Sixty-five international designers created 22 garden installations at the 15th International Garden Festival, which opened this past weekend at the iconic Reford Gardens (aka les Jardins de Métis) in Quebec, Canada. Established in 2000, the event is one of the biggest garden festivals in the world.
Located along the edge of the St. Lawrence River, the various installations are a playful reminder about the value of landscape architecture and nature in everyday living -- something that many urban inhabitants tend to take for granted.
If you'll be visiting the gardens this summer, the festival will run until Sept. 28, 2014.
Take a peek at some of the installations below.
To learn more about the Garden Festival, click here.
All photos courtesy of the 15th International Garden Festival.
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