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Hondo Iris Farm and Gallery

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Highway 70, Mile Marker 284, Hondo, NM
+1 575-653-4062
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Great place for picnic lunch

Lincoln County Deputy suggested this place as a walking, picnic stop. We were amazed at the beauty... read more

Reviewed July 9, 2018
Badgelady
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Cut and Shoot, Texas
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WOW-Stunning Iris and Other Flowers Outdoors and Also Huge Art Gallery Indoors

I was here in mid May and the iris were amazing in varieties, colors, and quantity. I took so many... read more

Reviewed May 31, 2018
Joan W
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Green Valley, Arizona
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Highway 70, Mile Marker 284, Hondo, NM
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Reviewed July 9, 2018 via mobile

Lincoln County Deputy suggested this place as a walking, picnic stop. We were amazed at the beauty of the Iris and Lily plants...had our sandwiches at one of the picnic tables next to the rows of Iris and Lily plants. Still enough blooms to make...More

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Reviewed May 31, 2018

I was here in mid May and the iris were amazing in varieties, colors, and quantity. I took so many lovely photographs. Easy to find-just off milepost 284 on Hwy 70 and there is a huge parking area that can accommodate oversized vehicles. Once I...More

Thank Joan W
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Reviewed May 21, 2018 via mobile

We stopped in with our RV on our way out of Ruidoso. It was the highlight of my day! The rows and rows of irises are just spectacular, and I bought several as gifts for my mom and sister-in-law. The owner has also designed gorgeous...More

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Reviewed May 10, 2018

I stopped at the Hondo Iris Farm on my way to Roswell, New Mexico. It is absolutely beautiful. If you love flowers, being outside, picnics, taking photographs, entertaining children or just listening to your own thoughts then THIS is the place for you! Apparently the...More

Thank Nancy H
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Reviewed July 28, 2017 via mobile

Stopped by knowing that we had long missed the "show". The farm is laid out with a presentation of a wide variety of irises as well as other plants. A peaceful area. The gift shop is in an old, and I assume, adobe house. Clothing...More

1  Thank noplacetogo
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Reviewed July 26, 2017

I was here in July so past the iris blooming period. But everthing mentioned above is still there for you to enjoy. You can picnic at one of the tables with the sound of flowing water as a backdrop while enjoying nature, including the fast...More

Thank Carla R
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Reviewed May 31, 2017

I owe our visit to the Hondo NM Iris Farm and Gallery to my wife who said in a pleading tone of voice .. "You KNOW how much I LOVE flowers. Can we please visit the Hondo Iris Farm that is East of us here...More

2  Thank kanbaatar
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Reviewed May 25, 2017

We came here in October of last year, and the Iris' were not in bloom, but they told us to come back in May and WOW am I glad we did! It was so beautiful! There were hummingbirds and butterflies and of course beautiful flowers...More

Thank Cindy T
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Reviewed August 22, 2016

Though you turn at MM 284 off Hwy 70, it is a bit down a narrow lane; easy to miss. Iris were no longer blooming, only saw the dead flowers and lots of weeds. The promised summer wild flowers were very sketchy at best. Found...More

1  Thank Blokzijl
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Reviewed June 1, 2016

We grabbed some sandwiches in town and ate in the shade of some huge cottonwood trees surrounded by beautiful Iris flowers. A simple and calm respite from a busy vacation.

Thank Doug H
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Response from Nancy H | Reviewed this property |
I saw other visitors with dogs. Those dogs were on a leash. My guess would be your dog would be welcomed provided she/he was on a leash.
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