Supporters – Friends of the Linnaeus Garden

The following individuals and organizations have taught classes, provided their expertise, donated plants and materials, and helped in a myriad of other ways to make the Linnaeus Garden successful.

Bell’s Daylily Garden – We grow more than 900 of the newest and best daylilies on the market.


Brent and Becky’s Bulbs – Plant bulbs and harvest smiles.



Butler & Butler, Inc. – Advertising, Marketing, and Public Relations


Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation – Provides assistance to non-sectarian charitable organizations dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in Oklahoma, especially in the areas of education, child advocacy, and community service.


European Copper Chimney Pots – By Jack Arnold



Green Country Water Garden Society – A non-profit affiliate of the Tulsa Garden Center whose goal is to promoting  water gardening education and related interests. Sponsor of Tulsa’s annual pond tour.



Green Thumb Nursery – Specializing in perennials. 4605 Nowata Road, Bartlesville, OK  74006. Call 1-800-747-0812.



Groco Agricultural Marketing, Inc. –  Pecan hull mulch wholesaler; ask for Groco Pecan Hull mulch at your local garden center.



Hardscape Materials – Tulsa’s most complete stone and water garden center



Hasty-Bake – Charcoal ovens since 1948; made in the USA.


Hoffman Fixtures – Your kitchen and bath design source since 1949.



Impressions in Stone – Custom-made stone puts the beauty of nature within your reach.



Lendonwood Gardens – A botanical jewel in Grove, Oklahoma



The Metropolitan Environmental Trust – The M.E.T. encourages all gardeners to help keep grass clippings and leaves out of landfills through composting. For more information about composting, visit the Website or call 918-584-0584.



Oklahoma Native Plant Society – Promotes the use of native plants in the landscape.




Roses Inc. Green Country – The only nursery in Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, and Missouri dedicated to the care and growing of roses with a catalog containing over 500 varieties. Please contact them at 918-455-ROSE (7673).



Shamrock Gardens – Bonsai and Japanese stones; for information call Pat Coen at 918 605-0890.



Tulsa Area Daylily Society – Dedicated to the study and use of daylilies in the garden and landscape; contact Randall Barron at 918-369-1581.



Tulsa Area Iris Society – Garden enthusiasts promoting the growth, appreciation, and study of iris



Tulsa Stone and Brick Works – Tulsa’s premier custom masonry provider



Tulsa Herb Society – The purpose of our organization is to foster the appreciation, study, culture, history, and use of herbs.




Tulsa Perennial Club – Promoting the use of perennials in the garden and landscape. Contact for more information.



Tulsa Rose Society – Our objective is to study and encourage rose culture and promote interest in and love for the rose in the area.