Tulsa Garden Club

Since 1929, the Tulsa Garden Club has developed from a garden study club to an active civic organization whose objective is to study and advance the art of gardening, horticulture, floral design, landscape design, and environmental sciences.  The Garden Club planted the first roses in the Tulsa municipal Rose Garden and lobbied for the purchase of the current Tulsa Garden Center. Members serve in leadership roles in the community as Master Gardeners, as judges for regional and national flower shows and/or instructors for various classes and programs.  Other contributions to the community include: annual funding of the Tulsa Garden Center, furnishing rose plants to the Tulsa Municipal Rose Garden, helping organize other garden clubs throughout the Tulsa area, supporting anti-litter poster contests in Tulsa schools, staging standard flower shows for the public, awarding annual scholarships to landscape, architectural and horticulture students, supporting Up With Trees and ongoing conservation and roadside beautification projects, and presenting the Annual Garden Tour.