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May 14, 2015
Thursday
7:00pm
Growing Roses in Your Garden
Ferndale

By Ferndale Garden Club at Kulick Comminity Ctr. Presented by Tom & Ellie Kressbach. 248-398-6283.

May 15 - 16, 2015
Friday
10:00am - 3:00pm
Saturday
9:00am - 1:00pm
Henry Ford Spring Plant Sale and Garden Market
Dearborn. At Henry Ford Estate

Perennials, wildflowers, shade loving plants, herbs, hanging baskets, water plants & much more. 313-701-2240
May 16, 2015
Saturday
11:00am
Gardening 101 With Master Gardeners
Ray Hunter Florist & Garden
16153 Eureka, Southgate MI 48192


FREE. Paul Rodman & a panel of Master Gardeners will answer your questions.   www.rayhunter.com

May 16, 2015
Saturday
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Dahlia, Planting, Staking, Tying & Fertilizing
Troy

By SE Michigan Dahlia Society at Telly's. Specifics of Dahlia Growing to produce beautiful flowers. 248-475-8945
May 16, 2015
Saturday
7:00am - 2:00pm
MSU Public Plant Sale
1066 Bogue St, Michigan State University, 1066 Bogue St, East Lansing, MI


By MSU Horticulture Gardens at 1066 Bogue St. Perennials, grasses, herbs, annuals, seedlings, shrubs & more. BYO Cart! www.hrt.msu.edu/plant-sale

May 16, 2015
Saturday
10:00am - noon
Wildflower Walk
Hidden Lake Gardens, Tipton

$5. Rain or shine. Hike lead by HLG staff. Register: hiddenlakegardens.msu.edu
May 16, 2015
Saturday
10:00am - 4:00pm
Willow Greenhouse Expo
South Lyon/Salem
 
By the Four Seasons Garden Club of South Lyon at Willow Greenhouse. FREE.
Janet Macunovich & other speakers. Pruning, fairy gardens, beneficial insects, attracting birds, kids projects & more. www.WillowGreenhouse.com

May 16 - 17, 2015
Saturday & Sunday
Kitchen Favorite Herb Sale
At Matthaei Botanical Gardens
1800 Dixboro Rd, Ann Arbor

MG Madolyn Kaminski on hand to answer questions. www.mbgna.umich.edu

May 17, 2015
Sunday
1:00pm - 3:00pm
Raised Bed and Container Gardening
At Detroit Farm & Garden

FREE. Learn creative ways to recycle materials & grow things on patios, porches & stoops. 313-655-2344

May 17, 2015
Sunday
1:00pm - 3:00pm

Elmwood Cemetery History and Tree Tour


Join the Detroit Garden Center for a guided history and tree tour of Elmwood Cemetery. This popular event is always a highlight of the Detroit Garden Center's program year. Back by popular demand, Chancey Miller, Elmwood Historian, and Cheryl English, Advanced Master Gardener, will again team up to share the history of Michigan's leading citizens interred in the cemetery and tell the stories of some of the over 80 species of woody plants found on the property.

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 Detroit's earliest history.

Elmwood Cemetery is located at 1200 Elmwood, an extension of McDougall Ave., just north of E. Lafayette and two blocks north of E. Jefferson. The orange roofed church on the northeast corner of E. Lafayette and McDougall is a good landmark (church is located across the street from Detroit's Martin Luther King Jr. High School). The driveway north of the church leads into the cemetery. Qualifies for Master Gardener educational hours.


Fees: $15.00 Members and $20.00 Non-Members. Link to Registration:

http://detroitgardencenter.org/regform.html

May 19, 2015
Tuesday
6:30pm
MGWWC Board Meeting
RESA Building at Venoy.  All members welcome
May 20, 2015
Wednesday
7:00pm
SEMBA Meeting - Insect and Flower Pollination Relationship
Nankin Mills
33175 Ann Arbor Trail, Westland

Speaker:
Roger Sutherland of the Southeastern Michigan Beekeepers Association.
May 20, 2015
Wednesday
7:00pm
Plymouth Nursery- Container Workshop
9900 Ann Arbor Road W, Plymouth


