Order Your Commemorative Touchstone Paver!
July 9th 10am-4pm
Visit Gresham Japanese Garden
Tsuru Island, 3/4 of an acre located at Gresham Main City Park is free and open to the public sunrise to sunset.
By Sue Hughes, Gresham Japanese Garden Pruner My assignment from Jim Card was to prune this Picea pungens glauca, blue spruce into pads. I've been reading a lot about the right and wrong way to prune a conifer into pads, but I wasn't sure how I was going to tackle...
Pines In the case of your pine shrubs, as you can see by this one that faces the southwest, it's extremely scorched. This top layer of burnt needles is still protecting the branches underneath and they are not dead branches. You can check for dead branches by scraping...
Ebetsu Plaza is located in the south end of Main City Park closest to Springwater Trail. This is a public space, free for the public to enjoy.
The Gresham Japanese Garden on Tsuru Island provides a place of culture, beauty and learning for all who enter. The Friends of Gresham Japanese Garden bear responsibility to the city of Gresham, to build upon the Japanese American legacy in the community. We foster sustainability through leadership, stewardship, education and volunteerism.
Support the Garden
Blank Note Cards
Set of 6 for $10, or purchase one for $2.
Since the Garden’s reopening in 2011, volunteers have contributed over 28,000 hours pruning, sweeping pavers, planting, replanting, building — you name it and the volunteers have done.
An endowment fund to maintain the garden is now available through the Commemorative Paver campaign.
Gresham Park’s Most Inspirational Project
“ I have found great friends, gardening joy, and have learned more things about all facets of gardening in a multi-generational setting. I’ve hit the garden lottery of joy!!”