2023 Franklin Garden Walk

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2023 Franklin Garden Walk

2023 Franklin Garden Walk The Franklin Garden Walk, in beautiful Franklin, MI, and surrounding cities, draws hundreds of people every year.

By Franklin Garden Club

When and where


Village Green 32325 Franklin Rd Franklin Village, MI 48025

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2023 Franklin Garden Walk

The annual Franklin Garden Walk, in beautiful Franklin, Michigan, and surrounding cities, draws hundreds of people every year. Proceeds support horticultural, educational and environmental causes on the local, state and national levels.

Attendees will have the opportunity to tour several gardens and talk to the owners/gardeners about their inspiration. 

Walk Hours: 10am to 4pm & 6pm to 9pm Tour Tickets: $12 in advance; $15 day of tour at the Village Green gazebo

Artisan Market on the Village Green 9am - 5pm

Email questions to franklingardenwalk@gmail.com.

Alternate Methods for Purchasing Tickets:

By Mail:

Make check out to: WNF & GA – Franklin Branch

Include self addressed stamped envelope & mail check to: P.O. Box 250194, Franklin, MI 48025-0194

About the organizer

Franklin Garden Club (founded in 1953) is a branch of the Woman's National Farm and Garden Association, Inc. (WNFGA).  This national organization was founded in 1914, and is organized into four main Divisions, with Michigan being the largest.

The WNF&GA is a national organization that also participates in an international United Nations effort to assist peoples throughout the world that are in desperate need of basic food and shelter.  The WNF&GA actively participates in the Associated Country Women of the World (ACWW) program “Women Feed the World”.  This effort builds on the work women in 64 countries do in raising food for their families and hence strengthening the bonds of community and mutual support.  Teaching gardening and agricultural skills, as well as methods for local food sustainability promotes independence.  Learn more at http://www.wnfga.org/.