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Spokesperson Author of "A Garden Lover's Guide to Canada" Canada’s Gardens are for the Birds!
With winter well underway, most of Canada’s beautiful gardens are in slowdown mode. Summer’s flowers and fall’s bright colours have given way to bare bark and conifer needles, often highlighted by white snow. But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to see. In fact, winter is often the very best season to get in a bit of bird watching. With fewer leaves to hide them, birds will be easier to see. And gardens are the ideal place to go looking for them, as they harbour large quantities of their favourite winter foods: berries and seeds. Read more...
GET THE BUZZ ON CANADA’S GARDEN ROUTE
Visit the Canada’s Garden Route booth –– a playful, contemporary ‘Ode to the Honey Bee’ designed by Emmy Tougas in collaboration with Jardins de Métis –– at Canada Blooms for an opportunity to speak with representatives from some of the country’s most iconic gardens. It’s a great way to get all the garden information you’ll need in order to plan your summer excursions.
While you’re at our booth, be sure to enter the ‘Garden Lovers’ Dream’ contest, co-sponsored by
Canada’s Garden Route is not a ‘route’ per se, instead, it is the most comprehensive listing of Canadian gardens and garden experiences. If you’re planning to stop in and visit some of the finest examples of horticulture the country has to offer – this is the website that will help you find the perfect garden experience you’re looking for.
You can search for gardens by name, category, province or city. Just click on the link that best suits your purposes.
Canada’s garden experiences look forward to welcoming all visitors, whether you come from across town or from around the world.