Iron Mountain Garden- East

This charming home was built in 1923 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The garden that surrounds this remarkable residence designed by notable local architect, Wade Hampton Pipes, is a treasure to behold!  The journey offers delightful passages through hedges, a rose collection, kitchen garden, wise apple trees, epic climbing hydrangea, and deciduous azaleas over 20 years old!  History and horticulture come together and offer a special place to be. 

Military Garden

This signature John Grant garden surrounds a truly unique home designed by Jamieson Parker and built in 1931.  This garden is remarkable in its offering of specimen plants and celebrates the distinct creativity of the owner.  Come experience the diverse and daring plant selections...towering tetrapanex, skillfully sculpted topiary, timber bamboo, pitcher plants, and a 25 year old weeping Hemlock...and much, much more! A horticulturalist's dream! An artist's delight!

Iron Mountain Garden- West

This historic home was originally built as the gatekeeper cottage to the 1906 Squire family home, now the Cooley House. Portland architect Bill Fletcher designed the 1987 remodel and the garden has since grown to radiate the beauty of the French countryside.  The owner's vision of "planting to the property" offers a design full of balance, color, and texture while creating the feeling of microclimate "rooms", one leading to another.  Fabulous outdoor sculpture is the cherry on top!

Edgecliff Garden

This home was built in 1926 for Donald Bates, president of the Interstate Terminals. A beautiful renovation was done by the current owner in 2010 with the vision of landscape designer, Michael Schultz. Come experience a front yard filled with hydrangea, roses, clematis, and mature rhododendrons in a lovely classic formal design. The journey continues to a breathtaking back garden with fireplace, fountain, guest cottage, vegetable garden, fruit trees, lilacs, peonies, and ...chickens!  Not to mention the epic view of Mt. Hood, a destination to enjoy indeed!

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