Learn how to create a beautiful container with all the elements of a perfect planter! Bring in your own container, or choose one of ours at 30% OFF! You pick and purchase the plants. We provide the instruction, free potting soil, and clean-up the mess. Class Fee-FREE Instruction, you purchase the materials. PLEASE CALL to reserve your spot, space is limited!
May 21, 2015
Thursday
6:30pm
Behind-the-Scenes at Hidden Lake Gardens: Bonsai Design
Tipton. At Hidden Lake Gardens

$5. Bring your questions & learn a few tips from HLG's Managing Director, Paul Pfeifer. Register: www.hiddenlakegardens.msu.edu

May 23, 2015
Saturday
10:30am - noon
Wildflower Walk
Tipton. At Hidden Lake Gardens

$5. Rain or shine. Hike lead by HLG staff. Register: www.hiddenlakegardens.msu.edu
May 23, 2015
Saturday
11:00am
Basics of Vegetable Gardening
Ray Hunter Florist & Garden
16153 Eureka, Southgate MI 48192

FREE Learn all you need to know to grow your own vegetables & herbs.www.rayhunter.com 734-284-2500

May 28, 2015
Thursday
7:00pm
Plymouth Nursery- Container Workshop
9900 Ann Arbor Road W, Plymouth

Learn how to create a beautiful container with all the elements of a perfect planter! Bring in your own container, or choose one of ours at 30% OFF! You pick and purchase the plants. We provide the instruction, free potting soil, and clean-up the mess. Class Fee-FREE Instruction, you purchase the materials. PLEASE CALL to reserve your spot, space is limited!
May 30, 2015
Saturday
10:00am - noon
Annual Spring/Summer Garden Tours
by Cheryl English
Black Cat Pottery
3903 Grayton St., Detroit, MI 48224-4003

Designed as an experiential and educational space, Cheryl’s garden includes over 30 Clematis, representing over 10 species as well as large-flowering hybrids, and over 200 species of native plants, ranging from Spring ephemerals to large trees. Take advantage of this opportunity to become acquainted with some of the lesser-known small-flowering species Clematis varieties and the beauties of our native flora. We also feature local garden art, live music and refreshments, as well as at least one hands-on workshop. (There is a charge for the workshops. The rest of the event is free and open to the public.) Contact Cheryl at  cenglish@blackcatpottery.com

Register for the workshops at www.blackcatpottery.com or e-mail Cheryl for other registration options.

Call or e-mail Cheryl English for additional information or to book a private garden tour and presentation or other activities – including pottery workshops - for your group!

May 30, 2015
Saturday
11:00am
Which Hydrangea is Which?
Ray Hunter Florist & Garden
16153 Eureka, Southgate MI 48192

FREE Learn about the care & culture of beautiful hydrangeas.www.rayhunter.com 734-284-2500
May 30, 2015
Saturday
10:30am
Family Class Series: Fairie Gardens
Tipton. At Hidden Lake Gardens.

$30/family. Use natural materials & fairy-sized plants to create inviting spaces for inside or outside
Register: www.hiddenlakegardens.msu.edu
May 30, 2015
Saturday
10:00am
Peonies Galore Sale
At Nichols Arboretum.
1610 Washington Heights, Ann Arbor, MI

Locally grown heirloom peonies for sale set amid the largest collection of heirloom peonies in North America. 734-647-7600.

May 30, 2015
Saturday
8:30am - 4:00pm
The Master's Garden: Gardening in Harmony With Nature
1390 Quarton Rd, Bloomfield Hills

At Manresa Jesuit Retreat House. Learn eco-friendly tips & tricks & earn MG credits. Marketplace, speakers & more. www.manresa-sj.org
May 30, 2015
Saturday
5:00pm - 8:30pm
Mayfly: Leslie Science Center Fundraiser
At Leslie Science & Nature Ctr.

