Working with landscape architects from Dallas, Atlanta, and Tulsa, Tulsa Botanic Garden unveiled its master plan in 2012, laying out a vision for developing 60 acres of gardens over the next 25 years. This plan concentrates garden spaces around a seven-acre lake.
From the Amphitheater on the north side, to the Children's Discovery Garden, A.R. and Marylouise Tandy Floral Terraces, and Inspiration Gardens on the west, to a Chapel, tropical Conservatory, and Edible Gardens on the east, these gardens highlight the worldwide importance of plants to human civilization.
Spring is welcomed with one of the largest flower displays in the region: more than 100,000 tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, crocuses and other spring flowering bulbs are planted each fall for a crescendo of color from 4-8 weeks each spring.
Contrasting with these gardens are the remaining 110 acres of natural beauty in the western reaches of the site.