We cordially invite you to join us here at Whistling Gardens, one of Ontario’s premier horticultural gardens. Since 2012, we have garnered regional, provincial, national, and international awards and are home to North America’s largest peony collection, North America’s largest conifer collection, and one of Canada’s largest computer-run fountain shows. Stroll and explore over 20 acres of gardens displaying over 4,500 different plants, including the rarest tree in the world, the Baishan Fir.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is a registered museum and one of Vancouver’s top tourist attractions. It is a unique venue for cultural programming and events, including guided tours, concerts, festivals, exhibitions, receptions, and educational programs. This Ming Dynasty-style garden-home is the first among its kind to have been built outside of China.
Le Jardin Roger-Van den Hende est un jardin pédagogique de 6 hectares, qui possède près de 4 000 espèces et cultivars regroupés par famille botanique. Il constitue une collection unique de plantes indigènes du Québec et de plantes ornementales introduites d’Europe, d’Amérique et d’Asie.
The 27-acre horticultural masterpiece officially opened its gates in the spring of 1998, unveiling an array of over 2,500 species of perennials, as well as, a wide variety of trees and shrubs. Now a major tourist attraction, Kingsbrae Garden has been recognized with a number major awards for both the product and the services it…
The Goals of the Fredericton Botanic Garden:
to provide a recreational opportunity to the public by means of walks, interpretive trails and beautiful displays of flowers and foliage
use tried and untried plant species and varieties so the public have a hands-on demonstration of plant hardiness
educate people of all ages to appreciate plants and to learn how plants coexist in natural settings
involve the community in the development of a new and important tourist attraction for the Fredericton area
The Butchart Gardens is a 118-year-old internationally-renowned 55-acre display garden located in Brentwood Bay, British Columbia. Created by Jennie Butchart, and still privately owned and operated by the family, The Gardens was designated a National Historic Site of Canada, in 2004 for its one hundredth birthday.
Canadensis Botanical Garden Society is working towards a Nation Botanical Garden. Canadensis is to be a beautiful and diverse botanic garden that provides all visitors with educational, interactive and enjoyable experiences in a unique, sustainable environment. The Garden promotes a deeper understanding of our intimate interdependence with nature and encourages the commitment and passion necessary to pursue environmentally responsible lifestyles.
Canada is a garden of cultures living in harmony and thriving together. The Leaf is a stunning showcase of our diversity, expressed through plants that shape our lives here and across the globe.
In the summer of 1926, Elsie Reford (1872-1967) began converting her fishing camp on the Métis River into gardens. Located on the northern part of the Gaspé Peninsula, these are the northernmost gardens in eastern North America. Known as Les Jardins de Métis or The Reford Gardens, they were opened to the public in 1962. Few gardens have been created in such difficult weather conditions.
Revel in nature’s most beautiful creations and discover the art of horticulture at Niagara Parks’ Botanical Gardens. Featuring 99 acres (40 hectres) of award-winning landscapes complemented by vibrant seasonal blooms and lush overflowing gardens, the gardens have been part of the ornate Niagara Garden Trail since 1990. Every season reveals new gorgeous blooms at Botanical Gardens, particularly along the many peaceful walking trails and through the arboretum showcasing one of Canada’s finest tree collections. Indulge your senses in the aromatic herb garden or relax in one of the serene sitting areas. A visit to the rose garden–which boasts over 2,400 roses–will underline why it is one of North America’s largest and most distinguished Victorian rose gardens.
Vision The New Brunswick Botanical Garden wants to be a place of discovery, learning and conservation of plant diversity. It also aims to demonstrate the links between the arts and nature as well as those between humans, science and the environment. Mission The New Brunswick Botanical Garden mission is to raise awareness and educate the…
MissionThe Toronto Botanical Garden connects people to plants, inspiring us to live in harmony with nature. VisionThe Toronto Botanical Garden will be renowned for its display of nature’s beauty and as a dynamic hub for plant-centred learning, conservation and research.