Tulsa Garden Center

Tulsa Garden Center employee Katy Coffee delivers plants to a car on Tuesday, March 24. 

One upside of staying home: Now you can plant that vegetable garden or start that flowerbed project you never had time for. Gardening is therapeutic and calming for many, which might be a good way to counteract the stress of COVID-19. Here are some local organizations and businesses offering pick-up and delivery of plants and other gardening supplies.

SpringFest To-Go at the Tulsa Garden Center

Tulsa Garden Center’s annual garden market fundraiser, SpringFest was originally scheduled for April 10-11, but despite its cancellation, Tulsans can still support TGC by shopping SpringFest To-Go.

Pre-order plants and seedlings — choose from flowers, herbs, peppers and other vegetables — at tulsagardencenter.org/springfest-to-go, where you also can pre-pay. All prices include sales tax. A Tulsa Garden Center employee will reach out via email to schedule curbside pick-up Tuesday-Thursday at the garden center, 2435 S. Peoria Ave. Pick-ups are scheduled every 15 minutes to minimize public contact. The inventory is updated weekly, and tomatoes will be available March 1.

Southwood Landscape and Garden Center

Southwood curbside delivery

A Southwood employee delivers plants to a customer's car. 

Southwood is open for traditional shopping, but it’s also offering curbside pick-up and delivery at the locally owned center, 9025 S. Lewis Ave. Peruse Southwood’s diverse inventory (and pre-pay) at southwoodgardencenter.com/shop. Choose from trees, bushes, flowers, herbs, houseplants and even colorful pots to brighten up your patio or porch. We could all use a little spring cheer right now.

Receive free delivery for orders over $100 if your order contains items 7-gallon size or smaller. Need installation? Southwood offers that, too; call 918-299-9409.

A New Leaf Retail Garden Center

Local nonprofit A New Leaf provides vocational training in a greenhouse environment for adults with developmental disabilities. Now its full inventory is available at anewleaf.org/shop-the-greenhouse. Choose from spring plants (including Easter lilies), tropicals, succulents and succulent-planting kits, and pick up your order curbside at the center, 2405 S. Elm Place, Broken Arrow. Customers also can shop the site for flower arrangements, which A New Leaf will deliver for free.


The following businesses are still open for regular shopping (as of noon, March 24), but they’re also offering call-ahead ordering with drive-thru pick-up or curbside delivery.

Grogg’s Green Barn

Call 918-994-4222 to order plants, supplies, soil, honey, etc. Pay by phone or online invoice and request curbside pick-up.

Riddle Plant Farm

Call ahead at 918-245-3158; a list of available inventory can be found at riddleplantfarm.com/call-ahead-ordering. Drive-thru pick-up at 3510 Summit Blvd., Sand Springs.

Amanda’s Greenhouse

Delivery and pick-up available. Text 918-277-1783 or email amandaahoward240@gmail.com. Choose from pesticide-free annuals, perennials, baskets, vines, herbs and more.

Ted and Debbie's Flower and Garden

Offering delivery in Tulsa and surrounding areas. Curbside pickup is available Give them a call at 918-745-0011 and they will get the order ready to go.

Are you a garden center or vendor that should be added to this article? Email morgan@langdonpublishing.com.

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