Both spots have some really beautiful creations, so if you're looking for an awesome Valentine's Day gift or surprise (or if you just want to buy yourself a box of flowers because, let's be honest, you deserve it), then you've got two seriously great options.
In its Instagram post, the shop said Frank & Oak "[continued] to promote this shirt on [its] Instagram page even after we had expressed our disagreement."
The family-run flower shop is a beloved Mile End spot with its signature colourful storefront and iconic owner, Tamey.
"Larger businesses that use small local businesses, like ours, to further their own agendas while ignoring the wishes of communities is not something we choose to align ourselves with," the Instagram post continued.
Dragon Flowers said it was "this lack of respect for our voice and space" that led it to write to its followers on Instagram.
The city's Magnolia trees tend to bloom in May. However, Dr. David Wees, who teaches plant science at McGill University, told us that due to Montreal's recent streak of warm weather, he suspects "most flowers will bloom at least a week earlier than usual" this year.
The Botanical Garden also costs $16.50 for Quebec residents. Again, no shade toward the Botanical garden (you're lovely and precious), but sometimes we want to enjoy the beauty of nature without having to pay for it.
Why You Need To Go: The Gardens were originally created during the International Floralies competition of 1980 and designed by renowned international landscape artists. Now, it's a stunning floral park to walk through.
Why You Need To Go: Montreal is blessed with city parks where beautiful flowers bloom. From La Fontaine to Angrignon, Maisonneuve to Jeanne-Mance and Westmount, you can see a variety of flowers in the city's parks, including tulips and water lilies.