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Welcome to the Garden Mill

Located in historic downtown Chelsea, Michigan, The Garden Mill is a destination for all seasons. We feature unique and hand-crafted artifacts to adorn your garden and home. Browse through our store and you will find eclectic wind chimes, bubbling fountains, classic garden sculptures, and a colorful assortment of plant containers. We carry a large collection of wrought iron and rustic garden features that will add character and grace to your gardens … Read More

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For The Birds

The Garden Mill features a variety of functional and fun bird feeders in many styles from ceramic to wood ...

In the Garden

Our high quality tools and accessories make gardening tasks easier and our unique selection of garden  ...

Indoor & Outdoor Decor

Many of the products at the Garden Mill can be used both indoors and out. We feature hand-crafted works of art ...

Planters and Pottery

The Garden Mill has everything you need to cultivate your plants, flowers, vegetables, and vines ...

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Lets Get Gardening: December 2018

December 12, 2018

First – my apologies for the lack of a November newsletter. Late October and early November came and went in a whirlwind of activity, and there just weren’t enough hours …

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Lets Get Gardening: October 2018

October 11, 2018

The Old Farmers Almanac is saying that we can expect to have snow the week of Halloween! Sorry about that. I had just read that little tidbit, and couldn’t contain …

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Let’s Get Gardening: September 2018

September 5, 2018

So, it apparently wasn’t my imagination – we really did have a dry summer. At least, that’s what the National Drought Mitigation Center’s United States Drought Monitor report for Michigan says, and …

Read moreLet’s Get Gardening: September 2018