This award-winning garden beautifully incorporates a circular water garden with an ornate bridge, criss-crossing paths and a cascading waterfall. This area combines wildlife habitat and treated wastewater recycling with the …
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This garden is nestled next to the Conifer Garden and above the Bosque. The Axis Garden is designed to be a pattern of turf and ornamental plantings that features seasonal …
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The Axis Fountain is located at the top of the Axis Garden and features a beautiful fountain of Montana stone and a cascading wall of water. Upper and lower level …
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Working with The Oregon Garden, Ball Horticulture is collecting data from this trial garden that will help them produce plants that will ultimately find their way into your gardens. This …
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Bosque (bohs-kay’) – Bosque is a Spanish word meaning grove. The Bosque is a large central plaza featuring four brick reflecting ponds and 40 planter boxes, each planted with a …
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Let your imagination run wild – as well as the kids – in the Children’s Garden. Discover dinosaur bones in our ‘Dinosaur Dig’. Pretend you are living in the jungle …
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The Conifer Garden, a great example of year-round interest, boasts one of the largest collections of dwarf and miniature conifers in the United States. Some are one-of-a-kinds and have been …
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The Home Demonstration Garden is a series of small gardens that are designed to inspire gardeners with ideas they can take home. Each garden is sponsored, designed and maintained by …
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The Honor Garden is dedicated to the 165 donors whose generous spirit helped build The Oregon Garden during its formative years, 1993 to 2002. Recognition is given to Art Anderson, …
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The Lewis and Clark Garden is a living museum of the many botanical finds Meriwether Lewis and William Clark documented on their Corps of Discovery’s journey more than 200 years …
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The Medicinal Garden displays many different varieties of medicinal plant species that are commonly grown here in our climate. Each plant has, or was believed to have, medicinal properties when …
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The Northwest Garden’s landscape design showcases plants and trees that thrive in our region. Visitors experience meandering pathways through lush garden beds filled with color, texture, form and movement. Highlights include …
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A 25-acre native oak grove with many trees more than 100 years old. The 100-foot-high Signature Oak is 400 years old and its massive branches touch the ground in several …
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We love animals! Yes, we do! Bring Fido, and let him check out the Pet Friendly Garden, which educates visitors to The Oregon Garden as to which plants are friendly …
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Proven Winners is the leading brand of high quality flowering plants in North America, which are available from just about every garden center in North America. Proven Winners’s goal is to introduce …
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The Oregon Garden’s Rediscovery Forest offers a peaceful respite in the shade of Douglas-firs and singing birds. This demonstration forest, managed in partnership with the Oregon Forest Resources Institute (OFRI) serves …
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Adjacent to the Garden Green, the Rose Garden features nearly 40 rose varieties, including The Oregon Garden rose. The beds are laid out by color from pale yellow to pink to …
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The Rose Petal Fountain is located above the Garden Green and below the Bosque. It features a cascade of water, up to 30 feet in height, surrounded by a spectacular …
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The Sensory Garden is a therapeutic garden that features remarkable scents and textures that exercise the imagination. It includes an in-ground compass, a large wood trellis of Port Orford cedar, and a …
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Agricultural products grown in the Willamette Valley are showcased in the Silverton Market Garden. Many of the 147 Oregon crops are represented, including berries, grapes, other fruits, grass seed, hops …
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Adjacent to the Children’s Garden, the Train Garden is a must see for everyone young or old. The train is roughly 1/20th the size of an early 1970’s Southern Pacific …
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Adjacent to the Pavilion The Tropical House features many plants people have seen while on vacation in warmer climates, including hibiscus, oleander, mandavilla, orchids and bananas, just to name a …
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The Weltands are an innovative, pioneering program in partnership with the City of Silverton in which the area’s treated waste water is used to create a thriving wetlands habitat for …
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Hours

May - September
Daily - 9:00am to 6:00pm

October - April
Daily - 10:00am - 4:00pm

The Garden is open 365 days a year and is pet-friendly. Check the Visit page for the Visitor Center hours.


Admission

Adults $11
Seniors (60 and over) $9
Students (12 - 17) $8
Children (5 - 11) $5
Children (4 & under) Free
Groups (15+ ppl, advance notice) $8ea
All Military w/ ID $8

Contact & Directions

phone (503) 874-8100
toll-free (877) 674-2733
fax (503) 339-2996
email info@oregongarden.org
address 879 W. Main St.
Silverton, OR 97381

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