Garden events across metro Detroit
2nd annual Downriver Tomato Festival
10 a.m.-1 p.m. Sat. Free. Ray Hunter Garden Center, 16153 Eureka, Southgate. (734) 284-2500.
Tomato Fest 2015
Noon-5 p.m. Sat. $10 advance; $15 door. Michigan Heirlooms, 209 E. Wardlow, Highland Township. MichiganHeirlooms.com.
Deciduous Tree Collections of Historic Bennett Arboretum
Many rare trees from around the world were planted here, as well as maple, oak and beech collections. Hike the hilly terrain to see what trees remain today. 1-4 p.m. Sat. $2 Wayne County resident; $3 nonresident. Adults only. Meet at the Disc Golf parking lot, Hines Drive, north of Six Mile. Wayne County Parks Bennett Arboretum, Hines Drive north of Six Mile, Northville. Preregistration required. (734) 261-1850.
5th annual Live, Love, Local Celebration
Local food and the growing green movement. Noon-3 p.m. Sun. Adults, $30; children ages 1-10, $5. Shed #5, Detroit Eastern Market, 2934 Russell. (313) 237-8733 or greeningofdetroit.com.
Butterfly and Friends Day
Learn the plight of our pollinator friends at this family-friendly event. Includes demonstrations. Noon-4 p.m. Sun. $3. Taylor Conservatory & Botanical Garden, 22314 Northline. (888) 383-4108.
Smell and Tell: Fleurs Hypnotique et Fleurs Exotique
Floral perfumery. 6:30 p.m. Wed. Free. Ann Arbor District Library, 343 S. Fifth. (734) 327-4200 or aadl.org.
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