In anticipation of warmer weather, MTL Blog decided to make a list of gardens in Quebec that you can explore once the snow melts.\nCheck them out below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nConsidering the long and cold months in Quebec, it may not be the first place people think of when it comes to visit-worthy gardens. But our province has a few of the oldest and most renowned parks and gardens in North America. And with the weather hopefully beginning to turn, it's not too early to start planning which gardens in Quebec you can talk a peaceful walk too.\nMontreal itself has one of the most world-renowned gardens, greenhouses, and sustainable landscapes in the world at the Montreal Botanical Gardens. Or for those who want to take a leisurely stroll, there is always Mount Royal and Parc Jean Drapeau, to name a few.\nBut if you want something out of the ordinary, or just out of the city, Quebec has some amazing public and private gardens to visit, one of which has even been dubbed the "Central Park of Quebec City."\nWith the province's diverse cultural influences there is everything from historical New France influences to Japanese Zen gardens. But most importantly, they are all great spots to stop, breathe, and take in the moment.\nMany of the gardens listed are open from late spring to October, but it's best to check as each garden has different opening times depending on the area.\nKeep reading to learn more about 14 of the best gardens in Quebec that you should try to visit once in your life.\nDomaine de Maizerets\nView this post on Instagram Le #labyrinthe du Domaine de Maizerets 🌲 #domainedemaizerets #parc #arbres #trees A post shared by Annabelle (@annaabeille) on Jul 19, 2019 at 9:38am PDT\nWhere: 2000, blvd. Montmorency, Québec\nEntry Fee: Free\nLet's start out big with this garden in the middle of Quebec City. It's the only spot on the list that can boast a labyrinth alongside the woods, gardens and historic area.\nFind out more about the labyrinth!\nJardins de Quatre-Vents\nView this post on Instagram This week, Yew Dell executive director- Paul Cappiello- took a group to explore one of the most beautiful private gardens in North America located 90 miles northeast of Quebec City: Les Quatre Vents. Les Quatre Vents was the garden of the late Frank Cabot, a giant in the field of garden plants and design. The garden was featured in the documentary “The Gardener” and was only recently opened to the public on a very limited basis. We were fortunate to be able to offer this once in a lifetime tour! #thegardener #lesquatrevents A post shared by Yew Dell Botanical Gardens (@yewdellgardens) on Jun 28, 2019 at 5:42pm PDT\nWhere: 135, blvd. Malcolm-Fraser, La Malbaie\nEntry Fee: $45\nAccess to these spectacular gardens are limited, so it's best to reserve your spot soon. These gardens are considered by many to be the best private gardens of our time. It's like stepping back in time and wondering through a storybook.\nFor more info!\nJardin Universitaire Roger-Van den Hende\nView this post on Instagram Que c’est beau l’automne 🌤 🍁 @ulaval #fallcolors #bestseason #nature #outdoors A post shared by Sonia Pomerleau (@sopomerleau) on Sep 29, 2019 at 4:25am PDT\nWhere: 2480, blvd. Hochelaga, Québec City\nEntry Fee: Free. But a $2 donation is suggested\nYou can visit this "oasis of calm" all year round but to appreciate the vibrant colours of over 4,000 plants, you may want to wait until the warmer months.\nTake a look at all the activities you can take part in!\nJardins Du Domaine Howard\nView this post on Instagram Bel oasis de nature en plein cœur de la ville !! #sherbimage #nature urbaine #sherbylove #sherbrooke #serres #domainehoward A post shared by Marie-Claude Vidal (@maryclov) on Aug 30, 2016 at 7:35am PDT\nWhere: 1350, blvd. de Portland, Sherbrooke\nEntry Fee: Free\nAlong with historic buildings, you will also find quaint walking trails lined with lush vegetations and a pond that becomes a skating rink in the winter.\nCheck it out!\nJardins de Metis\nView this post on Instagram Le Jardin des Hespérides - Festival International des Jardins #jardinsdemetis A post shared by Laura De Nigris (@lauradenig) on Sep 17, 2019 at 1:18am PDT\nWhere: 200, route 132, Price\nEntry Fee: $22\nThe Michelin guide to Canada calls this English style garden "among the most beautiful in the world." Surrounded by water on three sides helps keep it cool and helps give it a maritime feel.\nTake a look!\nMount Royal Cemetary Garden\nView this post on Instagram Commémoration du débarquement des alliés sur les plages de la Normandie le 6 juin 1944. Saviez-vous que des sections des cimetières catholique et protestant sur le Mont Royal sont réservées aux anciens combattants? Des milliers de jeunes soldats sont partis pour ne jamais revenir. D’autres sont revenus avec leurs blessures. Les physiques et les émotionnelles. J’ai mis en lien dans mon profil un reportage avec deux d’entre eux, réalisé par Celine Galipeau pour Radio Canada. 