The Teen Programs at Linnaeus Teaching Garden are hosted by Linnaeus Gardeners who are all passionate community volunteers. Teen Programs at Linnaeus provide youth an opportunity to learn and experience the endless benefits and joys of gardening (and of nature). Programs are geared toward 12-18-year-olds and take place this June through September 2019. The cost of each workshop is free for Tulsa Garden Center Members and $5 for non-members.

Our programs this year include a Teen Friendly Cooking Class led by Chef Rene, a Wellness Day in the Garden: featuring Yoga, Meditation & Tea Making with Fresh Herbs, a Photographic Scavenger Hunt & Succulent Planting workshop, as well as a Butterfly Gardening & Garden Rock Painting workshop.

To register, please visit our website store link at https://www.tulsagardencenter.org/teen-programs.

For more information please contact us at linnaeusteens@tulsagardencenter.org.

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Summer Sizzlin’ Snapshots Photo Contest

Winning photos will be framed and hung in the Barn by early October. 2020 calendars which will include images of all entries will be ready for purchase by the end of October or first of November.

 
Butterflies are some of the most beautiful and interesting creatures on Earth and they make the world a little more colorful. However, butterflies do more than just paint a pretty picture, they are highly beneficial insects in our yards! Many natural butterfly habitats have been lost to human activities (like building homes, roads and farms), but we can help them by planting the right kinds of plants and flowers that they love to feed and lay eggs on. Join this workshop to learn why butterflies are beneficial and how to attract them to your yard. After touring the Linnaeus Butterfly Gardens we will be guided in painting beautiful garden rocks to take home. This workshop is geared towards 12-18-year-olds and the cost is free for Tulsa Garden Center Members and $5 for non-members. Snacks will be provided.

Butterflies are some of the most beautiful and interesting creatures on Earth and they make the world a little more colorful. However, butterflies do more than just paint a pretty picture, they are highly beneficial insects in our yards! Many natural butterfly habitats have been lost to human activities (like building homes, roads and farms), but we can help them by planting the right kinds of plants and flowers that they love to feed and lay eggs on. Join this workshop to learn why butterflies are beneficial and how to attract them to your yard. After touring the Linnaeus Butterfly Gardens we will be guided in painting beautiful garden rocks to take home. This workshop is geared towards 12-18-year-olds and the cost is free for Tulsa Garden Center Members and $5 for non-members. Snacks will be provided.

 
 

Scavenger Hunt & Succulents

 

Wellness In the Garden

 

Cooking with Herbs and Chef Rene