Peterkort Roses Farm Tour

in Hillsboro, OR

The Peterkort family has a long history in the flower business, starting out near Portland in 1923 and moving to the current location in Hillsboro during the 1980s.  Everybody started out working in the greenhouse and grading room during summer holidays, often under the watchful eyes of parents and grandparents. Today growing more than 50 varieties of roses, the family has recently added freesia, ranunculus, and anemones which have proven very popular with customers.

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Spend your Sunday afternoon touring the beautiful flower greenhouses of our grower, Peterkort Roses. Owners Norman & Sandra will guide groups through their current crops and answer your questions while you walk their property, take photos & learn more about flower farming.

SUN APRIL 29, 2018 || 11 am to 2pm

Peterkort Roses Farm || 11815 SW Hillsboro Highway (Highway 219), Hillsboro, OR 97123


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Farm Tour details:

  • Notable Crops to See
    • Ranunculus, anenomes, freesia, roses, Martagon lilies, lisianthus
  • Directions, Parking & Facilities 
    • Look for balloons & signage off the main highway turnoff
    • Follow balloons to the main parking area
    • There are 2 public restrooms available for use
    • The greenhouses are wheelchair accessible
  • Drinks + Snacks
    • Light snacks & beverages will be provided, but please feel free to bring your own water bottles or snacks
  • Points of Interest – Recommended by Norman & Sandra
    • Restaurants
      • Syun Isakaya – Japanese cuisine with sushi & Sake – Downtown Hillsboro
      • South Store Cafe – sandwiches & pastries, not open for dinner
    • Smith Berry Barn – Nursery with chic gifts
    • Wineries
      • Ponzi – Amazing views
      • Ardiri Winery – Amazing views
      • Raptor Ridge
      • Oak Knoll
    • Golf Courses
      • The Reserve – upscale
      • Pumpkin Ridge – upscale
      • Meriwether – mid-scale
      • Forest Hills
    • Portland Gardens
      • Lan Su Chinese Garden – traditional garden in downtown with plants & tea room
      • Portland Japanese Garden – world class garden with new buildings added