You Can Learn The Secret To Making Plant Babies While Sipping Lattes At This Montreal Café

And then you get to take a plant baby home!
Contributing Writer
You Can Learn The Secret To Making Plant Babies While Sipping Lattes At This Montreal Café

It seems like these days plants in people's homes are popping up like flowers. But taking care of a plant-baby is no easy feat. So stop by Leaves House Café to learn about the joy of planting while sipping some coffee. What could be better?

Leaves House Café is an animal-cruelty free, vegan café and has two locations: 2051, rue de la Montagne and 1800, ave. McGill College

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According to the website, "Our main values are inclusion, softness, flexibility, confidence, conviviality, creativity, diversity, empathy, kindness, pleasure, and respect."

They sell everything you need for a plant-based lifestyle, including plants, drinks and even fashion items.

Plus, it's incredibly adorable and that you'll want to plant yourself there every day to get some work done.

In partnership with Greenhound Canada, guests can join Virginie, a self-proclaimed "plant tutor", at the McGill location to learn about the propagation (the growing and tending to) of plants and what it means to be a plant parent.

All while enjoying a latté or a matcha.

You'll get to take home a small plant that you work on, as well as 15% off Leaves House products and merchandise throughout the class.

Greenhound Canada is a non-profit organization, whose mission is to create green spaces across the country and to promote the therapeutic and mental health benefits of gardening and plants

The next event is Thursday, August 13 at 5 p.m., which will be in English and the next English event will be Thursday, August 27.

The events on Wednesday, August 19 and Thursday, August 20 will be in French.

Tickets are $8 and are sold on Eventbrite.

Planting Night At Leaves House Café

Price: $8

When: English sessions are happening on August 13 & 27, starting at 5 p.m.

Address: 1800, ave. McGill College, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: To learn more about plants and get to try a drink from one of the most serene cafés in the city.

Gabi Sandler
Contributing Writer
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