Bus Tour June 2, 2012

Page 5 of 8
Third stop: 2nd page of Maison Antoine Lacombe,
St Charles-Borromée.

Click here to go to page 6, 3rd of 3 pages of Maison Antoine Lacombe

Click here to reach the bottom of the page.

After the tunnel, into some English gardens and then the French.
Their website is on the previous page (4)


Wiegela?

Another pink flowering bush.

The gardeners here like pink.

A sculpture glistening in the rain.

Whoosh, suddenly we are looking at the formal French garden.

This fountain is on the other side
of the stone wall pictured at left.
Did we need more water today?.

The berm on the left of the garden next to the highway is planted
with trees and shrubs. That ghost-like spot isn't car exhaust.
I have water on my lens. Did I mention that is was raining?

Our guide explaining the difference
between French and English gardens.

This fountain is in the distance of the view above.

Another scupture.

At the far end of the French garden is a 'room'.

And a community garden
with vegetables.


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Click here to go back to page 3, second page of Réjean's garden

Click here to go back to page 4, third stop, 1st page of Maison Antoine LacombeMore of Antoine's garden.

Click here to go to page 6, 3rd page of Maison Lacombe (it was a big garden, no shopping)

Click here to go to page 7, 4th stop: Jardins Osiris (serious shopping)

Click here to go to page 8, 5th and last stop: Pépinière Villeneuve (not finished shopping)

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