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Rain Garden Plants for Oklahoma Now Available!

Rain Garden Plants for Oklahoma: A guide to both native and non-native plants suited to life in a rain garden

The Oklahoma Water Survey and The Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service at Oklahoma State University are proud to announce the launch of our new book Rain Garden Plants for Oklahoma, an award-winning guide to appropriate rain garden plants, including grasses and related species, herbaceous perennials, shrubs, and trees in Oklahoma. 

Featuring 77 pages of gorgeous, full-color images with two plants per page, Rain Garden Plants for Oklahoma is perfect both for those looking to get their hands dirty and for those who enjoy taking in the beauty of some of the best flora Oklahoma has to offer. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or this is your first rain garden, this guide is a great resource for maximizing the efficiency and diversity of your landscape. The book is available in both spiral and hardbound editions.

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About the Oklahoma Water Survey

The Oklahoma Water Survey serves as the focal point and catalyst for the University of Oklahoma’s wide and deep expertise in research, outreach, and education in water topics. With core focus in the areas of monitoring, outreach, research, and education, the goal of the Oklahoma Water Survey is to study the state’s water resources and to collect, analyze, interpret and disseminate research-based information about the water issues facing our state to industry professionals, governments, students, researchers, businesses, organizations, teachers, citizens, and other interested stakeholders. 

Why OKH2O?

The University of Oklahoma is committed to providing leadership to help solve the challenges facing our state's water resources. The Oklahoma Water Survey was created to assist the people of Oklahoma through dissemination of research-based information. OKH2O was born of these ideals, but is more than just a brand and the Oklahoma Water Survey is more than just a typical university water institute. OKH2O represents a desire and passion to do something every day to protect and enhance Oklahoma Water (OKH20), our state's most precious resource and all that it represents--environmentally, economically, and culturally--for all Oklahomans. 

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