I took so many pictures, but none of them do it justice. Many of the sculptures were enormous and all were made entirely of living plants. What follows is a small sampling.
This exhibit was called "The Man Who Planted Trees". The worker was meticulously replacing some plants in the front of the sculpture. We saw this a few times throughout the exhibit, where workers were either pruning of replacing to keep them in perfect form.
There were several exhibits with horses. Their manes were made of plant material that blew in the wind.
Micky knows that you have to kiss a lot of frogs before you find the prince.
This serpent twisted around and even went under the path. this only shows a small part of it.
This "Mother Earth" was one of my favorites. Again, it was huge!
We spent the better part of the day there and didn't even see the Japanese Gardens or the Chinese Gardens, which are supposed to be world class. If you're going to Montreal this summer, be sure to put this on your itinerary.