Some of our Favorites

Clematis pitcheri

Bee exploring a native Clematis.

Phlox glabberina

Smooth phlox, growing at the edge of a rain garden.

A member's lovely summer garden

This lovely garden is full of perennials, starting with a tall garden phlox, a red crepe myrtle, red beebalm, bronze smoke tree, 'Gypsy Queen' clematis, and an agastache. There is so much happening in this small space! Lovely!

Lonicera sempervirens

This is 'Major Wheeler' honeysuckle, a selection of our native Oklahoma honeysuckle. Blooms in spring, and sporadically through the summer. Hummingbirds love this plant.

Veronica peduncularis

Veronica 'Georgia Blue' is a low-growing, spreading plant which likes good drainage and part sun. Lovely little creeper with beautiful spring flowers.

Penstemon murrayanus

Cup-leaved penstemon. This plant is native to Oklahoma and enjoys a sunny spot where it can be left alone.

Asclepias tuberosa

Butterfly Weed, a host for monarch butterflies. Plant butterfly weed in a dry, sunny area where it can remain. Nehi orange flowers!

Oenothera macrocarpa

Missouri Evening Primrose likes a well-drained site; here it is growing on the top tier of a sloping yard.

Erigeron pulchellus

Robin's Plaintain. Another lovely little native plant that spreads itself around in sunny to shady areas.

Tulipa Virichic

Just a funky tulip to add to your spring-bloomers. Find it at Brent & Becky's bulbs.

Silene regia

Called Royal Catchfly for a reason; its leaves and stems are sticky and do catch small flying insects. Gotta love those red flowers.