I trust that everyone survived the Arctic Winter of 2015!
The Winter Gardening Seminar, held on January 31st, exceeded our expectations. That day, 84 gardeners joined Janet Macunovich for her workshop presentations. Be sure to mark your calendar for next year's seminar, to be held on Saturday, January 23, 2016. Information regarding this seminar will be in our Summer Newsletter.
Come and volunteer for a few hours in the Native Planting Site on the Dequindre Cut Walking, Jogging, and Biking Trail. Make new friends, learn about native plants and get some great exercise. The Native Planting Site is very close to the Detroit River and sometimes you can hear the lake freighters traveling up and down the river! If you know of a special...
The Detroit Garden Center will be traveling to the Chicago area this summer to visit many private and public gardens as well as nurseries and Frank Lloyd Wright's home and studio.
You're invited to join us for the Summer Rise N Shine program at Alternatives for Girls. Detroit Garden Center will continue its outreach program with young girls who attend the special Summer program at AFG. Help is needed with the gardening program on Tuesdays and Wednesdays for 2 1/2 hours.
Join us for a leaf casting class, You will make a 10" x 12" rhubarb or hosta leaf casting for use in the house or garden. All supplies are provided. You will need to make arrangements to pick up your casting the next day. Class is limited to 8 participants, so register early.
Details to follow in the Fall Newsletter.
As many gardeners know, honeybees are an integral part of the life cycle of many plants by providing cross pollination for...
Join the Detroit Garden Center for a guided tree and history tour of Elmwood Cemetery. This popular event is always a highlight for the Detroit Garden Center's program year. Back by popular demand Cheryl English, Advanced Master Gardener and Chancey Miller, Elmwood historian will again team up to identify some of the over 80 species of trees and to share the history of Michigan's leading citizens interred in the cemetery. Considered one of the top ten historical cemeteries in the United States, Elmwood is a fine example of the Rural Cemetery Movement. Its rolling terrain and waterways remain unchanged since the days of early Detroit.Read More >
Designed as an experiential and educational space, Cheryl's garden includes over 30 Clematis, representing over 10 species as well as large-following hybrids, and over 200 species of native plants, ranging from Spring ephemerals to large...Read More >
Bring a friend or two or meet someone new for a relaxing afternoon enjoying a variety of Wesley teas, sandwiches, scones and more. Tea will be served at 2:00 pm on Sunday, June 7th...Read More >
The Detroit Garden Center has just restocked the famous and professional quality Wilcox stainless steel trowels.
The trowels will be available for purchase at the Holiday Gathering on December 14th at the Detroit Garden Center Office on E. Jefferson Ave. in the Vigliotti Building. The DGC sells 7 different size trowels.
They make great gifts for your gardening friends!