I've been to many botanicals in Canada and so far, Montreal has the best in terms of rare plant species.
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This is by far my favourite place in Montreal! It's one of the greatest botanical gardens in the world despite its northern latitude. It's biggest asset is its size; it's golf course sized! Features that I adore: * Magnolias that start the season * A...More
We visit Montreal for various lengths of time every year since Honeymooning there 34 yrs ago, and multiple trips to the Botanical Gardens are always included on our visits. The grounds are huge and we allocate a whole day to walking among the various sections,...More
Huge variety of plants and flowers. When we went, there was a butterfly display at the end which was worth the super long wait.
Great place to take a stroll through meticulously landscaped gardens. It is bigger than it seems. We were there a bit early so very few of the plants and trees were blooming. The Chinese Garden,(which is the one I wanted to see the most), was...More
When you need some time to relax. Visit the Botanic Gardens. The indoor part with djugle trees etc and butterflies was lovely. The park takes a while to go thru but is beautiful even in april. It must be amazing if you go in summer...More
A vast public parkland Arboretum surrounds the glasshouses and gardens of the Botanical Gardens - don't miss the seasonal gardens
To preface my review, I think your perception of this botanical garden really depends on which season you visit. When I went, in mid-April, it was still quite cold and the garden wasn't even charging admission in the outer exhibits. The feature was pretty much...More