Green Heron is proud to have worked with Argyle and Cistus Nursery to transform the winery into a world-class garden and entertaining space.
Morning light on the swirling pathways. Soon people (and happy pollinators) will wind these paths.
A view of the main house and decorative gathering area from between the trees.
Yucca hiding among the flowering grasses and shrubs.
A wide range of native and drought-tolerant plants, all working together to form the Argyle tapestry.
A view from the porch into the pavilion area.
The stone patio just off the tasting room is home to Oregon Myrtle that are already stunning and will only grow more spectacular in time.
A view of the main house from the west garden.
Of the hundreds of trees planted at the winery, this oak stands to become most iconic.
Mahonia x media 'Winter Sun'
Old wine barrels find new purpose along the eastern edge, just before the slope down toward train tracks.
The garden boasts hundreds of oak species, some of which will grow into majestic trees that match the soaring hangar in scope and size. Taken in spring 2016.
Now a lush garden area, we like this photo from the first spring season for Argyle's new garden.