21815 SW Farmington Rd
Beaverton, OR 97007
21815 SW Farmington Rd
Mon. through Sat. 9am-5pm
Join us at our Indiana Jones themed event this weekend.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday store-wide discounts of 40%.
This includes most trees, all shrubs, grasses, perennials and annuals, tools, giftshop items and all garden essentials. Seasonal items included but not our fantastic decorations put up for this occasion. We would like to keep some of those creepy items around for next year's event!
Saturday and Sunday from 11AM until 3PM.
Special screenings of Indiana Jones movies. Watch for enjoyment or to help you with clues to some of the games which includes daily Scavenger Hunts and Snake Walks
The Obstacle Course looks particularly fun...LOOK OUT FOR THE ROCK!
We are adding two new areas this year, The Indy Pub for the entire family and a Beer Garden for those 21 and over.
Saturday Only Events
Pet Costume Contest at 12 Noon
Have fun showing off your well behaved friend in an Indie themed costume or whatever they will allow you to dress them in! Please allow time to register.
Oregon Reptile Man from 1PM - 3PM
Indiana Jones was afraid of snakes but you needen't be. Come see the The Reptile Man who will have on display an outstanding variety of snakes, lizards, turtles and tortoises that have been rescued in the Pacific Northwest. Featuring 15-20 reptiles from around our world at each presentation, these predators capture hearts of all....... well, almost all.
Richard Ritchey is a professional full time Herpetologist who brings unique insights, observations and humor to his exciting live reptile shows.
Click on the photo for some live action of a Reptile Man's display.
October 17th through October 20th, 2014 only
Special events Saturday and Sunday from 11AM through 3PM
Including a visit by the Reptile Man
All sales subject to availability.
Excludes special orders, deliveries, installation services, bulk soils, #1, #5, #7 Arbovitae, prior purchases and gift certificates. May not be used with other discounts.
|Japanese anemone 'Pocohontas'||Japanese anemone 'Whirlwind'|
While most flowering perennials are slowly shutting down, Japanese Anemones are still in full bloom. Starting in August, they set flower 6 to 8 weeks, well into the fall!
The blossoms make wonderful cut-flower arrangements as the sturdy stalks hold their heads high. Ranging from singles to doubles and everything in between, the different varieties can be white, pink or deep pink. All have buttercup yellow centers. Massed in the garden, Japanese anemones demand attention from passers by.
Grown in part to full sun, Japanese anemones can take most soil types but like regular water. Their leaves will burn in the hot sun if the soil dries out.
They form solid clumps, spreading by underground rhizomes. In good garden conditions, they can be invasive but can be grown in containers or are lovely as a border. Cut them back to the ground at the end of the season but take the time to enjoy the interesting seed heads first.
Most grow up to 3 feet or more but the double rose pink ‘Pocohontas’ is compact, growing only half that height. All are prolific bloomers and a wonderful addition to your garden.
|Japanese anemone 'Pamina'|
We are still a few months away from the holiday season, but now is the time for groups and organizations to start thinking about holiday fundraising programs! Farmington Gardens is one of the largest producers of handmade holiday wreaths and evergreens in the country, and we have a profitable wreath fundraising program that is a great way to raise funds for your organization or group.
Our evergreen products and wreaths are:
- Simply beautiful!
- Freshest quality and they sell themselves---year after year.
- Hand-made locally by a locally-owned family business.
- Priced to be profitable!
To find out more information about our fundraising program, you may visit our online fundraiser packet here, or contact our fundraiser coordinator, Misty at 503-649-4568 ext 3607. Pricing information is not available online, but we would be more than happy to send you that information on request and discuss how we can help you with your fundraising goals this year!