6 Montreal Spots That Become Magical Flowery Dreamlands Once Spring Hits

Flowery places to daydream about right now!
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6 Montreal Spots That Become Magical Flowery Dreamlands Once Spring Hits

It may be winter now, but Montreal will blossom and grow into spring before we know it. And although this winter may seem bleaker than usual, it doesn't mean we can't spend our days daydreaming of places to see in Montreal that get filled with flowers come spring.

Spring is always a beautiful time of year no matter where you are, but there's something about spring in Montreal that's particularly spectacular. Not that we like to brag or anything.

...Alright, maybe we do.

So even though time seems to be standing still in what feels like the longest winter ever, here's to the flowery days ahead of us.

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Montreal Botanical Garden

Address: 4101, rue Sherbrooke E., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: You would imagine that the city's botanical garden would have stunning flowers to explore, and it definitely doesn't disappoint.

Jean-Talon Market

Address: 7070, ave. Henri Julien, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Jean-Talon is one of Montreal's famous markets that doesn't just sell amazing, local produce, but beautiful flowers, too.

Parc Westmount

Address: 329, 327, ave. Melville, Westmount, QC

Why You Need To Go: Located in one of the island's chillest and most serene areas, this park is the perfect spot for when you need a break from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Beaver Lake

Address: 2000, chemin Remembrance, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: Beautiful at all times of the year, Beaver Lake becomes especially beautiful once the flowers start to bloom.

U-Pick Tulipes.ca

Address: 1270, rue Principale, Laval; 1201, chemin du Général Vanier, Boucherville

Why You Need To Go: Move over, Ottawa. Montreal is definitely the place to be when it comes to tulips.

Lachine Market

Address: 1865, rue Notre Dame, Lachine, QC

Why You Need To Go: Another popular market on the island, Lachine Market doesn't just have one of the most beautiful views in the city but is one of the most beautiful views in the city.

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