Southwood Named 2014 Revolutionary 100 Garden Center
We’re not in the habit of tooting our own horn, but we couldn’t resist letting you know that we’ve been named one of Today’s Garden Center’s Revolutionary Garden Centers for 2014.
It’s not an easy list to make, and we’re certainly proud of our achievement. However, we couldn’t have done it without your support. And for that, we say thank you.
Southwood’s Plant a Row for the Hungry Produce Collection 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Monday, July 15th, 2013 Southwood Landscape & Garden Center announces its first-ever produce collection event benefiting the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. As part of the Food Bank’s Plant a Row program, gardeners are encouraged to plant extra and donate more »
Southwood’s 8th Annual Plant a Row for the Hungry 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Saturday, March 23 Southwood Garden Center, 9025 S. Lewis, Tulsa, OK Southwood Landscape & Garden Center announces its 8th annual Plant a Row for the Hungry event benefitting the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. Customers receive a free tomato more »
On Friday, July 13 at 12:30 p.m., Southwood Landscape & Garden Center will be making a giant-size donation to help those struggling with hunger during the summer months. A total of 200 pounds of specially-grown heirloom tomatoes and several varieties of peppers will be donated to the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma where Iron more »
We are pleased to unveil the newly modernized and simplified Southwood website! Our goal was to offer a more user-friendly portal for our customers to easily find the information they need to keep their gardens growing. At Southwood, our experts value every opportunity to share their knowledge and love for plants, and this website offers more »
TULSA, March 15, 2012 – Southwood Landscape & Garden Center announces its7th annual Plant a Row for the Hungry event benefitting the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. Customers receive a free vegetable plant, up to 10 per person, in exchange for a non-perishable food donation to the CFBEO. The 2011 event raised almost 3,000 more »