Botanical Gardens in Portland Oregon
And Portland's Hoyt Arboretum
One thing for sure....Portland Oregon is lush. It is known as the "City of Roses" with the International Rose Test Garden featuring over 500 varieties of roses. You'll also discover seas of flora color at the Portland Classical Chineses Garden and the Portland Japanese Garden. Adding to the diversity of lush garden color is the Oregon Botanical Garden about an hours drive southeast of Portland OR. For a real treat, visit the Hoyt Arboretum just two miles west of Downtown Portland where you'll enjoy its collection of more than 1,000 tree species.
For other cultural attractions in Portland Oregon, also see Portland Museums and Portland Performing Arts. Make your Portland Hotel Reservations online.
Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden
There are more than 2,500 rhododendrons, azaleas, and companion plants in the
Garden providing a magnificent display of color, giving visitors the opportunity
to view many varieties rarely seen in the Pacific Northwest.
Hoyt Arboretum, 187-acre living museum of trees and plants from all over the world,
is located just 2 miles west of downtown Portland. The Hoyt Collection includes
more than 1,000 species of trees.
International Rose Test Garden
Featuring over 6,800 rose bushes representing 557 varieties, the International
Rose Test Garden received The Garden of Excellence Award from the World Federation
of Rose Societies in 2006.
The Portland Classical Chinese Garden is a harmonizing blend of water, architecture,
stone, and poetry against a richly planted landscape. Overlooking the lake, the Tao
of Tea teahouse features more than 35 teas and Chinese snacks.
Nestled in the scenic west hills of Portland, the Japanese Garden is a haven of
tranquil beauty. The Garden includes a formal Japanese Tea House, meandering
streams, intimate walkways, and an unsurpassed view of Mount Hood.
The Community Garden program has provided gardening opportunities for the physical
and social benefit of the people and neighborhoods of Portland since 1975. There are
30 community gardens located throughout the city.
An Hour Drive SE of Portland. Enjoy one of Oregon's most popular destinations, where
thousands of plants are displayed in more than 20 specialty gardens. Explore amazing
water features and the Rediscovery Forest, a playful garden just for kids.
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