Leach Botanical Garden

Leach Botanical Garden(波特兰)

Leach Botanical Garden
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jackwidely
俄勒冈波特兰201 条分享
Nice Garden in the City
2021年6月
Lovely easy to walk Botanical Gardens close to everyone in Portland. Trails are well groomed and anyone of any age should find them easy to traverse. Nice selections of plants and tree- some pretty old are situated on the grounds.

Sadly the bridge across the creek was washed out by flooding in 2020 and has not yet been replaced leaving a small portion of the garden closed including the old stone house.

During 2021 admission is free but their website must be used for setting a time slot to visit. Plenty of parking. Easy to find. Worth an hour or so.
撰写日期:2021年6月6日
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Jaxnbrwn
6 条分享
Beautiful
2019年9月
So beautiful. Soooo green. Very happy that we went there. Unfortunately a big part of the garden was under construction during our visit.
撰写日期:2019年10月17日
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Ola Z
科索沃普里什蒂纳702 条分享
Beautiful garden, definitely a place to visit
2019年9月 • 好友
It's a peaceful and serene place, where you can fully immerse yourself in the nature. You can walk several short paths or just stop for a moment and breath in the fresh air. The garden is free of charge, but you can offere donation. In addition, they have a nice, little shop with some locally made and imported items. Close proximity to the city offers a really nice escape.
撰写日期:2019年9月19日
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Jilly
俄勒冈波特兰46 条分享
Magical tour in tiny woodland
2018年11月
Our first visit was in the summer when the Garden' s delightful children's edible garden was in full bloom and with harvestable tomatoes and berries. The garden itself is a lovely, secret journey down to Johnson Creek on meandering paths under trees surrounded by lovely beds planted with native plants. Across the bridge one discovers the fairy tale cabin. In the fall we found giant leaves and little villages of tiny mushrooms.Be sure to download the scavenger hunt from their website and see if you can find the dinosaur! This is a lovely little garden that has become one of our favorite spots to explore in any season with my grandson. The gift shop is delightful and the staff is helpful and friendly. You can purchase native plants there as well.It ticks all the boxes for an afternoon of adventure and learning.
撰写日期:2019年8月6日
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Kym2877
佛罗里达坦帕45 条分享
Beautiful garden estate
2019年7月 • 家庭
This property was left to the city of Portland, formerly the home of Lila and John Leach, after their death. The Johnson creek runs through the property and features many plants native to the area as well as non-native plants. The original cottage-style house the Leach's built, still sits on the property, is very charming and fairy like. It is an amazing place with many hiking trails, which are very easy to navigate. The most amazing part, it's free! Tranquil and beautiful, highly recommended.
撰写日期:2019年7月29日
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Rachael B
俄勒冈波特兰30 条分享
Birdsong and bees
2019年5月 • 独自旅游
A very small garden but so restful and lovely! Really more like spending time in a woodland glade! Not the usual botanical garden- perhaps more of a restful reflection and relaxation spot for anyone travel or world weary.
撰写日期:2019年6月4日
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David M
佛罗里达维罗海滩10,863 条分享
A modest but excellent garden
2018年5月 • 独自旅游
Leach is the legacy of the namesake couple, who left their house, stone cabin, and estate loaded with native and some non-native plants; they were enthusiastic explorers of the Oregon flora. It's continued under city ownership as a place with serious plant collections, so that in spring, it's a great place to see trilliums, iris, Lewisia, Pentsemon, Camassia, and quite a bit more. The paths and beds are well maintained, though the garden retains its residential-scale modesty.

The house has a terrace that looks well sized for events. One was being set up as I visited.

The stone cabin is worth visiting on a tour to see its spectacular terrazzo floor, a tribute from Mr. Leach to his wife. He did the metal work himself, and must have selected the large stones.

I would note, as a former Portland resident, that the garden very definitely has plants flowering in January and is worth visiting in the rain. Don't save it for a sunny day.

Change is coming. An aerial walkway to put visitors up among the trees (making use of the steep drop-off from the upper level of the garden to Johnson Creek) will soon be built.

The bridge across Johnson Creek is closed and will soon be replaced. Parking and pedestrian access is available on the south side. A bus stop is close.
撰写日期:2018年5月19日
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Milestogo007
俄勒冈波特兰537 条分享
A Beautiful Botanical Garden that is absolutely free, and is superior to some of those gardens that do.
2017年7月 • 独自旅游
This Garden is a hidden treasure. I came here on a rather warm Sunday and was able to stay cool because there are so many great and grand trees on the property. Johnson Creek also goes through the property and the trail down by the creek is very cool. The garden is absolutely beautiful with mysterious trails that take you up to a meadow or down by Johnson Creek. Either way is an adventure. I was able to see a snake (harmless garter snake), Hummingbirds, Squirrels, etc. A lot of the plants and trees have signs and descriptions by them. There is also bamboo which to me is just incredibly beautiful and it was fun to be able to study and read about it as well as touch it. The Garden is perfect for practicing "Mindfulness". I have had a lot on my mind of late, and for once it was not thinking about women in bikini's wearing cowboy boots made in Guatemala. I was thinking about the big picture of life: Marriage! A lot of people get married because they have the same religion, or they think they have the same principle's only to find out later their religion or principle's got married and they just went along for the ride. Love seems to have a lot of counterfeits, not to get too deep. Is it possible that though marriage in these times seems for some reason to be troubled, often fatal, arrangement, is it not only possible to survive it, but to actually revive it? That is the question. As if on cue at Leach Garden while I was thinking, a wedding planner, who was just stunning by the way in her summer dress with her Prince Val bangs, and her world conquering smile got with a couple who were planning for that special day. You can rent the garden for weddings and it is just an incredible venue for such an occasion so here I got to personally witness the start of a couple's new life being planned out with the beginning being in the garden. Excellent choice. I highly recommend to anyone to come visit the garden. It is very peaceful, relaxing, and it is a beautiful respite from the real world and educational and a great place to have a wedding.
撰写日期:2017年7月23日
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Swissabroad
俄勒冈波特兰70 条分享
Escape on a hot day
2017年5月 • 好友
This used to be the home and garden of a couple with an interest in botany and today offers the visitor a lovely shaded walk through interesting woods. Mrs Leach had a passion for collecting native plants from the Pacific Northwest and that is what you'll find here. The Leach home is also open to the public. The rooms are well preserved, flooded with light and show magnificent wood construction. Check before you visit so that you do not come when there is a wedding going on, you'll miss seeing the home. On a Thursday you will find most of the volunteers. All of them are well versed in the history of the home and gardens and are very willing to share their knowledge with visitors.
You can reach the gardens with public transportation but it is quite a hike from the bus stop. A car is definitively an advantage.
撰写日期:2017年6月9日
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Carl R
俄勒冈波特兰643 条分享
A walk in the woods
2017年5月 • 夫妻情侣
This is more a 'signed' forest trail than a botanical garden. Looks to be mostly Pacific Northwest flora. Nice trails, but also a meadow where events are hosted. There was a well run children's festival the day we discovered this. There are two parking areas and an out of commission bridge that you can walk, but not drive on. There is a small gift store, the 'founders' open house, a stone cottage hidden in the woods, too.
Johnson creek runs through the property. It is about a mile or so worth of trails, mostly up and down. Not really suitable for people who have trouble walking. God bless the volunteers. It is free and a gem hidden in an otherwise rough patch of Portland.
撰写日期:2017年5月22日
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