Welcome to the online home of Westcroft Gardens. We are the oldest family owned and operated farm in the state. Established on July 6, 1776, Westcroft is currently owned by the 7th generation of Macomb descendants and operated by the 8th generation.

Westcroft Gardens is a plant nursery, specializing in azaleas and rhododendrons. We grow our own shrubs, perennials, annuals and wildflowers, and also offer trees, herbs and vegetable plants. To help acid loving plants thrive in the mostly alkaline soils of the Midwest, Westcroft makes and sells its own acid soil conditioner: Greenleaf Compound. 

Westcroft has a beautiful four acre botanical garden open to the public year round that boasts the many varieties of azaleas and rhododendrons, including hybrids created here at Westcroft by former owner Ernest Stanton. The gardens are also available for wedding and event rentals.

Westcroft also provides an additional 13 acres of woods that are decorated for Halloween Hayrides. 

West River Road construction

Please visit our Directions page for detour information around the West River Road construction and bridge underpass closure.

Upcoming Events

IslandFest Sale
Friday, June 1st, through Sunday, June 3rd
The roots of the IslandFest come from the Azalea Festival which was held at Westcroft Gardens in the 1980s. In honor of that history, all Azaleas and Rhododendrons will be 10% off
Don't miss our float in the IslandFest Parade on Saturday, June 2nd!  We will have our antique Ford Tractor pulling an antique trailer graciously being loaned to us by Tom Miller!

As always, the gardens may be enjoyed by walkers from dawn to dusk every day of the year and may be rented for photography sessions or small events  by reservation only. Please visit our Wedding & Event Rental page for more information.

Our sincere thanks go out to everyone that came to our historic family farm to buy plants, walk the gardens, have an event here, or enjoy our Halloween Hayrides. 

Get more information on our upcoming events on our Facebook page!

Video produced by Marija Makeska for the Township of Grosse Ile