Thanks to a rainy spring and last week’s rain deluge, our plants are entering into this season very well-watered. How do we keep it up into the dry summer months?
See the photos from this fantastic event that turned out 700+ attendees to benefit local children in foster care!
On Saturday June 12th the Sapulpa Elks Lodge #1118 will honor and celebrate the national observance for the symbol of our country – Flag Day. This will be 10 a.m. at Martha’s Corner.
So what do our gardens need now that we can be outside? Here are some reminders for June gardeners.
This “Cowboys Who Care” rodeo will benefit Oklahoma children and youth in foster care.
“We want to protect our legitimate Oklahoma businesses and, at the same time, send a strong message that Oklahoma is not a safe haven for criminal organizations,” Leewright said.
Congratulations Kourtnie and Steven!
A behind-the-scenes view will reveal annual and perennial flowers, vegetable and herb gardening, water management, and hardscape design!
Three Sapulpa High School students were recognized for excellent performance on the 2021 National Spanish Examinations.
May is a super busy month for gardeners. Conditions are great to get everything in good shape and ready to withstand the hot summer temperatures. This is the time to get new plants in the ground and protect those that we already have, if they survived our winter blast!