Surprisingly, giants have been pretty popular in Montreal as of late. For example, the hidden "sleeping giants" all across the city that you can find on the roofs of buildings this Summer. The murals are amazing, larger-than-life, and the feeling you get when you actually find one is incredible.\nREAD ALSO: Pizza Pizza Just Released A "Cauliflower Crust Pizza" In Canada\nView this post on Instagram Poursuite du week-end avec la visite dimanche de Mosaïculture / Mosaïcanada au Parc Jacques-Cartier de Gatineau (Outaouais). 45 oeuvres grandioses composées par 210 espèces et variétés de plantes. Le début de la visite s’est fait sous un ciel un peu couvert malheureusement.. #mosaicanada150 #mosaiculturegatineau2018 #mosaiculture #gatineau #jacquescartierpark #plant #macareux #ottawa #ontario #outaouais #birds #flowers #park #photooftheday #pvtcanada A post shared by Audrey G. Expat’ à Montréal 🇨🇦 (@audreyg_instamtl) on Jul 23, 2018 at 3:10am PDT\nSo how perfect woud it be if after a day in Montreal looking for "sleeping giants" you could head over to their village filled with working giants, animal giants, and musical giants? You probably think I'm joking, but trust me when I say you have to see it to believe it!\nView this post on Instagram L'Homme qui plantait des arbres, l'une de nos plus impressionnantes mosaïcultures est prête pour notre grande ouverture le 22 juin ! 😍🌺🌹🌻🌼. #mosaiculturegatineau2018 #mosaiculture #ottawa #gatineau #flowershow #evenement #outaouaisfun #quebecoriginal #été2018 A post shared by Mosaïculture Gatineau 2018 (@mosaiculturegatineau2018) on Jun 13, 2018 at 7:50am PDT\nThere really is a village of giants, and it's located in Gatineau, Quebec. The "village" is actually Mosaïcultures Gatineau 2018, a botanical garden with a lot more than just flowers and regular plants.\nOnce you enter the garden you'll be transported into a secret world filled with enormous plant-people. You'll be greeted by the beautiful figures as well as extraordinary sculptures all made from different flowers and plants. It's definitely one of the most incredible experiences to have this Summer!\nView this post on Instagram Mosaïculture de Gatineau. #Mosaiculture #gatineau #outaouais #parcjacquescartiergatineau A post shared by Claude Wauthier (@claudewauthier) on Jul 22, 2018 at 9:54am PDT\nYou can walk through a 1km path that takes you around the entire magical garden while your jaw drops in awe over the 45 sculptures that seriously bring nature to life. According to Mosaïculture, over 5.5 million plants were used to make these giants! You will defintiely never take plant-life for granted again.\nView this post on Instagram Mosaïculture à Gatineau, impressionnant! 😃 . . . . . . . #gatineau #mosaiculture #plantscaping #plant #garden #art #natureart #flowers #exposition #mosaïculture #plantlady #plantcommunity #ihavethisthingwithplants #plantsofinstagram #gatineauottawa #garden #flowergarden A post shared by Camille Lanthier (@camillelanthier) on Jul 26, 2018 at 1:14pm PDT\nTo make your experience even more amazing, you'll be able to discover a little bit of Canada's deep history while you tour the garden. There's a "flower giant" from each of Canada's provinces and territories that represents the life, culture and beauty you would specifically find if you travelled there.\n@upstyledspacesembedded via\nThe Mosaïculture garden is only opened until October 15th, so you only have a couple months left to book a trip to visit this masterpiece.\nTo find out more about Mosaïculture Gatineau 2018 or book tickets, click HERE.