When beautiful weather hits Montreal, what's the first thing you like to do? We head straight to the Botanical Garden to see stunning flowers! \nBut flowers are fickle so it's hard to keep track of what exactly you'll be seeing. When's the prime time to go check out your favourite flora? It's tough to say.\nEditor's Choice: BIXI Season In Montreal Is Starting Early This Year\n\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Eric Branover (@ericbranover)\nCue this tool we discovered: the Botanical Garden's "Calendar of Blooms," which tells you exactly what you can see and when. \nIn April, expect to see alpine plants, begonias, bromeliads, cacti, gesneriads, hydrangeas, narcissi, orchids, penjings, and tulips. The cherry tree blossom happens in May! \nOn the same website, you'll also find the Botanical Garden's "Blooms of the week," featuring photos of its weekly picks. For the week of April 5, forsythias and witch-hazels are blooming. \nCheck out the Calendar of blooms here.