The Berry Botanic Garden
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Plants from around the world mingle with those of the Pacific Northwest. Stroll the native plant trail and learn about gardening for wildlife. The largest public rock garden on the West coast is a beautiful place to view flowers of the mountains. See uncommon trees, primulas, rhododendrons and more.
The Garden is open by reservation. Admission is $5.00 for non-members. Members and children under 12 free To make a reservation or get directions, call 503-636-4112
We have the oldest seed bank in the United States for preserving rare and endangered plants.