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[sidebar]Rogerson Clematis Collection
Open dawn until dusk daily
Luscher Farm Park
125 Rosemont Road
West Linn, Oregon 97068[/sidebar]

Welcome to Luscher Farm in West Linn, Oregon, home of the Rogerson Clematis Collection. After a “journey of epic proportions” (link to FRCC history) today the collection is maintained and cared for by the Friends of the Rogerson Clematis Collection (FRCC), a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote and advance the joy of growing the genus Clematis through education and the preservation of the Rogerson Clematis Collection.

Join Linda Beutler, curator of the collection, as she shares the following photos and information about a small segment of this thriving and floriferous landscape dedicated to the Queen of Vines.

Vintage Luscher Farmhouse. Photo: courtesy Rogerson Clematis Collection

The Luscher Farmhouse first appeared on tax rolls in 1900. The original family lived here until around 1914 and established the original landscape surrounding the farmhouse. Today, plants in the Heirloom Garden surrounding the sturdy white home date from that pre-WWI era....

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