Collection: Hunter Park GardenHouse

NEW in 2021!

The Hunter Park GardenHouse is happy to be partnering with Giitigan on a spring fundraiser. Giitigan (pronounced ghee-ti-gun) is an Indigenous community garden that teaches and grows following traditional Anishinaabe knowledges and values. Giitigan restores and highlights important native plants, rare heritage crops, and land-based learning in public gardens just east of Hunter Park. With a shared mission of growing healthful, welcoming, and sustainable gardens and gardening education, we couldn't be more pleased to develop this partnership and support the good work of this growing organization.

This year we are featuring five Indigenous food plants grown by our friends and neighbors at Giitigan. All purchases of these plants (indicated by the Giitigan logo in the photo!) will financially support this important organization!

The Hunter Park GardenHouse 2021 spring plant sale is live! All plants are grown with love and care by Hunter Park GardenHouse staff and volunteers.  We use natural and ecologically friendly growing practices to produce healthy transplants sure to get your garden off on the right foot. 

We appreciate everyone's business. Proceeds from the plant sale support our programs and serve our community, because that is what we are all about.

Plants will be available for pick up the third week of May (May 17th). A few select, cold-hardy varieties will be available for an optional early pickup the first week of May (May 3rd).  If you place a plant order you will be contacted by GardenHouse staff around the end of April to schedule pick-up.  No-contact pick-up will be at the Hunter Park GardenHouse, 1400 block E. Kalamazoo Street Lansing, MI 48912 (parking lot at corner of Clifford & Marcus Streets). (Staff will be available on site to answer questions if needed)

If you have any questions contact the GardenHouse Director, Egypt Krohn, at 517-999-3910 or

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