Is it just me, or has Winter lasted a very long time this year? I trust you were able to escape
to a warmer place "to get away from it all"!
The Winter Garden Seminar held in early...
It's amazing to see how the native planting continues to survive these hot and dry days. Presently, these plants are blooming yellow cone flower, helianthis (native sun flower), Echinacea, liatris, thread leaf coreopsis, culverts root, bee balm...Read More >
Please join Cheryl English of Detroit Garden Center for monthly meet-ups on Belle Isle and see first-hand how the native landscape evolves through the season.Read More >
Dr. John Hartig is currently a Fulbright Scholar serving as the Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Global Governance at Balsillie School of International Affairs in Waterloo, Ontario...Read More >
Stella Heatley has graciously submitted her journal of our 2017 trip to Boston. I know everyone who traveled to Boston will be thrilled by how she captured every last detail of the trip.Read More >
Create a 10" x 12" rhubarb or hosta leaf casting for use in the home or garden. All supplies are provided. You will need to make arrangements to pick up your casting the next day. Class is limited to 10 participants, so register early.
Members and their guests are welcome to attend the Annual Potluck Picnic and Flower Pot Raffle on August 29th at the Tompkins Center, in Windmill Pointe Park located on Lake St Clair at the foot of Barrington Ave., first street in Grosse Pointe Park off of East Jefferson Ave. at the border of Detroit.
Please bring an entre' or dessert to share for your entrance fee. Beverages and dining utensils will be furnished. We are in need of items for the Raffle. Please call or email the Garden Center to RSVP and if you're bringing a Raffle item. All items must be in good condition. Event starts at 6 pm with dinner beginning at 6:15 pm.
Pre-registration is required. Cleaning and sharpening materials and expert instructions will be provided. Bring hand tools, shovels, pruning tools. Dress accordingly!
Parking is available on Jefferson Ave. or in the gated parking lot, entrance is on Woodbridge St. just east of Orleans St. Someone will open the gate once you arrive.