This is a great spring day trip for every age. The Iris are like orchids in a wide range of colors.Easy walking and wheelchair accessible.
When we visited this garden, it was a huge vista of irises, most in bloom, some not. The variety of flowers was truly amazing. As often happens, my wife got carried away with taking pictures. It will no doubt appear that she tried to take a picture of each different variety, but that's not a bad thing when you have... More
well I had time on my hand so I thought I would visit the number 1 place to see in Salem ugh couldn't someone have written it's a seasonal place. Drove out of my way only to find out there are no flowers to its credit it does look like it would be a nice place to visit can't see... More
Thank you for taking the time to write a review. We would like to remind future visitors to check our web site for bloom season dates. Our bloom season typically runs from the first week in May through the first week in June. Outside of those dates we dedicate our energies toward digging, shipping, planting and preparing for the following... More
We live relatively nearby and for us this marks the beginning of summervin the nw. All went so well. The weather, the parades, and the many festivities... But the flowers make it all. Have grandkids pics taken every year in the middle of one of the gardens. Every year it just gets better.
We love going every year. Take the kids who like to wander around and my granddaughter loved taking pictures.
This iris farm is a great place to visit during their public viewing time. There's acres of display gardens that are gorgeous and fragrant. They have many benches and chairs throughout the gardens to rest and contemplate the beauty around you. They augment nature with wine tastings, music, and buckets of cut blossoms to buy at very reasonably prices. There's... More
Not only gorgeous orchids of varying styles and colors, but gardens interspersed with poppies and other flowers to set them off! A wonderful way to spend some time strolling and enjoying the beauty of nature.
First off: definitely check their website for their calendar of events, so you don't go during the off season and miss the irises. But if you are in Salem in the late spring timeframe, stop in and take an hour (or less/more depending on your preference!) to walk around the amazing display gardens bursting with color and a variety of... More
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