Join our friends at Southwood Landscape, Green Country’s largest independent garden center, on March 30 and get ready for spring. Each year to kick off the spring planting season, they hold a food drive. For every non-perishable food donation made, you can receive up to 10 tomato plants. Then through the summer, gardeners across the region can offer their abundance to the Food Bank to help feed hungry neighbors delicious, nutritious produce as a tax-deductible donation. We appreciate Southwood’s creative approach to building a better food drive.
Southwood Landscape and Garden Center
9025 S. Lewis Ave, Tulsa
March 30, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Paul James, the Gardener Guy, is the Marketing Manager for Southwood, “The Tulsa-area community has been good to Southwood for more than 35 years, and we feel obligated to return the favor by supporting organizations such as the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, especially because the need is so great. What never ceases to amaze me –and what is incredibly gratifying– is the number of customers who thank us for supporting the Food Bank. Southwood is committed to community engagement, and we're convinced that our support of the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma makes our little corner of the world a better place to live.”