$150/person, $250/couple. Enjoy upscale drinks & dinner set to live music. Up-close bird & critter interactions. 734-997-1553

May 31, 2015
Sunday
1:00pm - 2:30pm
Wildflower Walk
Tipton. At Hidden Lake Gardens

$5. Rain or shine. Hike lead by HLG staff. Register: www.hiddenlakegardens.msu.edu
Jun 1, 2015
Monday
7:00pm
Welcoming the Summer Get-Together, Auction & Plant Exchange
Bloomfield Hills

By Hardy Plant Society at Congregational Church of Birmingham. Get to know your fellow gardeners, share secrets & bid/exchange great plants. 248-693-0334

Jun 4, 2015
Thursday
Brenda's Butterfly Habitat Opening
6414 N Merriman Rd, Westland

At Barson's. Come see these winged beauties in all stages of their metamorphosis. www.butterfliesinthegarden.com
Jun 4, 2015
Thursday
6:30pm
MGWWC General Membership Meeting
Annual Potluck Barbeque at Venoy
Details to follow....
Jun 6, 2015
Saturday
Design Matters: A Cultural Landscape Symposium
Henry Ford Estate Fair Lane
4901 Evergreen Road, Dearborn


Join us for a day exploring the importance of design in historic landscapes and the significance of three national treasures: Clara and Henry Ford's Fair Lane, Thomas Jefferson's Monticello and Eleanor and Edsel Ford's estate in Grosse Pointe Shores Preservation, resporation and rehabilitation through the lens of designer intent and owner influence, as well as the role of compromise in ensuring authenticity of place and interpretation, will be the topics of presentations by these noted historic landscape and garden professionals:

Judith B. Tankard, Landscape Historian and Author "The Gardens of Ellen Biddle Shipman"

Peter J. Hatch, Professional Gardener and Historian, "A Rich Spot of Earth: Thomas Jefferson's Revolutionary Garden at Monticello"

Robert E. Grese, University of Michigan Professor and Director of Matthai Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum

Attendees will also have the opportunity to view From Libraries to Holly Berries: Celebrating 100 Years of the Garden Club of Dearborn, and exhibit commemorating the Garden Club's rich heritage and teh vital active community resource it has been since Clara Ford served as the first president in 1915.

Ticket price includes boxed lunch.

$40 - members | $45 non-members

At Henry Ford Estate. Explore the historic landscapes of Henry Ford Estate, Monticello, & the Edsel & Eleanor Ford House. www.fordhouse.org, 313-884-4222
Jun 6, 2015
Saturday
11:00am
Flowering Tabletop Garden for Your Patio Workshop
Ray Hunter Florist & Garden
16153 Eureka, Southgate MI 48192

$40. Make a charming dish garden for outdoors www.rayhunter.com 734-284-2500
Jun 6, 2015
Saturday
9:00am - 2:00pm
Tollgate Plant Sale
Novi, MI

Perennials for sun & shade, Tollgate volunteers answer gardening questions, rain or shine. Tollgate.msu.edu/programs, 248-347-3860, ext. 251
Jun 13, 2015
Saturday
10:00am - noon
Fairy Garden Workshop
Taylor Conservatory & Botanical Gardens,
22314 Northline, Taylor

Bring some magic to your life, with a make and take fairy garden, taught by Glenda Albright. $25 At the   Refreshments and door prizes.  Class size limited to 20.

All the classes can be registered for online at www.taylorconservatory.org, or by contacting 888-383-4108
Jun 13, 2015
Saturday
11:00am
Rose Care Class
Ray Hunter Florist & Garden
16153 Eureka, Southgate MI 48192

FREE. All you need to know about caring for your roses!www.rayhunter.com 734-284-2500
Jun 13, 2015
Saturday
10:00am - noon
Vermiculture Workshop
By Project Grow at Leslie Science & Nature Ctr.

$30. Create a worm composting bin to benefit your garden. www.eventbrite.com/e/vermiculture-tickets-16386914703

Jun 13, 2015
Saturday
10:30am
Nature Hike
Tipton. At Hidden Lake Gardens

$5. Enjoy a family-friendly hike on Hidden Lake Garden’s many rolling & wooded trails. Register: www.hiddenlakegardens.msu.edu

Jun 13 14, 2015
Saturday - Sunday
10:00am - 4:00pm
25th Annual Ann Arbor Garden Walk

By Ann Arbor Farm & Garden. $25 through 6/1. 7 different gardens each day, Plants & Art Marketplace. www.AnnArborFarmAndGarden.org
Jun 17, 2015
Wednesday
7:00pm
SEMBA Meeting - Native Plants
Nankin Mills
33175 Ann Arbor Trail, Westland

Trish Hacker-Henning, owner of American Roots, will be speaking on native plants and will also be bringing native butterfly plants available for purchase at the meeting.


