All-Oregon Home
Oregon Cities
Oregon Businesses
Oregon Real Estate
Oregon Events

Oregon Lodging
Oregon Attractions
Oregon Recreation
Oregon Shopping

Oregon Attractions
Covered Bridges
Historic Buildings
Hot Springs
National Forests
State Parks
Unique to Oregon

Add Your Site

Subscribe to the
All-Oregon Newsletter
It's FREE!

Each issue will bring you fun Oregon information,
upcoming Oregon events, travel ideas and more. 
Just send an email to [email protected]
to receive your first issue.  (We do not sell or give our email list to anyone.)

Oregon Gardens


Albany Rose Society Rose Gardens
Eleanor-Hackleman Park, 654 Pine St SE, Albany, phone: 541-928-3888

Heritage Trees of Albany
Establish a greater understanding and appreciation for the trees that have stood since Albany began. This is a self guided tour. A detailed Brochure is available at the Albany Visitor Assoc, 250 Broadalbin St., SW, Suite 110. (541) 928-0911 or 800-526-2256.

Master Gardener's Garden Tour
Bring your sketch pad as you tour the garden of the masters. View the labors of love bestowed on these beautiful gardens by their owners and creators. See Albany Visitors Assoc for tickets/map. 250 Broadalbin St., SW, Suite 110 (541)-928-0991 or 800-526-2256. 


Monteith Historical District Landscape Tour
This self guided tour takes approximately one hour and leads you through this nationally registered historic district. See Albany Visitors Assoc for brochure and detailed directions. 250 Broadalbin St., SW, Suite 110 (541)-928-0991 or 800-526-2256. 

Rose Garden
Take time to smell the roses in the garden at Eleanor-Hackleman Park. These roses are beautifully maintained by the Albany Rose Society. Located at the corners of Pine and 7th streets, just one block off Pacific Hwy. For more information call the Albany Visitors Assoc. 541-928-0991 or 800-526-2256

Victorian Garden & Gazebo
Nestled between two of the four nationally registered historic districts in Albany, this garden features heirloom plants and roses commonly grown before the 19th century. Located on 8th between Lyons and Ellsworth Streets. For more information call the Albany Visitors Assoc.  541-928-0911 or 800-526-2256.

back to top


Jenkins Estate
8005 S. W. Grabhorn Road, P.O. Box 5868, Aloha, OR 97006 (604)642-3855.

back to top


Lithia Park
Season by season, you can witness an ever-changing display of native, ornamental, and exotic plant life. Whether you seek to enjoy this Trail for its plant scenery or for its scientific points of interest—either way, you'll be well rewarded. The entire Trail runs about one mile and takes about two hours for a leisurely walk. You can begin or stop anywhere along its length. As the seasons change, the park changes. New photos are added to this Web site which capture each feature at its most beautiful or most interesting. Come back often.

back to top


Shore Acres State Park (Gardens)
Off US 101, 13 mi. SW of Coos Bay, Charleston, OR 97420 (541) 888-3732 or (800) 551-6949.
Perched on rugged sandstone cliffs high above the ocean, Shore Acres State Park is an exciting and unexpected combination of beautiful natural and constructed features. Once the grand estate of pioneer timber baron Louis Simpson, Shore Acres features lushly planted gardens with plants and flowers from all over the world. Something is in bloom almost every day of the year.

back to top


Tallina's Wedding Gardens and Conservatory
15791 SE Highway 224, Clackamas, OR 97015 (503)658-6148.

back to top


Central Park
This city-center park features a gazebo, rose garden and Solberg works of art. 6th., and Monroe St., 541-757-6918

Corvallis Rose Garden
Avery Park, 2245 NW 11th Street, Corvallis, OR 97333 (541)766-6918.

Peavy Arboretum
McDonald Forest, 8692 Peavy Arboretum Road, (Route 99W), Corvallis, OR 97330 (541)737-4452.

back to top

Cottage Grove

Gathering of Gardeners

September -

20-21, 2008 -- Cottage Grove

Village Green, contact:

942-2491 – Julie

back to top

Crater Lake

Castle Crest Wildflower Garden
Crater Lake National Park, P.O. Box 7, Route 138, Crater Lake, OR 97604 (541)594-2211 Ext. 402.

back to top


Delbert Hunter Arboretum & Botanical Garden
631 Park St., Dallas, OR (503) 623-7359
This beautiful arboretum and interpretive center is located at the south end of the Dallas City Park.

back to top


George E. Owen Memorial Garden
Fanning out along a bend in the river near downtown Eugene, the garden is a bright jewel in a long string of popular Eugene waterfront parks. More then 100,000 people a year pass through the garden. The nine acres were once the property of George Owen, a lumberman and philanthropist. Owen donated the land to Eugene, which began planting roses there in 1950.

