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Cooper Mountain Nature Park near Beaverton features a demonstration garden with colorful, low-maintenance, wildlife-friendly plants.
The garden is open for self-guided visits dawn to dusk unless otherwise posted.
The garden is located at Cooper Mountain Nature Park at 18892 SW Kemmer Road, Beaverton. More about Cooper Mountain
Stop by the demonstration garden on your next visit to see the latest showstopper in the beautiful new demonstration garden. Will it be bountiful blossoms, fabulous fall foliage and dancing grasses, or Anna's hummingbirds and painted lady butterflies? In any case, the plants in this garden are all easy to grow, great looking, supportive to wildlife and they won't invade natural areas! Gather ideas here for planting your own natural, pesticide-free garden at home. For a complete, full-color plant list, see the Cooper Mountain Demonstration Garden planting ideas booklet below.
Download a guide to natural gardening with plant lists and tips inspired by the demonstration garden at Cooper Mountain. Learn to garden with care at the edge of the wild and discover great plants for the area's climate.
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Explore the trails, natural garden and visitor facilities and enjoy the views and rare habitats at the new Cooper Mountain Nature Park near Beaverton.