The Helen V. Smith Woodland Wildflower Garden features more than 100 species of wildflowers, woody plants, and ferns of the Southern Great Lakes Region. Plantings include native species as well as European and Asian exotics with Appalachian species that are hardy and have naturalized in the southern Michigan woods.
|Property:||Matthaei Botanical Gardens|
|Zone:||Helen V Smith Woodland Wildflower Garden|
|Sub Zone:||Helen V Smith Woodland Wildflower Garden|
|Details:||The Helen V. Smith Woodland Wildflower Garden is in the settlement-era oak grove along the Sam Graham Trees Trail.|