Are you thinking spring? Even though the weather hasn’t been cooperating, you can still start planning your dream gardening project. Visit one of Oakland County’s 22 greenhouses and nurseries now to get help from the experts and choose from thousands of different plants, flowers, and trees that will inspire your garden oasis. Attend a workshop or chat with a Master Gardener for help with ideas, colors, annuals, perennials, organic gardening, pests, and more.
With so many area greenhouses and nurseries to nurture your green thumb this season, you’ll find our interactive map, complete with over 20 countywide locations, fun and easy to use. Simply find your location and click on the nearest green floral icon to reveal the name and address of the nursery located there. Do you prefer to view a list? Check out our Oakland County Nurseries and Greenhouses page.
In addition to a plentiful range of nursery information, our gardening map can help you select the most suitable plants for your microclimate. Before you head to the nursery, click on your location on the map to reveal the USDA hardiness zone.
We can’t wait until the weather breaks so we can get started. Happy planning and hopefully, planting soon!
Make the most of the spring season in Oakland County by visiting our website for more news and events. Follow along with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Pinterest using #OaklandCounty.
Let Oakland County’s NO HAZ Collection team help you safely dispose of household hazardous materials ranging from pesticides, paints, air fresheners, propane cylinders, cleaning solutions, prescription medicines, and more.
You’d be surprised just how many everyday items are considered hazardous waste. Many of the objects that help us in our daily lives become dangerous when disposed of alongside regular rubbish. Do you have an item you’re unsure about? View lists of accepted and non-accepted materials in the FAQ section of Advantage Oakland’s NO HAZ web page, or call the NO HAZ Hotline at 248-858-5656.
Residents celebrating Christmas can turn their annual tree trip into a family adventure inside the idyllic rural landscape of northern Oakland County. As the year comes to a close and Fall makes its final, blustery turn to Winter, there may be no better place to experience the seasonal change than among the fresh pines of a Christmas Tree Farm.
Oakland County’s award-winning GIS team has developed an interactive map to help residents find the perfect tree farm for a seasonal outing.
The warmth of your generosity could help those less-fortunate this winter. The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is accepting donations of new or clean, used coats through November 30th as part of their 30th annual “Coats for the Cold” coat drive.
Donated coats will be sent to a variety of local charitable organizations, who in turn distribute the coats to community members most in need.
We know you’ve been waiting and the time is now! Cider Mill season has arrived. Whether the late summer air turns cool and crisp or the days ahead are hot and sunny, any day is a great day for a visit to an area Cider Mill with family and friends.
Watch our video below of a few local cider mills, to get a mouthwatering glimpse of how cider and donuts are made!
Use our map or visit our full list of locations to find locally grown apples, apple cider, donuts, cider slushies, and other goodies at a cider mill in Oakland County. With a variety of family activities, including apple picking, pumpkin picking, corn mazes, pony rides, petting zoos, and hayrides, you’re sure to find fun for everyone.