Saturday, June 1

11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

All ages


Discover the beauty of Michigan’s native flora at Ford House’s Native Plant Sale!

Join us for an exclusive opportunity to bring the vibrant colors and ecological benefits of native plants to your own garden. Our carefully curated selection, available in quart pots and single-species flats, showcases a variety of indigenous species handpicked for their resilience and contribution to local biodiversity. At our event, gardening enthusiasts and nature lovers alike can explore various options, each plant cultivated to thrive in Michigan’s unique climate.
Whether you’re looking to attract pollinators, conserve water, or create a sustainable landscape, our knowledgeable staff will guide you in selecting the perfect native plants for your specific needs. Don’t miss this opportunity to support local biodiversity and transform your garden into a flourishing haven for native wildlife.
If you missd the Native Plant pre-sale, don’t worry! Additional items will be sold onsite on June 1 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Looking for the Native Plant Pre-Sale?

The pre-sale closed on May 15. However, additional items will be sold onsite on June 1 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Ticketing & Admissions Policies

Please read our ticketing & admission policies thoroughly.

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Friends of Ford House

An annual Friends of Ford House membership is a great way to enjoy all that Ford House has to offer! Enjoy discounted tickets, discounts on dining and shopping, pre-sale access, exclusive events, and more.

Special Thanks

Ford House is grateful for the generous support of Ford Philanthropy and helping us fulfill our educational mission and making Ford House more accessible to our community.

About Ford House

Ford House is a 501c3 nonprofit and National Historic Landmark. Experience the historic family home of Edsel Ford, the only son of Henry Ford, and his wife, Eleanor. Now a National Historic Landmark, visitors from all over the world come to wander, wonder, and explore the beauty of this 1928 National Historic Landmark and uncover a unique piece of the American automotive story in metro Detroit. Learn more below.