Welcome to Our New Website!
Login capabilities are now available.
The MSHS online portal is now fully functional! Create an online account today to:
- Join or renew your membership or subscription
- Manage your contact information
- Make a donation and view your giving history
- Register for an MSHS class or event
- Become a volunteer
It's easy to get started. Already in our database and receiving MSHS emails? Go to the login page and then click on "Forgot Password?" and enter your email to receive an email about setting up your online account. Hint: If you receive the enewsletter, enter that email address.
New to the hort? Click the "Create an account" link on the login page.
Become a Better Gardener - Join MSHS
Membership in MSHS will not only help you become a better gardener, but it will save you money too. The membership discount card will help you save on all your gardening and outdoor living purchases at participating garden centers. You'll also receive our award-winning Northern Gardener magazine, free garden show tickets, 2 free educational webinars per year, and additional discounts.
What's Happening Now
New Executive Director Search
After many years of outstanding service, Rose Eggert has decided to retire. MSHS is currently conducting a search for its next Executive Director.
We seek to help the community and our members - novice and experienced - learn how to grow plants in our challenging northern climate, become better gardeners and positively impact the environment.
We connect people and plants. Through our ongoing educational and community outreach programs, we provide knowledge and plants to help gardeners grow their own food and beautify their neighborhoods.
We inspire people to become better gardeners and community members by sharing the stories of other gardeners, providing simple solutions for starting a garden and promoting the benefits plants have on people.
Northern Gardener Magazine
Minnesota Green coordinates donations of plants, seeds and gardening tools from growers, garden centers, seed companies, individuals and groups and redistributes them to community and public space gardens. Grown and organized by community members, these gardens beautify neighborhoods, provide space to grow healthy food and serve as places members of the community gather, socialize and learn.
Our raised bed vegetable gardening program donates raised bed boxes, soil, compost, vegetable plants, seeds, webinars and other educational resources to organizations serving low-income or at-risk children and families. The Garden-in-a-Box program connects people to the food they eat by showing them how its grown, and encourages healthy eating habits through garden commitment and simple, tasty food preparation options.
Get Involved Today!
Find out how you can become a member of our gardening community, donate to a good cause, volunteer or sponsor a program or event.