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Stillwater, OK 74078

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Horticulture and Landscape Architecture

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20 Years Oklahoma Proven

OK ProvenWe are excited to celebrate 20 years of Oklahoma Proven! Started in 1999, Oklahoma Proven is a plant evaluation and marketing program designed to help consumers select the best plants for their Oklahoma gardens. The goal has been to select plants that are tolerant of the varied and challenging environmental conditions found throughout Oklahoma, since using well-adapted plants should lead to greater gardening success and more environmentally friendly gardens. Drought resistance has become an important selection criteria for landscape materials, and many of the selections highlighted in this guide are recognized for their low water usage. Purchase for the gardener in your family! 

The Greenhouse Learning Center

grnhse_ctr2A new Greenhouse Learning Center will prepare Oklahoma State University students to become active participants in the $14 billion national horticulture industry. It will better prepare career-ready professionals to enter the horticulture industry. 

It will include cutting-edge irrigation systems, intense climate and humidity control, and other technology standards in the industry. For more information . . .

Departmental Highlights

  • Lu Zhang is our new pecan and tree physiology faculty member. She has a 25% teaching and 75% research appointment and began August 2018.
  • Casey Hentges recognized as the 2018 Green Industry Professional of the Year during the Oklahoma Nursery and Landscape Association Conference held July 26-27.
  • Dr. Kevin Moore joins the Department as our new Extension Associate in the ThinkWater Extension program. Dr. Moore is a biosystems engineer and his extension work is focused on water conservation and water quality projects in Edmond and Oklahoma City.
  • After 10 years in the making, OSU's newest turfgrass variety, Tahoma 31, has officially been released! The new variety was produced by a joint effort between our department and the Plant and Soil Sciences Department. Watch for the availability during the 2019 Spring season.
  • Barbara Pass, a late alumna impacts The Botanic Garden at OSU with a legacy gift. Her generous gift is a game-changer, being the first endowment to ever support this program.  Read more . . .

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