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Located in Clackamas County just north of Woodburn, at Wooden Shoe Bulb Company, tulips and daffodils are king. At this family-run farm, 30 acres are devoted to more than 160 varieties of tulips and another 30 acres to daffodils. Visitors can buy cut flowers, order bulbs, or simply enjoy the colorful fields with a picnic lunch.

The annual Spring Tulip Fest is held every spring, and visitors can explore over 18 acres of tulips and daffodils. Daily and weekend activities are offered. Gardens are open to the public throughout Oregon.

Location: 33814 S Meridian Road, Woodburn Oregon 97071 Telephone 503-634-2243

Other Clackamas County Farms and Produce nearby:
(Oregon City) Albeke Farms
(Wilsonville) Barn Owl Herb Nursery & Gift Shop
(Estacada) Don Smith Tree Farm
(Aurora) Fir Point Farms
(Canby) Flower Farmer with Phoenix and Holly RR
(Eagle Creek) Glovers Century Farm


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