Newly Arrived Hydrangeas

 The Perfect Mother's Day Gift! 
Attend Tomorrow's
Container Gardening Class!

Sign up for our Saturday, May 2, container gardening class and surprise mom with your newly acquired container gardening skills.

It's the perfect Mother's Day gift. 

Maximum class size: 15
See website for class details.
Saturday's SALE
15% Off All Flower Pots!

Shop early for Mother's Day and take advantage of this one day only sale. 

Choose from unique styles and the latest in decorating colors for your home and patio.

Sale ends Saturday, May 2
Take Time To Smell
The Roses! 

Choose from an abundant selection of floribundas, grandifloras, hybrid teas, and carpet roses at both store locations.
Our rose experts are here to assist and provide care tips.
Enter Our 5th Annual 
Garden Photo Contest! 

Winners receive a Marcum's Nursery gift card.

1st Place - $200
2nd Place - $75.00
3rd Place - $50.00 

Voting begins June 2 - June 30 
Winners notified July 10

Enter our contest today!  
May Maintenance Guidelines
After years of working in the industry and building a nursery business around Oklahoma's inclement weather, we are suggesting the following maintenance guidelines:

* Plant your (B & B) Ball & Burlap trees. 

* Great time for new planting of shrubs and perennials.    

* Set out your annual bedding plants for summer color. 

* Fertilize cool-season lawns with Marcum's 18-6-12 if you did NOT fertilize in March and April.

*  Apply Hi-Yield's Grub Free Zone II to control mole crickets.

* Apply Marcum's Cedar Mulch to aid your plants in moisture control as summer is quickly approaching.  

We're Here For You
Oklahoma City Store

2121 Southwest 119th  

OKC, OK 73170
(405) 691-9100


Goldsby Store
169 N Main Ave
Goldsby, OK 73093
(405) 288-2368


Spring Hours:


Oklahoma City Store:

Monday - Saturday 
8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Sun.1 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Goldsby Store: 
Monday - Saturday 
8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Sun. 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Featured Tree
This spectacular, large, rounded shaped shade tree is great for any front or back yard. It's tolerant of Oklahoma's diverse soil and climate conditions. 
Featured Tree
Rugged and reliable, this old-fashioned favorite grows into a large shrub/small tree. It produces fragrant blue-violet flower spikes that bloom in mid-summer.
Featured Annual 
A favorite summer annual that begins blooming in spring and continues through the summer. Comes in red, pink, and white. 


Chump's Chatter

What's causing the small finger-width tunnels of dirt throughout my Bermuda grass lawn?

Why does my lawn have uprooted clumps of grass with patchy areas that are turning brown? 

Why does the soil in my yard have a slight "give" or a spongy feel underfoot?   


Dahlia's Answers: You may have mole crickets.  Mole crickets eat the roots of your Bermuda grass tunneling 10 - 20 feet through the night. 

Dahlia's Dirt!

Mole Crickets: What Is The Recommended Treatment?  


Have you started seeing small mounds of soil scattered throughout your lawn? Do you feel a slight "give" or a spongy feel underfoot as you walk on your lawn? 


If you've answered yes to these questions, you may have mole crickets. It's easy to confuse lawn predators as many have similar destructive characteristics, but one thing's for sure, if mole crickets
go untreated, they can destroy our yards. 

In Oklahoma, Bermuda grass is the most popular grass for residential lawns. It's also the mole cricket's favorite place to feast. But be aware, once they wreak havoc to your yard, the roots of other vegetation

become fair game! Mole Crickets... 


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Kathryn Anne's Favorite Chocolate Heath Bar Cake   
Kathryn moved back to Florida five years ago but she visits her three BFFs often. One of Kathryn's favorite and most requested recipes when she returns to her O klahoma family is my Chocolate Heath Bar Cake. 

Kathryn is a freshman at Florida State University and spends all her time on the courts playing tennis for her Noles. Enjoy one of her favorites!