Schreiner’s Iris Garden

3625 Quinaby Rd NE, Salem, OR 97303, USA

503-393-3232

Seasonally 7 days a week 9:00 - 5:00

https://www.schreinersgardens.com

Specializing in bearded iris, Schreiner’s Gardens have been a popular on-line source for iris, daylilies, and other perennials since 1925.  On the northern edge of Salem, Oregon, you can just glimpse the fields as you pass by on the freeway. Stop by for a closer look in May and visit their display gardens where you can wander their colorful blooms, order your favorites for next year, or purchase fresh flowers.  $5 per car entrance fee.

Photo courtesy Schreiner’s Iris Garden

Display garden

More than just iris

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Display gardens are open Mother's Day Weekend until May 31st. Freshly cut flowers are available during the Bloom Season Flower Show. Request a free catalog for on-line plant sales.

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