Every season at the Jardin Botanique de Montreal is captivating with colors and fragrances of flowers and plants from garden ... More
Montreal Botanical Garden
Every season at the Jardin Botanique de Montreal is captivating with colors and fragrances of flowers and plants from garden to garden, inspired by different parts of the world. Explore the Sonoran desert, wander into the Chinese or French Garden, and finally relax in the tranquility of the Japanese Garden. The Montreal Botanical Garden contains 12,000 plant species and cultivars, ten exhibition greenhouses, about 30 thematic gardens and a large arboretum.
There's always a special exposition going on. There are butterflies in the main gardens to see right now , chinese lanterns in autumn, pumpkins in October plus the other green houses and insectarium. Exterior gardens during spring and summer months. You don,t have time to see everything in one visit. Nice little shop where I bought handknitted mittens (L'Orchidée)
The Botanical Gardens were absolutely beautiful, especially the Chinese Gardens! There was a train that took you around the gardens. The 'restaurants were more like cafeterias but the food and the atmosphere was great! There were tables outside near a fountain and a small jazz ensemble was playing. There's a LOT of walking and I didn't even see half of the gardens during the 3 1/2 hours I spent there.
I would like to go there to chant the Holy names! Some times write some articles..or poems editorial for Mukavari & other news paper!With my family unforgettable moments...
A lot like this. It is a paradise to me. I don't want to forget when I was alone in 2005 ... this place & My Harinama Sakeerthan with some Devoties...So lot of thinks..I can't forget...Here next week I;m ready to go there...
What to say? The whole city is an amazing place to vaction stating with old montreal and ending with the botanical gardens.I grew up in montreal and i sill find great places to eat and to see when i go back for a visit. The buildings in old montreal date back as far as 350 years,and it has a old world feel. The food is a journey from fast food to 5 star fare.While in monreal you must go to mountian & notre dame to have a couple steamed hot dogs and try some spruce beer (and yes it smells like spruce)but it will cut through your thurst and it is only found in Quebec.
Having gone through the Chinese garden was a beautiful experience, but going through it during the latern display was breathtaking! Seeing the spectacular lights give life to the many wonderful colours of the laterns and other masterpieces from China was an unforgetable experience.
The colourful dispays of the enourmous birds on the shimmering water desrved to be captured by photograph both during the day and at night. The latern display should be attended every year as the theam changes on an annual basis. A must see, at least twice to be fully satisfied by the beautiful display.
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