Jun 18, 2015
Thursday
7:00pm
Behind-the-Scenes at Hidden Lake Gardens
Tipton. At Hidden Lake Gardens

$5. Bring your questions & learn a few tips from HLG's Managing Director, Paul Pfeifer. Register: www.hiddenlakegardens.msu.edu
Jun 20, 2015
Saturday
11:00am
Growing It Greener With Organics
Ray Hunter Florist & Garden
16153 Eureka, Southgate MI 48192

FREE. Learn how to garden organically in your flower & vegetable gardens, lawn & landscapewww.rayhunter.com 734-284-2500

Jun 20, 2015
Saturday
1:00pm
Plymouth Nursery - Heavenly Hostas
9900 Ann Arbor Road W, Plymouth

Learn how easy it is to grow these amazing plants. Come see what's new in the world of Hostas and how to add them into your landscape. FREE
Jun 20, 2015
Saturday
10:00am - 4:00pm
Trenton Garden Walk

Trenton. At 6 Trenton area gardens. $8. Garden marketplace. Advance tickets & locations: 734-281-6504
Jun 21, 2015
Sunday
1:00pm - 3:00pm
Protect our Pollinator Day  
Taylor Conservatory & Botanical Gardens,
22314 Northline, Taylor


Did you know most bees don’t sting? Or that 75% of all flowering plants rely bees, bugs and animals to pollinate them? Join us for a Sunday Funday of learning about our pollinator friends, in honor of National Pollinator Week, June 15-21.  Free.
Jun 21, 2015
Sunday
1:00pm - 3:00pm
Landscape Design
At Detroit Farm & Garden.

FREE. Learn useful planting tips to help you create a beautiful & sustainable plan. 313-655-2344

Jun 26 - 27, 2015
Friday - Satrday
10:00am - 4:00pm
24th Annual Grosse Pointe Garden Tour

By Grosse Pointe Garden Center, Inc at 7 private gardens. $15. Tickets available at Grosse Pointe War Memorial. 313-881-7511 ext. 206.
Jun 27, 2015
Saturday
9:00am - 4:00pm
2015 Wayne Garden Walk

By Wayne GC at 5 private gardens & Brenda's Butterfly House. $10 at 1st Congregational Church. Advance tickets: Wayne Library & Barson's. 734-728-1232.
Jun 27, 2015
Saturday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Crocker House Garden Walk & All About GMO's Garden Breakfast
At Crocker House
Mt. Clemens

$15. Breakfast talk with Stephen Hulbert $10 with advance reservation. www.CrockerHouseMuseum.com
. Register: 586-465-2488
Jun 27, 2015
Saturday
11:00am
Color Your Garden With Perennials
Ray Hunter Florist & Garden
16153 Eureka, Southgate MI 48192

FREE. www.rayhunter.com 734-284-2500

Jun 27 - 28, 2015
Saturday & Sunday
11:00am - 3:00pm
Plymouth Nursery - Fairy Days
9900 Ann Arbor Road W, Plymouth

Join us for our 4th annual event dedicated to the magical world of miniatures and fairies. Enjoy fairy refreshments, crafts, and more. Don't forget to wear your wings and stop by our fairy face painting station. Make your own Fairy wings, $5.00 optional Sign up to reserve your place.Fairy house designer Adam New will sign the roof of your fairy house on Sunday, June 28.
Jul 8, 2015
Wednesday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Whimsical Wonderful Garden Walk
215 Griswold St., Northville

By Country Garden Club of Northville at 6 private gardens. $10. Proceeds support local, state & national non-profit organizations. www.cgcnv.org.
Jul 11, 2015
Saturday
10:00am - noon
Eat Your Weeds!

