To learn more about water conservation check out Oklahoma City's water conservation gardens. There are four located across Oklahoma City.
Signage in the southeast geometric garden beds, 301 W Reno Ave. Join the Garden Walking Tour as they highlight Plants for Water Conservation or Plants for Color. The guided tours are offered at 10am the last Saturday of each month or you can pick up a handout in their south lobby for a self-guided tour.
Southeast of the John E. Kirkpatrick Horticulture Center, 400 N. Portland Avenue. The Oklahoma City Zoo- Southwest side of the pachyderm building. Free parking is available and the garden is open daily during sunlight hours. The video below highlights the OSU-OKC water conservation garden.
The water conservation garden is located on the southwest side of the pachyderm building. The garden displays drought tolerant plants and displays the principles of water conservation landscaping.
Entrance to Bluff Creek Park, N Meridian Ave, off of W Hefner Road. The newest edition to the water conservation garden areas is located at the entrance to the beautiful Bluff Creek Park. The park has shady walking and biking trails.
The different gardens showcase Oklahoma tough landscapes and designs that can be incorporated into your own landscape.