More than 20 gardens include miniature conifers, a 400-year old oak tree, and the only Frank Lloyd Wright–designed building in Oregon
About This Deal
- Trillium Level Memebrship admits two cardholders.
- Rose Membership admits two cardholders and four children under the age of 18.
The Oregon Garden features over 20 themed gardens including a pet-friendly garden, Sensory Garden, Rose Garden, and more.
- All memberships include:
- One year of free sunrise to sunset admission to The Oregon Garden
- Reciprocal admission and discounts to over 300 gardens throughout North America
- Free annual subscription to Better Homes and Gardens or Martha Stewart Living magazine
- Free White Flower Farms catalogue and 20% off your first order
- Free admission to Garden University lectures and discounts on workshops
- Discounts at area nurseries and garden centers through the Garden Discount Program
- Early registration, discounted or free admission to Garden events
- Free event parking
- 5% discount on facility rentals*
- 10% discount at The Garden Gift Shop and Café
- 10% discount Moonstone Hotel Restaurants* and Moonstone Spa at the Oregon Garden Resort*
- 20% discount at the Garden View Restaurant
- Subscription to The Perennial e-newsletter
Need To Know
About The Oregon Garden
The Oregon Garden is non-profit that gives horticulture habitués the opportunity to fully discover the floral kingdom with more than 20 specialty gardens. The grounds bloom with horticultural rarities and aesthetic scenery, such as a sprawling, 400-year-old signature oak and an alluring collection of miniature conifers. In the Pet Friendly Garden, pups frolic around nontoxic plants, and in the Children's Garden youngsters can explore features such as dinosaur-bone digs and a real hobbit house.
The garden's retail nursery furnishes a crib and changing table for baby plants and also cultivates vegetation all year round, selling perennials, shrubs, annuals, and veggies. Although not part of The Oregon Garden, the historic Gordon House, the only Frank Lloyd Wright–designed building in the state and the only one open to the public throughout the Pacific Northwest is located next door.