Annual Plant Sale at Portland Japanese Garden

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Portland Japanese Garden
Portland, Oregon
United States

The Portland Japanese Garden will be holding its popular annual Plant Sale on Saturday, April 26, in the upper parking lot of the Garden. This sale gives garden enthusiasts an ideal opportunity to browse a wide selection of plants native to Asia as well as plants found in Asian gardens.

More than 25 Portland-area nurseries will be selling an outstanding selection of conifers, peonies, camellias, hydrangea, bamboo, bonsai, Japanese maples, azaleas, rhododendrons, and more. "These native Asian plants can be used in any garden and are particularly suitable for Asian-themed gardens," commented Virginia Harmon, the Garden's Director Grounds Maintenance. "This sale offers a unique range of plants for gardeners of all types-from the weekend gardener to specialist in Japanese gardening."

Members of the Japanese Garden will enjoy a members-only sale time from 9-10am. The general public is welcome from 10am-3pm. For more details and a list of vendors, please visit

The Portland Japanese Garden has been proclaimed by his Excellency Nobuo Matsunaga, former Ambassador of Japan, to be "the most beautiful and authentic Japanese garden in the world outside of Japan." The Garden is above Washington Park at 611 SW Kingston Drive in SW Portland, Oregon. The Garden is open daily except on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's. Hours are 10am-4pm October 1-March 31, and 10am-7pm April 1-September 30.



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