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Oklahoma cities with wildflower sites

Acres of wildflowers have been planted along state highways and turnpikes near the following cities: Anadarko, Arcadia, Ardmore, Bartlesville, Chickasha, Choctaw, Claremore, Clinton, Edmond, Elk City, Erick, Hennessey, Henryetta, Lawton, Miami, Muskogee, Mustang, Norman, Oklahoma City, Oologah, Piedmont, Seminole, Sallisaw, Stillwater, mid-town and south Tulsa, Vinita, and Weatherford.

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Our largest contributor has been the Public Service Company of Oklahoma which funded plantings near Lawton, Oologah, Tulsa and Bartlesville.

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The following have received Color Oklahoma grants: Ardmore Beautification Council, Choctaw County Arts Council and Iris Garden Club, Cameron University, Cameron University Biology Club, the City of Edmond, City of Enid, Delaware Nation at Anadarko, Hennessey 2010 Beautification Committee, City of Lawton Muskogee County 4-H, Oklahoma City University Department of Biology, Piedmont Kiwanis Club, Lawton Beautiful, Susan Hill and Jeannie Ho Coley of Norman, Riverfield Country Day School in Tulsa, Let Turley Bloom, a Tulsa couple in mid-town Tulsa, City of Weatherford, Williams Landscape of Randlett.

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