Ten easiest flowers to grow in Oklahoma 1. Rudbeckias 2. Irises 3. Peonies 4. Roses 5. Daylilies 6. Shasta daisies 7. Garden phlox 8. Zinnias 9. Hollyhocks 10. Sunflowers I have grown most of these and they do pretty well - except my shasta daisies - they grew like crazy, but wouldn't bloom - hoping to do hollyhocks and peonies this year - have only done them in WI so far
Ten easiest flowers to grow in Oklahoma - Red Dirt Ramblings®
Three of Oklahoma's best and biggest lakes are at fabulous state parks. Grand Lake, Lake Tenkiller and Lake Eufaula (from top to bottom) boast beautiful cabins, breathtaking views and tons of family fun.
Korean spice viburnum is an easy-to-grow shrub with three-season appeal. In late spring, clusters of pink buds open into white flowers with a pink blush. The flowers are beautiful, but the spicy fragrance will knock you off your feet. The dark green foliage always looks neat and tidy on this 4- to 5-foot-tall shrub. In late summer, red berries turn to black and stand out nicely against the wine-red fall color. It prefers moist, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Zones 5-7