Portland Lan Su Chinese Garden 4.5 (reviews)

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About Portland Lan Su Chinese Garden

Our mission in developing this unique and diverse living collection is twofold. As a botanical garden, we seek to create as much diversity as possible within a small footprint (only one city block). Our goal is to provide visitors with a microcosmic view of the wealth of China’s native flora. As a purveyor of traditional Chinese culture, the Garden’s botanical collections provide an invaluable tool for explaining customs and traditions rooted in human interaction with plants over China’s lengthy and well-recorded history. To the monks who nurtured 1,000-year-old camellias behind the sheltering walls of aged temples and to the artisans, crafts people, and plantsmen who built the Garden and procured the plants, we express our most sincere appreciation. And to the citizens, east and west, who so generously gifted the garden with relevant species and private contributions, our heartfelt thanks.

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The Lan Su Chinese Garden offers guided tours of the garden during the school day and school calendar to pre K-12th grade students at a school rate. The minimum number of people required for a school tour is 15 people (for example, 12 students and 3 adults.) To book a docent-led school tour, the Chinese Garden requires at least 2 weeks advance notice. If the group falls below the 15 person minimum, the cost will be calculated on normal admission fees. For groups larger than 25-30, additional