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Events / Plant Sales

Windy Rock Nursery is “on-the-road” at the following events. Want something specific from our catalog? Call or e-mail us with your 'pre-order' and we'll make sure to bring it along.

Is your club or group looking for a plant related field trip location? We have hosted groups of all sizes, even monthly club meetings right in the nursery. Call or E-mail us to discuss plans for your next garden related event!

Mar 9, 9:00am - 4:00pm

Mar 16, 7:30am-3:30pm

Apr 6, 9:30am-3:00pm

May 5, 10:30am

Jun 1, 8:00-1:00

Oct 5, Time TBD

MSU Extension 2024 Smart Gardening Conference, Belleville, MI (more info)

Southeastern Mich Beekeepers Assoc. (SEMBA) Conference, Belleville, MI (more info here)

Jackson County Master Gardener's Association, Spring Conference, Jackson MI (more info here)

Loch Alpine Garden Club field trip to Windy Rock Farm & Nursery

Washtenaw Co. Conservation District Native Plant Expo & Marketplace (more info here)

Keep Growing Detroit Fall Native Plant Sale, Detroit MI (more info pending)

Speaking Engagements

Do you desire a presentation on pollinators and plants for your next club event or meeting? Vince has been an invited speaker on pollinators, pollinator plants, and honeybees at various local and state-wide garden related and beekeeping conferences. Please join him at one of the events listed below or E-Mail him to request more information about speaking topics, speaker fee, etc. We would enjoy providing education for your event as well.

Apr 6 9:00am-3:00pm

Jul 27 2:00pm-3:00pm

Oct 21 TBD

Jackson Co. Master Gardener's Assoc., Spring Conf., Jackson MI PUBLIC WELCOME (info here)

River Raisin Beekeepers' Club educational day at the Adrian District Library

Saline Stone & Thistle Garden Club monthly meeting, location TBD

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