Michigan 4-H Children’s Garden

April 6, 2015

The outdoor Michigan 4-H Children’s Garden opened in 1993 as one of the five major gardens of the Michigan State University Horticulture Demonstration Gardens. The half-acre garden features 30 special themed landscape and play areas, including a dinosaur garden, a pizza garden, a Peter Rabbit garden and the Alice in Wonderland Maze, which leads to a secret garden.

The garden’s mission is to promote an understanding of plants and the role they play in daily lives, nurture the wonder of a child’s imagination and curiosity, and provide a place for the enrichment and delight of its more than 150,000 annual visitors.

 
 

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