WE WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE HOLIDAYS:
DECEMBER 24, 25, 31;
AND JANUARY 1
Hidden Lake Gardens began as a simple testament to the education and enjoyment of the public. The Gardens are a natural paradise, a place to escape from everyday life and connect with the natural world. The bonsai courtyard, open late April through October, displays miniature trees as works of art. Dwarf and rare conifers in the Harper Collection show off their varied forms, colors, sizes, and textures. Hosta Hillside exhibits hundreds of hostas and other shade loving plants, while providing beautiful views of Hidden Lake. Exotic plants boldly thrive in the arid, tropical, and temperate conservatory settings. Annuals and perennials offer bright blooms in the sun and soothing foliage in shade. Trees and shrubs across acres and acres of rolling terrain demonstrate their natural and ornamental attributes. From the comfort of a car or on meandering footpaths, visitors are in for a visual treat ranging from the modest to the magnificent. Every season offers new highlights, views, and adventures. Come and experience this beautiful botanical garden and arboretum in the scenic Irish Hills of southeast Michigan.
6214 W. Monroe Road (Hwy M-50) Tipton, Michigan 49287
An indoor active, multi-level vinyasa class focusing on breath, alignment, and personal awareness. Modified to suit beginners as well as experienced practitioners. Offered every Thursday morning in January.
Robert Ayotte, naturalist, will discuss identification, biology, and ecology of conifers of the Great Lakes. A conifer tour at HLG follows the presentation. Program is included with admission to HLG ($3 per person, free for HLG members).
Hands-on seminar of propagating conifers via cuttings and grafting. Participants will complete six grafts and 16 cuttings of various conifers from the HLG plant collections. Pre-registration is required - space is limited.
Experience the color, fragrance, and beauty of spring flower bulbs during the last weeks of Winter! Amaryllis, daffodil, tulip, pansies, orchids, and hyacinths will fill the conservatory.