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We went to the Garden in the mid-afternoon. office was closed, and we were the only guests. we did the self-guided tour on an overcast breezy day. we enjoyed the plants, flowers and trees in the garden. we were able to take many photographs of the plants and flowers and had a wonderful private time to ourselves. the garden is... 更多
Nice selection of ornamentals and specimens. tours start at 10am or you can walk the garden by yourself. my 84 year old mother loved it. I and my enjoyed it too not so big as to overwhelm you and make you feel your on a 5 mile hike.
At first I thought we were in the wrong place, as the garden is in a neighborhood, but then we saw the parking lot. I couldn't believe how many flowers, trees, bushes, paths there were to take and see. Easily spent 45 minutes wondering.
A little difficult to find but I'm glad we tracked it down. I estimate it is 1/2 acre of easy well shaded pathways lined with local flora, rhododendrons, azaleas, lilies, and such. Something blooming all the time.
The gardens were amazing. Spent time just walking around and taking in all of the surrounding beauty of the gardens and enjoying the unique gift shop. It was one of the most relaxing days on our trip and a hidden treasure in Lincoln City. Would not have even known about it if not for Trip Advisor and it's contributers.
This is a small one block botanical garden that was formerly a private estate. The garden features rhodys and iris. It is beautiful and peaceful, a step away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist strip. My favorite part? Be there when the Japanese snowbell tree blooms late May/early June,
Just big enough you don't have to take a whole day to visit, lovely gift shop. Nice place with a beautiful variety of plants that can take the windy, salty, rust making Oregon coast.