Frank Phillips Home

1107 Cherokee Avenue
Bartlesville, OK  74003
Phone 918-336-2491

The Gardens

Complimenting the grand architecture of the Frank Phillips Home are its beautiful gardens and grounds.  Peak bloom is achieved in August, September and October.  Eight hundred to one thousand impatiens greet visitors at the entrance in an explosion of color. Begonia and ornamental sweet potato vines in various colors spill out over the sidewalk.  Roses, crape myrtle, coreopsis, cannas, hibiscus, lavender, and fall-blooming iris are the perennials in bloom.  Aged cedar, arborvitae, willow, oak and magnolia trees provide abundant shade.  Manicured boxwood gracefully edge the Home’s foundation.   

After taking a tour of the Home, guests can stroll leisurely on the grounds and relax in the restored gazebo, or visit the vintage greenhouse and potting shed.
View a short movie of the garden in Mid-October.  Music played by docent Charlie Lee.