The Meadow Brook Garden Club is dedicated to preserving, maintaining and enhancing the gardens at Meadow Brook Hall as a place of enjoyment and learning. Members enjoy many aspects of gardening through programs and on-site training, in an extraordinary setting.
The Meadow Brook Garden Club has over 150 members ranging from beginners to master gardeners. The Club hosts a variety of member events and public programs. Gardening begins in April and continues through October.
Meadow Brook Garden Club Monthly Programs
The Meadow Brook Garden Club also offers special programs that feature a guest speaker. These take place monthly at Meadow Brook Hall. Coffee and refreshments are served at 9:15 a.m., and the program starts at 10:00 a.m. These events are open to the public and there is a $5 non-member donation. Reservations are not required.
Many monthly meetings will be available virtually through Zoom. Current garden club members will receive an email with a link each month. Non-members wishing to attend please send a request to to request a link.
2023 Meadow Brook Garden Club Programs
January 27, 2023
Using Proven Winners in Garden Design
February 24, 2023
Dr. Kevin Korus
March 24, 2023
Allen T. Chartier
April 28, 2023
Luke Grange, Senior Education Specialist – Belle Isle Nature Center
Natural Oddities & Belle Isle
Explore the often overlooked and slightly odd bits of nature one might find on a hike around Bell Isle with Luke Grange, a Senior Education Specialist at the Belle Isle Nature Center with the Detroit Zoological Society.
MaY 19, 2023
Pingree Farm, Neighborhood Revitalization & Youth Education through Education
september 22, 2023
The Fascinating Water Table
Understand the importance of one’s role in protecting our water resources and possible solutions to combat pollution and overdraw concerns. Hosted by Mary Gerstenberger a Master Gardener, Master Composter, and writer for Michigan Gardener Magazine since 2012.
october 27, 2023
Expert Panel Q & A
Ask the Experts