Tulsa Zoo Conservation Garden

Project Type: Habitat/Garden, X-Large (1,000-4,999 sq ft)

Location: Non-Profit,

Tulsa, OK


This project is open to the public and can be seen at:

    • 6421 E. 36th Street North
      Tulsa, OK 74115

About this Monarch Project:

We have 3 certified Waystations at the Tulsa Zoo with the largest being the Conservation Garden. This is a large pollinator garden and certfied Waystation with over 100 native Oklahoma plants, including multiple species of milkweed. The Garden showcases not only the native pollinator plants but also explains how to get started with planting a garden and it also shows the importance of native grasses in our state and there is a large rain garden which helps teach about water conservation and how native plants play a role against erosion with slowing down water and sinking it to help replenish the ground water.

Learn more: http://tulsazoo.org

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