Come stroll through Lendonwood Gardens, an eight-acre botanical garden near Grand Lake in northeastern Oklahoma. Shady pathways meander through more than 1,200 different types of plants, including an amazing collection of rhododendrons, many varieties of daylilies, and several varieties of dogwoods. Come see a constantly changing panorama of color and texture . . . at Lendonwood Gardens.
Lendonwood is home to the Oklahoma Garden, featuring “Oklahoma Proven” plantings as identified by Oklahoma State University. These are plants that thrive in our unpredictable climate.
Lendonwood has something to offer in every season, but spring brings breathtaking vistas of colorful azaleas, rhododendrons, peonies and more. Come see!
Highlights of the Gardens
Lendonwood features six distinct gardens, each with a theme and atmosphere all its own.
- Display Garden near the entrance.
- Japanese Pavilion Garden with Koi Pond.
- Angel of Hope Garden, surrounding a statue of an angel, in memory of lost loved ones, especially children.
- English Terrace Garden highlighting sunny beds and rhododendrons.
- American Backyard Garden, where plants thrive without much water.
- Oriental Garden featuring shade plants.
- Azalea Garden, which in April is abloom with colors ranging from pink to lavender to red to white.