The Hardy Plant Society of Oregon's Plant & Garden Art Sale

2019 - HORTLANDIA'S 31st Year!
April 20th & 21st at the Portland EXPO Center

This event is open to both HPSO members and non-members, and admission is free.

Hortlandia 2019In April of every year, HPSO sponsors an event that is one of the largest of its kind in the Pacific Northwest. Vendors from far and wide – from nearly the Canadian border to the California border – come to Portland to offer the latest plant introductions as well as the time-tested (and hardiness-tested!) plants. Complementing the plant vendors are specialty garden art vendors bringing one-of-a-kind pieces made from metal, wood, glass, ceramic, fabric, and stone. Each work of art is handcrafted by the vendor. This is a wonderful event, and it's particularly nice to have so many nurseries and artists, with so many plant choices and specialty works, all under one roof!

Volunteers make the sale happen. It takes about 240 volunteers working 3-hour shifts to ensure that the sale goes smoothly. As a benefit for helping out, volunteers get to shop one hour before the general public. Please note: Registration for volunteers will open in early February, 2019.

A few things to keep in mind: No pets, wagons, strollers or carts are permitted inside the building. HPSO will make reasonable accommodation or will provide assistance for people with disabilities. Please contact the HPSO office in advance so arrangements can be made, and let one of our Greeters at the entrance know if you require assistance.

Attention nurseries, artists, and vendors:  HPSO is now accepting applications for space at Hortlandia 2019:

If you are a member and wish to volunteer, please use this link to sign up: 2019 Hortlandia Volunteer Registration


There is plenty of parking in the EXPO Center lot, and the City of Portland charges for parking there.  A few dollars can be saved by carpooling, but be sure to leave enough room to take home some plants and art! The Interstate MAX Yellow Line also goes right to EXPO.


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