Linnaeus Teaching Gardens, Tulsa
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Linnaeus Teaching Gardens is located in Tulsa. Arrange to visit Linnaeus Teaching Gardens and other attractions in Tulsa using our Tulsa vacation planner.
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It's absolutely beautiful and a lot larger than I was expecting. It's completely volunteer run and they are so friendly and helpful. They took our kids on a tour of the vegetable garden and they got t... read more »
The Linnaeus Teaching Gardens are simply gorgeous. Part of the Tulsa Garden Center and Woodward Park, they offer respite in a beautiful setting and opportunities to learn about gardens and plants. Rea... read more »
The grounds are absolutely beautiful. I was in town for a few days and made a quick stop here, it was worth it. We only had a short time, so was unable to cover the entire park. We only visited the Ro... read more »
A MUST SEE FOR EVERYONE, TULSA NATIVE OR VISITORS......!!!!! The Linnaeus Garden is the only place in Tulsa that is rooted in the realities of the world we live in. You can go for a mini-vacation, and spiritual retreat..... or simply recharge your truer self. Go, be filled and tell others about this FREE experience that is life changing for all ages. This is one of those life changing moments where Harmony and Reality comes together. Bring ALL of your senses into this place of nature, architecture and horticulture. This garden is a micro-cosmos.... of the harmony within ourselves and nature we ALL live in strive to have balance in. In the "Garden" model..... a real working model, you can simply experience this for yourself. Something for everyone! As a Teaching Garden, its intent is to change you by involving you in your own personal way. Check for the hours of operation.....it changes seasonally.....but worth the effort. Makes you proud to be a "Tulsan".... and a human being. Bless the Tulsa Park system, the Tulsa Garden Center and the Linnaeus Gardeners..... for giving all of us such a wonderful glimpse of the garden, the higher harmony we all want.
A must see hidden Jewel in Tulsa, if you like nature you will love this place...
One of my favorite places in Tulsa.
Heaven on Earth
Anita Van Arsdel
If I can't be at the sea, this is my second favorite place in the Universe. The garden is beautiful, and hot days or cold days there is something special to see. One of the volutneers, pointed out unique bark of certain tree's and explained that is their beauty in winter. I was fascinated! Lot's of criteria goes should be considered when adding a tree, but I have added that to my list! I also learned that Linnaeus Gardens has a website and a FB page, so a sleepless night will find me on the website! I visit frequently and am constantly in awe of this entirely volunteer effort! I really hope you take an hour or two, ( I take four ) walk the garden and just enjoy. It does have a special spirit lurking about!
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