Tulsa Botanic BLOOMS

Tulsa Botanic BLOOMS

Each spring one of the largest spring bulb displays in our region comes to life as over 200,000 tulips, daffodils and hyacinths begin to bloom at the Garden. Our A.R. and Marylouise Tandy Floral Terraces has almost 6,000 sq. ft. of garden beds planted with bulbs in a different Art Deco-inspired pattern each year, cascading from the top of this terraced garden to the bottom.  Over 13,000 bulbs are planted in our Children's Discovery Garden each year.  Be sure to check our calendar of events to make your plants to visit. Timed-entry advance tickets are required and we expect popular dates and times to sell out.

Check out our video flyover below. 

2022 Tulsa Botanic BLOOMS by the numbers:
Bulbs planted in Tandy Floral Terraces:
 - 25 different varieties of tulips totalling 54,000 bulbs
 -  3,000 hyacinth bulbs planted
 - 54,000 other spring-flowering perennial bulbs were added this year including: grape hyacinths, daffodils, Spanish blue bells, and more.

Need more info? See our Frequently Asked Questions below

 And the bulbs are just the beginning! Redbuds, quince, viburnums, iris, peonies, roses and more will decorate the landscape in a rainbow of colors. Come out to walk among the blooms, take in the fragrance, and celebrate the season.  Bring friends, family and your camera to Tulsa Botanic Blooms

Donations and memberships to support the Botanic Garden are important now more than ever.  Please consider joining/renewing as a member or giving a donation.

 Check out video from previous years:  

 Frequently Asked Questions:

How long will the tulips last? 
-We select early, mid- and late-season bulbs and depending on weather have from 4 to 6 weeks or longer of blooms from beginning to end.

What happens to the tulips when they are finished blooming? 
- Our horticulture staff dig up the tulips and replant the area with our summer annual display. Each year's BLOOMS display varies by colors, varieties, and pattern.

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