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Saddle Brook, New Jersey
January 24, 2005
My brothers and I were so impressed with the display that we stayed and took pictures for over and an hour and a half. From what I understand, all of the display pieces were shipped over to Montreal from China, and it took over 30 designers to assemble this awesome piece of living artwork. The four major elements of a typical Chinese garden are captured in this display.
The water element is captured in the beautiful pond with floating Chinese lamps and vibrantly colored fauna.
The stone element is displayed throughout the gardens through walkways, caves, and an amazing mock mountain that you can climb for a bird’s eye view.
Plant life is the third element that is captured at every turn of your head in this gorgeous display.
Lastly, the architecture is what makes this garden worth the price of admission. In the pictures below, you can see for yourself.
The Jardin Botanique de Montreal is open everyday but Monday from 9am to 5pm (until 6pm in the summer months). Check out Jardin Botanique de Montreal for more information.
From journal French Culture in North America
June 6, 2004
From journal Minibreak Montreal