By Project Grow at Leslie Science & Nature Ctr. $5. Learn about tasty edible weeds. www.eventbrite.com/e/eat-your-weeds-tickets-16386623833.
Jul 11, 2015
Saturday
1:00pm
Plymouth Nursery - Hydrangeas 101
9900 Ann Arbor Road W, Plymouth

Back by popular demand, learn the basics of growing hydrangeas. Find out how to plant and care for them and discover why your may not be blooming! We've added a session this year, the information will be the same at both classes. Call to reserve your place. Space is limited.
Jul 12, 2015
Sunday
11:00am - 4:00pm
East Side, West Side Gardeners

By Belleville Area District Library at 5 private gardens. $12. Garden marketplace. 734-699-3291, www.belleville.lib.mi.us
Jul 15, 2015
Wednesday
7:00pm
SEMBA Meeting - Outdoor Photography
at Brenda’s Butterfly Habitat
6414 Merriman Rd, Westland

Brendon Weil, SEMBA Vice President, will build upon last year’s presentation about butterfly and nature photography. This will be a workshop forum. This will take place at Brenda’s Butterfly Habitat - bring your camera!


Jul 18, 2015
Saturday
10:00am - 3:00pm
Art in the Gardens Open House
28115 Meadowbrook Rd, Novi

At Tollgate Farm. FREE. Over a dozen gardens on display, tours, presentations, artists & more. Tollgate.msu.edu/programs, 248-347-3860
Jul 18, 2015
Saturday
1:00pm
Plymouth Nursery - Hydrangeas 101
9900 Ann Arbor Road W, Plymouth

Back by popular demand, learn the basics of growing hydrangeas. Find out how to plant and care for them and discover why your may not be blooming! We've added a session this year, the information will be the same at both classes. Call to reserve your place. Space is limited.
Jul 19, 2015
Sunday
1:00pm - 3:00pm
Medicinal Herbs
At Detroit Farm & Garden.

FREE. This is an introductory class that will touch on many different aspects of herbalism. 313-655-2344.

Aug 15, 2015
Saturday
10:00am - noon
Annual Spring/Summer Garden Tours
by Cheryl English
Black Cat Pottery
3903 Grayton St., Detroit, MI 48224-4003

Designed as an experiential and educational space, Cheryl’s garden includes over 30 Clematis, representing over 10 species as well as large-flowering hybrids, and over 200 species of native plants, ranging from Spring ephemerals to large trees. Take advantage of this opportunity to become acquainted with some of the lesser-known small-flowering species Clematis varieties and the beauties of our native flora. We also feature local garden art, live music and refreshments, as well as at least one hands-on workshop. (There is a charge for the workshops. The rest of the event is free and open to the public.) Contact Cheryl at  cenglish@blackcatpottery.com

Register for the workshops at www.blackcatpottery.com or e-mail Cheryl for other registration options.

Call or e-mail Cheryl English for additional information or to book a private garden tour and presentation or other activities – including pottery workshops - for your group!


Aug 18, 2015
Tuesday
6:30pm
MGWWC Board Meeting
RESA Building at Venoy.  All members welcome
Aug 23, 2015
Sunday
noon - 4:00pm
Butterfly and Friends Day
Taylor Conservatory & Botanical Gardens,
22314 Northline, Taylor

Feed live butterflies and learn about the plight of our pollinator friends at this family-friendly event. Demonstrations, crafts, exhibits, and face-painting by Flutter-by Faces, $3.
Aug 31, 2015 - Dec 7, 2015
Monday
6:00pm - 10:00pm
Master Gardener Program - Belleville
Wayne County Community College - Belleville
9555 Haggerty Rd., Room 201, Belleville, Michigan, 48111


Contact: Shawn Turner at 734-729-3632 or sturner@anr.msu.edu

The MSUE Master Gardener Program is a volunteer leader training program for people who are enthusiastic to learn science based environmentally friendly gardening practices and share this knowledge with others to help improve Michigan communities.

This class will be held on Mondays from 6 to 10 p.m. at Wayne County Community College - Belleville, 9555 Haggerty Rd., Room 201, Belleville, Michigan, 48111 running from Aug. 31 to Dec. 7, 2015. The cost of the 14-week program is $300, which includes the 1,000-page training manual.  There are no other out-of-pocket costs. The registration deadline for this training class is July 31, 2015 for payment by check and Aug. 14, 2015 for payment by credit card.
Sep 10, 2015
6:30pm
Potluck Barbeque at Mum's the Word
23665 Otter Road, New Boston