🕊 Today marks the 75th anniversary of D Day when allied troops disembarked at Juno Beach in Normandy. Thousands of young Canadian soldiers are buried nearby. Those lucky enough to make it back home carried both physical and emotional scars. A few are still alive today to talk about their experience, the horrors of war. Did you know that sections of both the catholic and protestant cemeteries atop Mount Royal are reserved for veterans? #cimetieredumontroyal #montroyal #junobeach #dday A post shared by Michael à Montréal (@michael_montreal) on Jun 5, 2019 at 9:57am PDT\nWhere: Camillien-Houde Parkway, de la Foret Road, Montreal\nEntry Fee: Free\nYou don't even have to leave the city to enjoy one of the oldest rural garden cemeteries in North America. The topography is astounding with crab apple trees, Japanese lilacs, and the natural woodlands.\nTake a further look!\nJardins Michel Corbeil Gardens\n\n\n\n View this post on Instagram So nice! #Chill A post shared by Francoisllanca (@francoisllanca) on Jul 22, 2016 at 5:08pm PDT\nWhere: 961, blvd. Arthur-Sauvé, Saint-Eustache\nEntry Fee: $8\nThis little, hidden paradise is a horticulturist's dream come true. Not only can you wander the grounds and lose yourself in the gardens and ponds, but you can also buy some of your favourite plants.\nLearn more about this garden and nursery!\nREAD ALSO: Activities To Do As A Couple In February For Less Than $25 Around Montreal\nSeigneurie île d'Orléans\nView this post on Instagram 💜 passion lavande A post shared by @ mariecath_g on Jul 22, 2019 at 6:19am PDT\nWhere: 3658, Chemin Royal, Saint-François-de-l'Île-d'Orléans\nEntry Fee: Free for the lavender gardens; $20 for access to all gardens\nThis is where you go when you want a breathtaking garden experience. It has one of the largest lavender plantations in Quebec, with a five senses garden, fruit garden, shade garden, and a meditative Zen garden.\nLearn more about this one of a kind spot!\nLes Jardins du Grand-Portage\nView this post on Instagram Passage au paradis des tournesols. Principaux producteurs de nos semences !🌱🍆🍅💚🐝🌎#semencesduportage #culturenature #semercultiverdeguster #jardin #auberginepimgtunglong #celerirave #tournesolgeant #jardinsdugrandportage A post shared by Semences du Portage (@semences_du_portage) on Aug 28, 2017 at 6:47am PDT\nWhere: 800 Chemin du Portage, Saint-Didace\nEntry Fee: $15\nWhat doesn't this garden have? There is a Zen and knot garden, overflowing flowerbeds, and it also specializes in organic vegetables, herbs, and fruits, which you are free to buy.\nFor more info!\nJardin Scullion\nView this post on Instagram Site enchanteur fait pour les amoureux de la nature, de 0 à 100 ans nos yeux d'enfant n'en reviens pas. Belle histoire pour un bâtiment de la sorte et que dire du jardin de toute beauté. 2010▪️#saguenay #lacstjean #jardin #jardin #garden #gardenlife #gardenlove #beautifulgardens #visite #vacance #vacancesenfamille #travelphotography #ontheroad #ontheroadagain #travelwithkids #landscapes #paysagemagnifique #nature #naturephotography #nature #naturelover #jardinscullion #anous5lamerique #quebec #quebecregion #quebecoriginal A post shared by Steve & Cindy (@anous5lamerique) on Mar 8, 2019 at 6:30am PST\nWhere: 1985, 7e rang E., L'Ascension-de-Notre-Seigneur\nEntry Fee: $26\nScullion Gardens may have the most unusual landscaping on this list. Located in Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, not only can it boast over 2,000 plant species from around the world but it is also home to a mini-farm, and many species of birds and reptiles.\nTake an in-depth look!\nJardins De Doris\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by stephanie (@stephamurray) on Jul 27, 2018 at 8:49am PDT\nWhere: 645 Avenue Henri Dunant, Matane\nEntry Fee: $13\nThis is the perfect spot to get away from it all and enjoy a little peace and serenity of the beautifully manicured gardens. There is also a butterfly enclosure, giant chess set, sundials, and even the three little pigs' houses.\nLearn more about these gardens!\nLotbinière Garden\nView this post on Instagram 🌱🌲🌳🌿🍃 #nature #naturelovers #naturelover #nature_shooters #naturephotography #nature_perfection #lac #lake #landscape #landscape_lovers #landscape_lover #landscapephotography #foret #forest #paysage #sentier #sentierpedestre #domainejoly A post shared by Karine Barriault 🐞🍃🌳❄ (@barriaultkarine) on Sep 19, 2016 at 4:15pm PDT\nWhere: 7015, route de Pointe-Platon, C. P. 1000, Sainte-Croix\nEntry Fee: Starts at $11\nNot only can you spend a few hours enjoying the half English and half French estate grounds, but you can also take a tour of the original manor.\nFor more info!\nFloreSsens\nPhoto du jour chez FloreSsensPosted by Jardins Floressens on Thursday, July 24, 2014\nWhere: 1031, ch. de la Traverse, Saint-Raymond\nEntry Fee: $8.95\nThis spot, about 35 minutes from Québec City, has 60 themed gardens, a 2 km nature path, bronze sculptures and overflowing flowerbeds of unique vegetation.\nTake a look at the website!\nMaison & Jardins Chenier\nView this post on Instagram #photooftheday #photography #insect #flowerphotography #perspective #pov #olympus #microfourthirds #microfournerds #m43 A post shared by Ben Gagne (@ben_gagne) on Jun 2, 2018 at 3:33pm PDT\nWhere: 83, rue Chénier, Saint-Eustache\nEntry Fee: Free\nThese historic grounds have been lived in by members of parliament and a former premier. There are still plants that have survived since the 1800s and are now owned by a garden aficionado who maintains the grounds to impeccable standards that attract photographers from around the world.\nRead more about the history!\nNow the countdown until the warmer months begins.