Look for unique topiary cowboy boot and spur in Stillwater at Oklahoma State University
The Cowboy boot topiary near University and Monroe Streets in Stillwater. (Photos provided).
Check out the large cowboy boot topiary at the southwest corner of Theta Pond near the intersection of University and Monroe Streets.
It is seven feet tall and is a combination of six plants. It is branded with an orange O (the orange color was achieved by using bronze-colored Hens and Chicks.)
Landscape grounds manager Steve Dobbs noted that “the purpose of the topiary is to create excitement about changes in the campus landscape program and to showcase the talent of our grounds and landscape staff.”
The topiary took six months to complete and Wilson Hilson, landscape technology specialist, designed the logistics of the boot. Groundskeepers Kim Ward and Deanna Shatswell planted the plants.
Message Sent Successfully
Be Sure to Check Out Our Top Headlines
- 87014Oklahoma weather: Severe storm updates
- 81959Oklahoma tornadoes: 'It took it all'
- 34908Oklahoma State football: Limiting Wes Lunt's transfer options makes Mike Gundy look bad
- 32757Oklahoma sucker-punched by second round of twisters
- 16053Oklahoma weather: Crews work to clear storm damage in Oklahoma City as the state braces for severe weather Sunday.
- 13176Oklahoma City tornado so large, may not be recognized, officials say
- 10447Several kids pulled out of Oklahoma school rubble alive
- 8973Oklahoma football: Jay Norvell working on luring a tall group of wide receivers to Norman
- 8697Bounty hunters look for bail jumpers, fugitives on the streets of Oklahoma City
- 7832Fatal fire: Two arrested in Oklahoma City death of 7-year-old boy
Back to share with a friend form.
Add More Recipients