Created in 1938 by landscape architect Louis Perron, the Joan of Arc Garden combines French classic style with English-style mixed borders. The Battlefields Park’s gem, brings together more than 150 species: annual flowers, bulbous plants, but most of all, perennials.
At the center of this rectangular and slightly below ground level garden is the Joan of Arc monument dedicated to the patriotism and courage of 1759 and 1760 heroes.
If you would like to know more about the plantings, at the western end of the park, and also online you’ll find an Info-Plant Terminal with close to 300 digital plant sheets.
390 avenue de Bernières, Québec, G1R 2L7
Children Friendly Garden
Dog Friendly Garden
No Admission Fee
Parking on Site
Accessible by Public Transit
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Author of "A Garden Lover's Guide to Canada"
Getting someone to visit a garden in summer is a snap: we all know gardens are striking in the summer months, with flowers galore. But what about fall? Garden visitors diminish with falling temperatures, as if they’re convinced the show is over as of Labour Day. But it isn’t. There’s still plenty to see in Canada’s public gardens right up until snowfall and even beyond.