Time & Location
Jun 02, 2018, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Black Cat Pottery, 3903 Grayton St, Detroit, MI 48224, USA
About The Event
Cheryl's life-long love of Clematis and more recent obsession with native plants are both immediately apparent as you arrive at her garden. Designed as a teaching and learning space, it includes numerous Clematis, representing over 10 species as well as large-flowering hybrids, and over 200 species of native plants, ranging from Spring ephemerals to large trees. Become acquainted with some of the lesser-known small-flowering species Clematis varieties and the beauties of our native flora. Cheryl's garden was featured in the July 2009 issue of Michigan Gardener, a publication for which she also writes about Clematis and native plants. The tour - which is free and open to the public – also features locally-made garden art. We will be featuring prints and notecards by Notable Greetings, wired glass vases from Puddingstone and Black Cat Pottery’s garden-inspired art, as well as a limited selection of seasonally-appropriate native plants.