We were lucky enough to join in as tour of this unique area was starting, but there is also a program, and laminated cards to help in flower identification, if there is no docent tour while you are there.
The rooms and gardens were constructed in China, and then reassembled here in Portland as a representation of the tranquil garden a rich artist might have near his home. The garden honors nature, rocks,water, tranquility and poetry. The carvings and art are amazing, the flowers and plants are fragrant and beautiful. There was art for sale, music being played, a fortune stick cup, and the wonderful relaxing sound of water flowing down the rocks to a Koi pond.
You can stay as long as you like, and there Is a gift shop on your way home, a lot of very unique books and gifts.
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