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Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
358 Agricultural Hall
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078

Phone: (405) 744-5414
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Horticulture and Landscape Architecture

Degrees Offered 

What's your interest?

REEUIf you have an interest in plants, locally-produced foods, hydroponics, teaching or even possibly graduate school? If the answer is yes to one or more of these, then you should consider the Urban Horticulture REEU . . . and explore your career opportunities!

The OSU Urban Horticulture REEU is a program that will introduce undergraduates to the world of horticulture sciences and agricultural research.  For more information . . .  

The Greenhouse Learning Center

grnhse_ctr2A new Greenhouse Learning Center will prepare Oklahoma State University students to become active participants in the $14 billion national horticulture industry. It will better prepare career-ready professionals to enter the horticulture industry. 

It will include cutting-edge irrigation systems, intense climate and humidity control, and other technology standards in the industry. For more information . . .

Departmental Highlights

  • Lu Zhang is our new pecan and tree physiology faculty member. She has a 25% teaching and 75% research appointment and began August 2018.
  • Casey Hentges recognized as the 2018 Green Industry Professional of the Year during the Oklahoma Nursery and Landscape Association Conference held July 26-27.
  • Dr. Kevin Moore joins the Department as our new Extension Associate in the ThinkWater Extension program. Dr. Moore is a biosystems engineer and his extension work is focused on water conservation and water quality projects in Edmond and Oklahoma City.
  • After 10 years in the making, OSU's newest turfgrass variety, Tahoma 31, has officially been released! The new variety was produced by a joint effort between our department and the Plant and Soil Sciences Department. Watch for the availability during the 2019 Spring season.
  • Barbara Pass, a late alumna impacts The Botanic Garden at OSU with a legacy gift. Her generous gift is a game-changer, being the first endowment to ever support this program.  Read more . . .

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