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This garden is a pure gem. Visiting with a7 and 5 year old, they loved it. The staff member in the Nature Center was wonderful with the kids and had them mesmerized by the turtle and bee hive. He really knew how to connect with...More
This place is wonderful. Off the beaten track but well worth a visit. Plus we were able to use our MInnesota Landscape Arboretum membership to get in, through the American Horticultural Society’s reciprocal admissions program. (Traveling gardeners: Join your local arboretum/botanical garden to take advantage...More
Fernwood was such a hidden surprise. This is a woodlands garden in it's very natural state unlike some created botanical gardens I have visited. There are many trails to walk along and they vary quite a bit. The creek by the water wheel was a...More
This is the perfect place for all ages. There are beautiful gardens, lovely trails and many activities for children. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Check out the website for multiple special events also.
Fernwood is a lovely place to walk a trail, enjoy the gardens, or look at local artists exhibiting in the gallery. People are usually surprised that we have such a gem here in our little community. It's beautiful in every season!
It's been a couple of years since I've been to Fernwood, so I ran it past one of my buddies for a stop on our little sports car fall tours. He was all for it.
It was cold the day we stopped for a hike....More
This is a small botanic garden in southwest Michigan. I appreciate the work they are trying to do, but the quality is not high. The garden areas are actually quite small, and most of them are unremarkable. The plants are unlabeled (except in the herb...More