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Road Trip to Adelman Peony Gardens

Yesterday Chris and I went out for a drive just to get some outdoor time.  One our way home, we stopped at Adelman Peony Gardens in Brooks, Oregon.  They are not one of the huge gardens that Oregon has.  so we were hoping they might have remained open.  And they did.  It’s still a couple weeks before prime blooming season.  Here is a sneak peak at the wonders of their gardens.

Peony Bud

Peony

Peony

Bearded Iris

Columbine

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    • It was so nice to be out and about. I had my mask with me if people were close enough. I only had to use it when I entered and left the garden entrance 😀

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    • It was. I spoke with one of the workers and she told me they just decided last week to open. Most gardens like this is closed, but they are smaller don’t have parking for tons of people.

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  1. I do love irises and we had peonies in our yard when I was growing up. I remember the ants that always clung to them when they were brought inside.

    janet

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  2. Sometimes the smaller gardens are best, Cee! The peonies look fabulous. Thanks for sharing. Glad you enjoyed your ride out 🙂 🙂

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