Connie Hansen Garden Conservancy

1931 NW 33rd Street

PO Box 776

Lincoln City, Oregon 97367

(541) 994-6338

email: conniehansengarden@msn.com

  

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April 26, 2017

Periodically, we will be writing a short feature article on those plants which have been selected for permanent signs. At present, we have installed 56 signs and plan to add more over time. The plants we have selected so far have been chosen for their prominence as maj...

February 6, 2017

Identifying plant names with custom signs to enhance the garden through grant funds being made available for this wonderful addition to the Connie Hansen Garden.

August 16, 2016

If you are a regular or even occasional visitor to the Garden, chances are that you've seen the colorful and eye-catching display of either Siberian or Japanese Iris that take center stage in late spring and early summer.  This year, the Siberian Iris were simply magni...

June 28, 2016

According to the Hummingbird Society, plant these plants to attract
these fierce beauties to your garden:

~ Abutilion - Chinese Bell Flower, Chinese Lantern, Flowering Maple
~ Agastache - Hummingbird Mint
~ Aquilegia - Columbine
~ Fuchsia
~ Lonicera - Honeysuckle
...

June 17, 2016

First, let's dispel the confusion that surrounds this group: Once they were known as Kaempferi Irises, today many call them "The Butterfly Irises", but the correct common name is simply "Japanese Iris." In luscious colors of purple, pink, and endless bicolors, they hav...

July 27, 2015

What a summer we are having!  Records have been shattered everywhere due to the continuing heat and drought, and although we have been fortunate enough to avoid the temperature extremes here on the coast, the lack of measurable rainfall, less than 1/4 inch since the en...

May 28, 2015

One of the loveliest and most colorful beds in bloom in early summer here at the Garden is the Japanese Iris “pond”, a large island bed situated just below the parking lot.  Now just beginning to bud, the “queen “ of the iris world will soon provide us with the most sp...

March 17, 2015


 

Clematis is a huge plant family, over 200 known species.  Many of them are vines, but there are a few bushy upright forms and some sprawling ground covers also.  Blooms range from delicate little star shapes in clusters to showy specimens larger than saucers that see...

March 11, 2015

They're saying that this was the warmest and driest February on record; corroborative evidence of this seemingly sweeping statement is to be found throughout the Garden.

 

Buds on magnolias sprung to life within the first couple of weeks of February, opened fully and by...

February 24, 2015

 

Perhaps the most intriguing, diverse and subtly alluring plant of the winter garden is the hellebore.  Original plantings of H. argutifolius, the Corsican hellebore, can be seen at the west end of the garden.  This is the largest, most robust and earliest blooming of...

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