Guide to leading public gardens in Canada. This 8-page special travel feature, Our Cross-Country Tour of Canada’s Public Gardens, is from Garden Making.
Lorraine Flanigan picks highlights from her coast to coast tour of the Canada Garden Route, from Victoria to St. John’s.
There’s much to see and do at the Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN) Botanical Garden in St. John’s, Nfld.
Established in 1867, Halifax Public Gardens is Canada’s first public garden, with 32 carpet beds around bandstand.
Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens in Nova Scotia show the importance of plants and gardens in the lives of a succession of settlers.
From the moment she arrived at Kingsbrae Garden in St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Lorraine Flanigan’s camera didn’t stop clicking. This 27-acre garden opened in 1998.
One of the best ways to visit Quebec City gardens is by biking Quebec City riverside park and garden trails.
Roger Van den Hende Botanical Garden in Quebec features demonstration beds, herbacetum, arboretum, water garden, a rose garden, an Ericacetum of acid-loving plants
No matter what the season, there’s always something happening at the Montreal Botanical Garden. In summer 2013 the excitement flowered with Mosaicultures.
At Moorside in the Gatineau Hills visitors can best experience Mackenzie King’s visionary plans for both the property’s gardens and for the city of Ottawa itself.
The Central Experimental Farm in Ottawa was the first research station, established by an Act of Parliament in 1886. It offers stunning displays.
The impressive gardens of Oshawa’s Parkwood Estate were designed by leading landscape architects of the day, including the Dunington-Grubbs and John Lyle.
The gardening season for Thunder Bay parks in Ontario starts on the first full moon in June when parks staff start emptying greenhouses to plant garden beds.