The Great Little Gardening Weekend

Activity - Conference - Event - Exhibition

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May 28 to May 30 2021
All Day Event
4101, rue Sherbrooke Est
Montréal, QC Canada
H1X 2B2

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The Great Little Gardening Weekend and its virtual component invite you to contribute to the ecological transition through gardening. Whether online or on site at the Jardin botanique, start the gardening season with a greener thumb!

Online: The virtual conferences of The Great Little Gardening Weekend

From May 25 to 27, take part in free virtual conferences bringing together horticultural enthusiasts and experts. These gardening passionates will share their knowledge and allow you to adapt your methods to the ecological transition.

Discover the schedule and the guests of the virtual conferences of The Great Little Gardening Weekend:

To participate in free virtual conferences, register here.

Please note that the conferences are in French only.

On site: The Great Little Gardening Weekend

From May 28 to 30, around thirty exhibitors, including several local producers, will offer plants, products and valuable advice to help you carry out your gardening projects based on eco-responsibility. Through conversations and meetings, come and learn more about urban agriculture, biodiversity conservation with the My Garden program, community science, phytotechnologies, and more!

Access to The Great Little Gardening Weekend is possible by purchasing a fixed-time ticket. Due to sanitary measures, places are limited. Please take note of the special measures before your visit.

Parking info

If you can, come by public transit (the Pie IX metro station is just five minutes away on foot) or carpool. If you do come by car, you can use parking lot P1 at the Jardin botanique (4101 Sherbrooke Street East).

And don’t forget to bring your reusable bags!

For full details of the event, register here.


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