Flower Fields and Festivals Near Clark County

From early spring through early autumn, the Pacific Northwest is alive with the color of flowers. Whether you are a photographer, gardener or just love festivals, these celebrations of everything floral will entice you out of your winter hibernation with a colorful flower festival. Find these flower farms and festivals on a day trip from Clark County.

Be sure and check the websites and Facebook pages for flower field visits. Flowers don’t watch the calendar. They pay much more attention to the weather! Dress for walking if you go to the fields. You may encounter mud or dust when you walk through the beautiful flowers. And, of course, take your camera.

1. Daffodils

Beautiful daffodils abound in the fields around Amity Oregon. Photo credit: Elizabeth R Rose

2. Tulips

Professional and amateur photographers make several visits to the Wooden Shoe Bulb Farm during tulip season. Photo credit: Elizabeth R Rose

3. Iris

While you may think of Irises as being blue, they come in a variety of colors and sizes. Photo credit: Elizabeth R Rose

4. Lilacs

Even a rainy day is a good one for a visit to the Hulda Klager Lilac Garden and her lovely Victorian farm house. Photo credit: Elizabeth R Rose

5. Roses

The International Rose Test Garden in Portland is abloom with rows and rows of roses before, during and after June of each year. Photo credit: Holly Miller

6. Dahlias

At Swan Island Dahlias, enjoy the fields of huge dahlias and the indoor exhibits of prize winning flowers. Photo credit: Elizabeth R Rose
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