Woodland Walk

The Woodland Walk is home to a growing collection of indigenous and woodland plants. The walk snakes its way through the forest and takes visitors to the pathway that leads to the International Garden Festival.

Approached directly from the entrance to the gardens or from the pond, the path to the festival is identified by a site specific work of art by Murray Macdonald. Installed in 2000, Nature morte de Métis was created for the Musée regional de Rimouski as part of their collection on permanent display at the Gardens.