Oregon's Hidden Peony Farm - Visit May 1 - June 15, 2019

               

Each May and early June our Brooks Gardens farm is alive with peony blossoms, bringing welcome smiles to visitors. We invite you to plan an outing to visit this spring to see the peony fields and iris gardens. At the farm, we sell cut flowers, potted peonies and take orders for bare root peonies to plant in the fall. You can also order bare root peony plants online now for fall planting

We are tucked away, only 1/2 mile down Topaz Street NE, Brook, OR - between Salem and Woodburn, just off of 99 E. You can't see our farm from the highway; follow the signs to the gem at the end of the road. Along the way, you'll likely see berry fields, wheat, grass seed crops or a field of cauliflower or green beans. Visitors enjoy getting out to the country and seeing the various crops in the area, as well as the view of Mt. Hood along the short drive from 99 E. 

We'll be open from 10 am - 6 pm daily from May 1 - June 15, 2019 (we'll adjust the open dates if we have an earlier or later spring than usual). Get Directions.  Want to pick up potted peonies now? Open 10 am - 4 pm on Saturdays in March and April - or email us for appointment. Gardens open May 1st. 

Here are some photos from our farm - to give you an idea of what to see on your visit. 

                                    

Find us on Facebook and Instagram @brooksgardens

Brooks Gardens, the hidden Oregon peony farm & iris garden located at 6219 Topaz Street NE, Brooks (or Salem), Oregon, 97305.

We are just over one mile north of Brooks, OR (between Woodburn and Salem, off of 99 E); 30 minutes south of Tualatin, Wilsonville and Canby, OR. About 40 minutes south of Portland, OR.

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  • Posted by Therese on May 28, 2020

    Beth, Our farm is open now, during the May and early June bloom season. Check our website front page for open dates. There are just a couple more weeks of bloom season this year.

  • Posted by Beth Kaplan on May 28, 2020

    I am new to Oregon and have just learned that I can grow my favorite flower, peonies, here! Growing up in San Francisco we were not able to grow them there. I am thrilled and would love to visit your farm and purchase some plants for my garden.

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