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Water Efficient Demonstration Gardens - Willamette Valley, Oregon

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  • 1. Water Efficient Demonstration Gardens in the Willamette ValleyClackamas Community CollegeWater Efficient Demonstration GardenT he Water Efficient Demonstration Garden at Clackamas Community College is a collaboration between the CCCHorticulture Department, the South Fork Water Board, and areawater providers and partners in the green industry. The 7,000 sq ft.garden features six different garden styles with a variety of drought-tolerant plants and irrigation techniques. Each area of the garden hasinterpretive signage explaining the landscape material, the irrigationmethods used, and why each area was planted or designed as it was.The garden is open to the public sevens days a week any time of dayand serves the community through self-guided walking tours, andlandscape workshops and events using the garden.To get to the garden take the Oregon City/Molalla/Hwy 213 exit offof I-205. Take 213 to the intersection of Beavercreek Rd. Take a left onto Beavercreek Rd.Go about half a mile and turn right into the College. Take a left into the first parking lot, thegarden is located at the end of the parking lot.Metro’sNatural Techniques GardenSee natural gardening techniques at work in Metro’s “chemical-free” demonstration garden. Metro designed the garden to help peoplelearn about the benefits of using natural gardening techniques to grow healthy plants while protecting the quality of our rivers, streamsand wildlife habitat. Visitors are welcome to explore at their leisure and pick up brochures about the plants and techniques used inthe garden. The Garden is located at 6800 SE 57th Ave. (at Southeast Cooper), Portland and is open 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. April throughOctober. Admission if free. For more information about Natural Gardening workshops, recycling information or directions to theGarden call Metro at (503) 234-3000, or go to www.metro-region.org/gardening.
  • 2. The Oregon GardenWater Efficient Demonstration GardenOSU Marion County Master Gardeners maintain a water efficient demonstrationgarden at the Oregon Garden in Silverton. The garden is located adjacent to theeast side of the business office and consists of trees, shrubs and perennials. Thegarden is not watered in the summer and is not fertilized. It is periodically prunedand plants added and removed as necessary. This garden is at its peak Marchthrough June. The Oregon Garden is open from May through September 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.and October through April 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.For more information about admission costs or directions to the Garden go to http://www.oregongarden.org.T u a l at i n V a l l e y W at e r D i s t r i c tWater Efficient DemonstrationGardenT ualatin Valley Water District’s 1.3 acre Water Efficient Demonstration Garden is an educational area to promoteefficient use of water in landscaping. The Garden is free andopen for self-guided tours for residents and customers interestedin cultivating healthy, beautiful landscapes while decreasingtheir outdoor water use. Each area has signage explaining thelandscape material and irrigation methods used, and why eacharea was planted or designed as it was. By touring the gardenyou can get landscape planting and irrigation design ideas that anyone can use.The garden is located on the corner of SW 170th Ave. and SW Merlo Rd. at TVWD’s office inBeaverton, just south of the Elmonica MAX light-rail station. For a map to the office, visitwww.tvwd.org.