Calendar

Calendar

Featured Events

September 6, 2014

Fall Rose Show

Discover a wonderful variety of roses that bloom in autumn—from lovely hybrid teas to adorable miniature roses—and find some that are fragrant.

North and South Waterfalls at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park
September 13 September 14, 2014

Japanese Garden Tram Tours

View glimpses of waterfalls, gazebos, islands, sculpture sites and plantings, and learn more about this innovative garden.

October 6, 2014

The Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright

Begin on the bus with an introduction to Frank Lloyd Wright by Larry Ten Harmsel, retired professor and historian.

Events

Events in April, 2014

October 30, 2012 October 31, 2014

Bernar Venet at Meijer Gardens

Mar
25
Apr
15
March 251:00 pmApril 15, 2014

Spring Gardening Mini-Series

Apr
1
4:00 pm 5:15 pm
Classes & Camps: Adult, Spring Gardening Mini-Series

Lawn Problems? Solved!

Discover the solution to the most frustrating lawn problems, from brown patches and weeds, to grubs and moles. Get practical advice on fertilization, irrigation and mowing that will help you achieve a great looking lawn while saving money.

Instructor

Kevin Hoezee

Cost

  • Members $12
  • Non-Members $17
Apr
1
5:30 pm 6:45 pm
Classes & Camps: Adult, Spring Gardening Mini-Series

Conifers for Connoisseurs

Explore the exciting variety of conifers available, including new cultivars that come in a variety of sizes, shapes and colors. Learn how these “needled evergreens” can be used—as unique specimen trees, backdrops, screens, in rock garden plantings, and as accents in mixed garden borders. Steve will share his “Top Ten” and provide planting tips.

Instructor

Steve Smith

Cost

  • Members $12
  • Non-Members $17
April 1, 20146:00 pm / Tropical Conservatory

Tuesday Night Lights

Bring your flashlight on Tuesday nights until 9 pm to see the nightlife in the Tropical Conservatory. 

Apr
1
7:00 pm 8:15 pm
Classes & Camps: Adult, Spring Gardening Mini-Series

Garden with Confidence: A Gardener’s Checklist

Take the uncertainly out of important garden tasks, such as when to divide perennials, apply mulch, fertilize perennials, and prune. Receive a monthly checklist that will be indispensible to beginning gardeners and filled with professional tips, tricks and timesaving secrets for those with “green thumbs.” Discover tools that will make gardening tasks easier and more efficient.

Instructor

Grace Scott

Cost

  • Members $12
  • Non-Members $17
Apr
2
6:00 pm 8:00 pm
Classes & Camps: Adult

Drawing Self-Portraits

Full Class

Work with ArtPrize winner, Chris LaPorte, to create a self-portrait in charcoal. Explore the effects of light and shadow, how the pattern of shapes creates volume and the correct proportions for self-portraits. Two-part class - March 26 AND April 2. 

Instructor

Chris LaPorte

Cost

  • Members $40
  • Non-Members $47
Apr
7
10:00 am 12:00 pm
Classes & Camps: Child, Spring Break

Clay Creations

Full Class

Create your own desert plant from clay and paint a clay pot using hot desert colors. Visit the desert to see amazing plants—some with sharp spines for protection, and others with silvery leaves to reflect sunlight. 

Ages

4-7

Cost

  • Members $20
  • Non-Members $27
Apr
7
10:00 am 12:00 pm
Classes & Camps: Child, Spring Break

Imaginary Creatures from Clay

Imagine your favorite fictional creature or wild animal—in clay! Learn to get the effects you want by mixing clay colors and using garlic presses and other unusual tools. Place your creature in a fantasy habitat you design. Class also available on April 8 from 10 am to noon.

Ages

8-10

Cost

  • Members $20
  • Non-Members $27