Join MGWWC for our annual potluck and mum sale at Mum's the Word mum farm. Choose from a large selection of lovely mums directly from the fields of Walt & Carol's farm. More details to follow...
Sep 15, 2015
6:30pm
MGWWC Board Meeting
RESA Building at Venoy.  All members welcome
Oct 1, 2015
Thursday
Refreshments
6:30pm |
Meeting 7:00pm
MGWWC General Membership Meeting
Speaker: Virginia Froehlich
Topic: Game-Changers

Many well-known plants, such as tobacco and cotton, have made lasting contributions to our society. “Game-Changers” explores the ‘back-stories’ of some plants we seldom consider that have medicine, industry and economics.
Oct 20, 2015
Tuesday
6:30pm
MGWWC Board Meeting
RESA Building at Venoy.  All members welcome
Nov 5, 2015
Thursday
Refreshments
6:30pm |
Meeting 7:00pm
MGWWC General Membership Meeting
Speaker: David Susko
Topic:  An Urban Apiary at the University of Michigan-Dearborn

Details to follow....
Nov 17, 2015
Tuesday
6:30pm
MGWWC Board Meeting
RESA Building at Venoy.  All members welcome
Dec 3, 2015
Thursday
6:30pm
MGWWC Holiday Pot Luck

Details to follow...
Dec 12, 2015
Saturday
10:00am - 4:00pm
Holiday Open House
by Cheryl English
Black Cat Pottery
3903 Grayton St., Detroit, MI 48224-4003

Join Black Cat Pottery, other Michigan artists and a local author for a day of holiday cheer. Meet the artists and take care of your last-minute gift needs with handmade art for the home and garden!  cenglish@blackcatpottery.com
Jan 7, 2016
Thursday
Refreshments
6:30pm |
Meeting 7:00pm
MGWWC General Membership Meeting
Speaker: Cheryl English
Topic: Easy to Be Green!

We’re undergoing an entirely new Green Revolution and gardeners are in the vanguard.  Learn easy and economical ways to keep your garden – and the rest of the world – green and healthy while lightening the load on your wallet.
Wildflowers in MI Garden.  Often considered too wild and crazy for the average gardener, wildflowers can thrive and provide years of beauty even in a small urban garden.  Don’t limit yourself to the development of “well-behaved” “garden-worthy” cultivars.  Learn how the species themselves can be a successful part of your garden while providing an attractive environment for our local fauna as well.
Jan 2016
TBD
MGWWC Board Meeting
RESA Building at Venoy.  All members welcome
Feb 4, 2016
Thursday
Refreshments
6:30pm |
Meeting 7:00pm
MGWWC General Membership Meeting
Speaker: Kristine Hahn
Topic: Starting and Running a Successful Community Garden
More details to follow....
Feb 2016
TBD
MGWWC Board Meeting
RESA Building at Venoy.  All members welcome
Mar 3, 2016
Thursday
Refreshments
6:30pm |
Meeting 7:00pm
MGWWC General Membership Meeting
Speaker: Chris Lapinsky
Topic: Raising Native Mason Bees for Pollination

Honey bees are not our only pollinators. Learn all about one of our natives - the mighty mason bees and how to raise them.  More details to follow...
Mar 2016
TBD
MGWWC Board Meeting
RESA Building at Venoy.  All members welcome
Apr 7, 2016
Thursday
Refreshments
6:30pm |
Meeting 7:00pm
MGWWC General Membership Meeting
Speaker: TBD
Topic: TBD
Apr 2016
TBD
MGWWC Board Meeting
RESA Building at Venoy.  All members welcome
May 5, 2016
Thursday
Refreshments
6:30pm |
Meeting 7:00pm
MGWWC General Membership Meeting/ Greenhouse Plant Sale
Speaker: Sandy Wilkins
Topic: The Heartbeat of the Garden

What makes one garden unique and different from another?  If gardener’s use the same basic principles of landscape design, why don’t they look the same?  The answer lies in the heartbeat.  We will look at several different gardens in this PowerPoint lecture and discover what the heartbeat of the garden really is.
May 7 2016
TBD
MGWWC Board Meeting
RESA Building at Venoy.  All members welcome
Jun 2, 2016
Thursday
Refreshments
6:30pm |
Meeting 7:00pm
MGWWC General Membership Meeting
Annual Potluck Barbeque at Venoy
Details to follow....