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Recycled tire gardens yield learning experiences

Choctaw Nation youth and adults reap the benefits of newly installed recycled tire gardens. This project also has been recognized as a finalist for the Keep Oklahoma Beautiful Environmental Excellence award.
Students standing in front of recycled tire gardens.
Use caution with poison hemlock, ivy and oak

Tue, Jun 21, 2022

Poison hemlock is one of the most toxic plants found in Oklahoma. Other plants of concern include poison ivy and poison oak.

Department of Horticulture and Landscape ArchitectureOSU AgricultureDepartment of Natural Resource Ecology and ManagementOSU Extensionplants
Landscape architecture students design and construct seating for Centennial Garden

Wed, Jun 15, 2022

Students accustomed to working with colored pencils in quiet studios got their hands dirty for a class project. Using power tools like drills, sanders, circular saws and nail guns, landscape architecture students took their outdoor seating designs off the paper and into the shop using reclaimed and recycled materials.

OSU AgricultureOrange is the AnswerDepartment of Horticulture and Landscape ArchitectureEngineering and Design
Best tips for avoiding summer mosquitoes

Thu, Jun 09, 2022

The primary way to eliminate mosquitoes is to get rid of their breeding grounds, according to David Hillock, Oklahoma State University Extension consumer horticulturist. In other words, remove standing water from around your property.

Food Land and Natural ResourcesOSU ExtensionOSU AgricultureDepartment of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
How to attract hummingbirds to the landscape

Mon, Jun 06, 2022

Bright colored flowers along with full feeders are just a couple of ways to attract hummingbirds to the landscape.

OSU AgriculturegardeningOutreach and EngagementbirdsLandscapingDepartment of Horticulture and Landscape ArchitectureOSU Extension

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