Hendricks Park Rhododendron Garden
220 Summit Avenue, Eugene, OR (541) 682-5324.
This is Eugene's first city park and home to rhododendrons reaching amazing heights.

Mount Pisgah Arboretum
33735 Seavey Loop Road, Eugene, OR 97405 Office: (541)747-3817 Visitor Center (541) 741-4110.
Mount Pisgah Arboretum is a 209-acre living tree museum. Its riverside trails, quiet paths through evergreen forests, water garden teeming with life, bright wildflower meadows, and open views across oak savannas delight all ages. Located within Lane County's Howard Buford Recreation Area, the Arboretum lies between the Coast Fork of the Willamette River and the slopes of Mount Pisgah.

Owen Memorial Rose Garden
300 North Jefferson, Eugene, phone: (541) 682-4800.
Over 4,500 roses and ornamental plants grace this riverfront park.

back to top


Darlingtonia State Natural Site
US 101 5 miles north of Florence, OR (800) 551-6949.
Darlingtonia State Natural Site is the only Oregon state park property dedicated to the protection of a single plant species. Concurrently, the plants it protects are the only carnivorous flora in the system. This 18-acre botanical park provides parking and a boardwalk trail out into a fen that is home to Darlingtonia californica. Also called a cobra lily, the rare, strangely-shaped plant is the only member of the pitcher plant family (Sarraceniaceae) in Oregon.

back to top

Lincoln City

The Connie Hansen Garden
1931 NW 33rd Street, P.O. Box 776, Lincoln City, OR 97367 (541)994-6338.
The garden has been visited by thousands of people from all over the world, many of whom make their pilgrimage every year and remember with fondness their connections with the woman who developed it. The Garden has been featured in the Fine Gardening Magazine, Sunset, Better Homes and Garden Quarterly, and other publications. The Conservancy’s mission is to restore, preserve, maintain and continue the development of the Garden, to promote gardening interest, and become the focus of gardening in the area. The Garden itself is an urban coastal garden and is utilized for the education and enjoyment of the public.

back to top


Claire Hanley Arboretum
569 Hanley Road, Medford, OR.

back to top


Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden
SE 28 Avenue, (one block north of Woodstock), Portland, OR  97202, phone: 503-771-8386, email: [email protected]
Located on seven acres in a  beautiful woodland setting, the pathways of Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden wind invitingly through more than 2,500 rhododendrons, azaleas, and companion plants. Beginning in early spring and continuing into summer, they provide a magnificent display of color, giving visitors the opportunity to view many varieties rarely seen in the Pacific Northwest. During the fall, many companion trees add dramatic coloring. Spring-fed Crystal Springs Lake surrounds much of the garden, attracting many species of birds and waterfowl.

Elk Rock Gardens
The Bishop's Close, 11800 SW Military Lane at State Route 43, Portland, OR 97219-8436 (503)636-5613 or (800)452-2562.

Hoyt Arboretum
Bureau of Parks, 4000 SW Fairview Blvd., Portland, OR 97221 (503)823-3655.
Explore a world of trees at Hoyt Arboretum.  Perched on the ridge overlooking the Oregon Zoo, this 175-acre arboretum displays more than 900 species of trees and shrubs, including one of the nation's largest conifer collections.  Ten miles of gentle trails wind through this living exhibit past hundreds of plants from distant places.

International Rose Test Garden
400 SW Kingston, Portland, OR 97201 (503)796-5193 or (503)248-4302.

Japanese Garden
Washington Park, 611 SW Kingston and Washington Park Drive, Portland, OR 97201 (503)223-4070.
Portland's internationally recognized Japanese Garden beckons visitors from home and abroad to enter its unique confines. Little more than thirty years old, it represents a melding of Japanese traditional garden forms with American hurry. When measured against its inspirational precursors in Japan, many of which are hundreds of years old, the Portland garden has come to a maturity with blinding swiftness. What the visitor sees today is the result of the efforts by hundreds of dedicated persons who have given years of time and care and foresight to match the vision that a group of Portland civic and political leaders had as the 1950s turned into the 1960s.

Ladd's Circle, Squares and Rose Gardens
SE Ladd & Harrison, Portland, OR 97214.

