"Gaiety Hollow (located at 545 Mission Street in Salem, OR) is the name used by Lord and Schryver to describe their office, garden, and home, where they lived for over 40 years. They commissioned noted architect Clarence Smith to build a house in 1932 on land that had been owned by members of the Lord family for many decades. The garden is considered to be the tour de force of their life work, created to demonstrate their design principles and plant palette, unfettered by client’s wishes."
4000 SW Fairview Blvd.
Portland, OR 97221
Open daily dawn to dusk
Nearly 5000 labeled specimens representing 800+ species are displayed along 10 miles of trails. Highlights include the Winter Garden, Vietnam Memorial Garden of Solace, and a world-renowned collection of conifer species.
900 State St.
Salem, OR 97301
Open to the Public
A Garden divided into eight sections: stream border, gold border, educational beds, alpine rock garden, fragrance/herb garden, butterfly garden, perennial border and native areas representing native flora of the coast, Cascades, Willamette Valley and southern Oregon.
"The private garden of Elizabeth Powers, principal designer for The Garden Angels. This intimate garden features a private sunken formal parterre layout composition with lush and fragrant flower borders. The garden is hidden from view, nestled into a busy urban setting; a secret paradise. On display are casual outdoor living & lounging areas; custom masonry, carpentry, retaining walls and other hardscaping; extensive low-voltage LED night lighting & landscape lights; formal water fountains and marble statuary; and extensive plant collections sure to delight! Call for an appointment to view."