Skip to main content

Every spring, before graduation, a few things start coming out on campus.  Not just flowers and shorts, but also our campus topiaries.  There are four topiaries on campus to be on the lookout for every summer.

 


Topiary Boot

Our first topiary placed on campus was our Topiary Boot Display.  This display is placed on the corner of University and Monroe near Theta Pond.

 

The plant selection changes yearly, and a new list will be released for the 2023 growing season.

 

Height: 7'-11 3/4"

Weight: 2,300 lbs

Length: 7'-11"

 

 

Topiary Boot


OSU Letters

The OSU letters are generally placed on Hester, at the entrance to the Native Plant Corridor.  In the Summer of 2023, the location may change due to a new project on campus.

 

The letters are covered in Creeping Fig.

 

The Topiary Hat is Covered in:

Common Name: Creeping Fig

Botanical Name: Ficus pumila

Plant Patent:No

 

 

OSU Topiary Letters


Garth Brooks Topiary Hat

The Topiary Hat is generally placed in the Formal Garden each season.  It is modeled after the Justin hat Garth Brooks wore. 

 

The had is covered in Creeping Fig.

 

The Topiary Hat is Covered in:

Common Name: Creeping Fig

Botanical Name: Ficus pumila

Plant Patent:No

 

 

Topiary Hat


OSU Fan Topiary

Our three OSU fans are placed in the garden between the Alumni Center and Old Central.  

 

The plant selection changes yearly, and a new list will be released for the 2023 growing season.

 

 

OSU Topiary Fans

Propagation or cuttings are strictly prohibited

This information provided to you by: Oklahoma State University Facilities Management's Landscape Services Department

Back To Top
SVG directory not found.
MENUCLOSE