Leach Botanical Garden
6704 SE 122nd Avenue, Portland, OR 97236 (503)761-9503.
Leach Botanical Garden is sometimes referred to as Portland's best kept secret. It is an undiscovered treasure with an incredibly unique geologic past and quaint personal history. For such a small parcel of property it boasts much diversity. Since the land was placed in the stewardship of the City of Portland and Leach Garden Friends, the property has expanded from the original 4.5 acres to a little over 15 acres. The landscape of the Garden represents not only the desires and interests of John and Lilla Leach, but also has a dynamic representation of expansion, diversity, and ongoing change being nurtured by loving volunteers. The plant collections are mostly what you find in any natural area in the Pacific Northwest - mainly a coniferous forest with varying underbrush. However, there are also many different types of shrubs and trees native to Asia and the southeastern part of the United States, a special interest of Lilla's. Visitors are encouraged to wander their way through more than a mile of trails in this exquisite collection of botanical plants and trees.

The Berry Botanic Garden
11505 SW Summerville Avenue, Portland, OR 97219-8309 (503)636-4112
Our garden began as the personal collection of a remarkable plants woman, Rae Selling Berry (1881-1976). We maintain and expand this extraordinary landscape in the service of education, conservation and horticulture. Plants from around the world mingle with those of the Pacific Northwest. Stroll the native plant trail and learn about gardening for wildlife. The largest public rock garden on the West coast is a beautiful place to view flowers of the mountains. See uncommon trees, primulas, rhododendrons and more. 

The Garden of Awakening Orchids (Lan Su Yuan, The Classical Chinese Garden)
NW 3rd and Everett, Portland, OR  (503)228-8131.

The Grotto
National Sanctuary of Our Sorrowful Mother, NE 85th and Sandy Boulevard, P.O. Box 20008, Portland, OR 97294-0008 (503)254-7371.
The National Sanctuary of Our Sorrowful Mother, a beautiful 62 acre Catholic Shrine and botanical garden, is located in Portland, Oregon.  The Grotto (as it is commonly called) is a non-profit Oregon corporation, supported solely by the proceeds of its gift shop and by donations. It is administered by the Friars of the Order of Servants of Mary.

Peninsula Park and Rose Gardens
N Albina & Portland Boulevard, Portland, OR 97217.
The rose garden is one of Portland's most beautiful formal rose gardens, with 8,900 plantings on a two-acre site. Upon entering the park from Ainsworth and Albina Streets, visitors are greeted by magnificent plantings of 65 rose varieties which border the steps leading to the sunken rose garden, the only one in Oregon. The rose garden was the showplace of its time, with 300,000 visitors in the first year alone. The official Portland rose, named Mme. Caroline Testout, is maintained in the garden. Once planted by the thousands along the streets of Portland, this rose earned Portland the name 'City of Roses.'

back to top

Rogue River

Palmerton Arboretum
West Evans Creek Road, Rogue River, OR (541)776-7001.

back to top


Bush's Pasture Park
600 Mission Street SE, Salem, OR 97302 (503)363-4714
This park boasts a mix of open spaces, walking paths and a Victorian greenhouse.

Deepwood Gardens
Deepwood Estate, 1116 Mission Street SE, Salem, OR 97302 (503) 363-1825.
In the 1930's, English style gardens were created by the Northwest's first female landscape architecture firm, Lord & Schryver. The 5.5 acres of Deepwood Estate includes gazebos, the original carriage house, outdoor wedding gardens, and the Rita Steiner Fry Nature Trail.

Martha Springer Botanical Garden
Willamette University, 12th Street, Salem, OR 97302.
The Martha Springer Botanical Garden is a great haven. Nestled between the Sparks building and the Mill Race this is a great place to come relax, learn about plants and see some very well kept garden beds.

Mission Mill Village
1313 Mill Street S.E., Salem, OR 97301 (503)585-7012.

back to top


The Oregon Garden
Enjoy one of Oregon's most popular destinations, where thousands of plants are displayed in more than 20 specialty gardens. Explore amazing water features, garden art, wetlands, the Rediscovery Forest, a playful garden just for kids, the 400-year-old Signature Oak and the Gordon House, the only house in Oregon designed by the legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Discover how easy it is to relax and be dazzled at The Oregon Garden, located on 80 acres in Historic Silverton.

back to top

St. Paul

Cecil and Molly Smith Rhododendron Garden
5065 Ray Bell Road, St. Paul, OR 97137.

back to top


Old Rose Garden Tours
May - August. Enjoy a tour of an old rose garden at Bramble and Rose, 2536 Hwy 101, Yachats (just north of the village on the east side of the highway.)

back to top