Peony Farm Open Dates and Hours
We've extended our open dates for visiting the farm - now open through June 17, 2017: daily - 10 am - 6 pm.
The late peonies are still blooming, although the earlier heat and recent rain has moved them along. You can check out the growth habitat of the plants and see many colors and flower styles. We have many early, mid-season and late varieties on display in our flower tents, so you can browse the variations in peonies to compare your favorites.
It's been another whirlwind peony season at Brooks Gardens - slow to bloom this season, then really warm, with a lot of bloom bursting the last week of May.
Potted Peonies on Sale
Potted peonies are discounted 20% now through June 17th. We will continue to accept online orders throughout the summer and fall for bare root peonies; they are shipped in the fall for planting then. You may also order roots here at the farm.
Thank you for visiting this season; we appreciate meeting so many of you and are just as thrilled as you are when you spot the flower that touches your heart and soul. Yesterday, Madeline cried when she saw the peonies. I overheard her say that her daughter brought her out for her birthday; that she couldn't believe she was actually here. She was a great-great grandma and this was her first visit to a peony farm.
I think she may have been the happiest peony lover I have ever met; and, that was before I slipped out to the field and cut her some fresh peonies. When I gifted her the 'birthday bouquet', she smiled, cried and then kissed me on the cheek. Made me smile all day.
Directions to Brooks Gardens
Brooks Gardens (Brooks, Oregon) is the hidden Oregon peony farm & iris garden just north of Brooks/Salem, Oregon at 6219 Topaz Street NE, Brooks, OR 97305. From I-5 take exit 263; drive one mile east to Brooks; turn left (north) onto 99 E; one mile to Topaz Street. Follow the purple Peonies & Iris signs.
From Woodburn, drive about six miles south on 99 E to Topaz Street. We are about 40 minutes south of Portland, Oregon; 30 minutes south of Canby and Wilsonville.