Woodward Park & Gardens, Tulsa, OK

by Roger Due [4-30-2023].

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On Sunday afternoon I spent several hours enjoying the Spring sunshine & beauty of this great park & taking photos of the flowers. This is a great place for families with children. Each time I've been here I've seen wedding photos being taken. All of the photos have been cropped & resized from the original. I just enjoy their beauty & let others figure out their names.


Woodward Park is a 45-acre public park, botanical garden, and arboretum located between 21st Street and 24th Street east of South Peoria Avenue and west of South Rockford Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in the Midwestern United States. The park, named for Helen Woodward, the original property owner, was established in 1929, after a lengthy court suit over ownership.

The park was designed to provide its visitors experience with a variety of horticultural subjects. It contains a number of specialty gardens, including those featuring spring flowers, tropical plants and cacti, the Tulsa Rose Garden, the Tulsa Garden Center, and the Tulsa Arboretum. The park is particularly known for its azaleas, as well as tulips, irises, dogwoods, and redbuds. The Rose Garden (established 1935) features over 9,000 roses of over 250 varieties.

The park was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 11, 2014 as Woodward Park and Gardens Historic District. Its areas of significance are listed as Landscape Architecture, Architecture, and Education/Recreation.[

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