink to lavender to red to white.

In addition, the Gardens include 25 varieties of dogwoods, 75 varieties of Japanese maples, and 125 varieties of hostas. With more than 500 varieties of daylilies, Lendonwood has been designated a display garden for the American Hemerocallis (daylily) Society. In addition, the Gardens are home to about 200 varieties of conifers and 25 varieties of viburnums.
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  • Very well kept up, and gorgeous. Relaxing environment with many benches to stop, rest and take in everything. Will definitely be going back.  more »
  • Dr. Leonard Miller was very thoughtful when he created this garden in Grove. I like to come here in a slightly warm day and with the shade from the tall trees the garden is cool and relaxing. If you w...  more »
  • People drive miles to buy tickets to big attraction gardens and this special non profit garden is a lovely spot all year long that you can just enjoy at your own leisure and make a donation. A work in...  more »
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  • This was a great place! We had family that needed assistance walking. We called ahead and a board member took them around in golf cart while we walked. It was an excellent your!
  • We just had my daughter's wedding here and these people are just fantastic. They bent over backwards, even working in the rain, to make our event spectacular. We were supposed to have the ceremony and reception in a friends lakefront yard but 2 weeks before he backed out. We called Lendonwood and that was the best decision we ever made. When I first called we were just looking to hold the reception there and the weather was supposed to be partly cloudy in the 70's. A week later the forecast was rainy and 40's. We kept hoping for the best because the day before and after were supposed to be sunny and high 60's. No luck, the day arrived and at 8 a.m. it started raining and it was indeed 40. We were setting up the table in the covered pavilion and ordering heaters for heat when Cindy showed up from Lendonwood. She basically forced me to let her put us inside. They had cleared out a very large house with attached green house, and her staff got out a tractor and helped us tear down and move everything up to the house. OH MY GOD they were so nice! We fit 70 people in there easily and were so glad she forced us to take it. Just the 15 minutes the guests spent in the pavilion left 5 of them shivering. I will recommend this location to anyone looking for an affordable, location, or even if you have thousands to spend, go here, its beautiful. Even on March 11 with weather in the 40's my daughter found at least 10 flowery spots to take pictures. In the sprin, summer, and fall the scenery will be awesome.
  • A large living history museum with a large number of exhibits and events throughout the year. Is closed during winter months except for special events like Christmas.
  • Lendonwood Gardens is a beautiful volunteer maintained and publicly accessible garden in Grove Oklahoma. I am no plant expert so I can't really describe what I see other than in the submitted photos. If you are in the area, make a quick stop, enjoy the serenity that stems from both nature and years of labourious cultivation by the garden's volunteers. Don't forget to leave a small donation. :)
  • Beautiful garden, well maintained and it is even mostly paved for anyone with difficulty walking.