When should you plant tomatoes in Oklahoma?
Tomatoes should be set in the garden when the weather has warmed and the soil temperature is above 60°F. These conditions usually occur about April 5 in southern Oklahoma and about April 25 in northwestern Oklahoma. Temperatures below 50°F impair tomato growth.
What planting zone is Owasso Oklahoma?
Owasso, Oklahoma is in USDA Hardiness Zones 7a.
Where does it snow the least in Oklahoma?
Southern Oklahoma on average sees the least amount for snow, while northern Oklahoma sees the most. Interestingly, the driest part of the state is also the snowiest. The Oklahoma Panhandle, especially the western Panhandle is the snowiest location in Oklahoma with an average of 20-30 inches of snow per year.