Cedar Hills Garden Center

Centrally located, our Cedar Hills location is tucked in between Highways 26 and 217. Manager Mike Curtin has over 15 years of experience. He worked for the Smithsonian Institute in their greenhouses and is a member of the Portland and American Orchid Societies. For these reasons, our Cedar Hills location is the place to get information about orchids and tropical plants. In addition, Cedar Hills has a carefully chosen rotating selection of rare and unusual orchids that are suited to the cool, moist conditions of the Pacific Northwest.

Cedar Hills has a balanced and broad selection of plants, fountains, pottery and everything needed for outdoor living in the area. Its moderate size means it’s easy to navigate and well-stocked with exceptional selection. Plus, all our plants come with a one-year guarantee.

You’ll get lots of inspiration, plus friendly, expert advice when you visit your neighborhood Dennis’ 7 Dees Cedar Hills Garden Center.

Store Hours
Open every day 9 am to 6 pm

10455 SW Butner Rd
Portland, OR 97225




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Garden Classes

Garden Diagnostics: Plant Doctor Day

If you have questions, get answers at our Garden Diagnostics day. Certified nursery professionals (aka plant doctors) will be available to examine plant samples & offer advice on plant health, ID pests & provide solutions to garden problems. Bring samples in zip-top bag or other sealed container with your name & contact info included.

August 2, 2014 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

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Fall & Winter Vegetable Gardening

Pick a home-grown salad for your Thanksgiving meal, harvest leeks & parsnips fresh for a winter soup or stew: these are the rewards waiting for the fall/winter gardener. Discover what you can grow during this cooler season; learn about planting times, useful tools/equipment, and tips to keep your garden growing. Pre-registration required.

August 9, 2014 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Fabulous Hydrangeas

There are many reasons for hydrangeas to be popular including long bloom time, ease of care & maintenance as well as a wide variety of uses in the landscape. Come learn how a hydrangea (or two) added to your garden can provide much needed color this summer and be a great addition to the landscape. $5/person; pre-registration required.

August 16, 2014 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Ornamental Grasses & Late Blooming Perennials

Do you have a beautiful, blooming garden in the spring only to have your flowers fade when the weather gets nice enough for outdoor entertaining? Grasses & late blooming perennials can provide color, texture, structure & movement in your landscape with minimal maintenance and look great in summer-fall. $5/person; pre-registration required.

August 23, 2014 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am

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Magical Shade Trees

$5 Pre-registration is required; Trees provide many benefits to us & the environment. We will talk about the many ways that trees contribute to better quality of life & which trees were believed to have magical properties. Collect leaf samples, identify which trees they are from & laminate a leaf collage to take home.

August 24, 2014 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

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