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Christmas extravaganza
Do not miss: The Enchanted Forest - Santa Claus  and Ice Fairy. Decor of 80,000 lights. Animat... [More...]



What a lovely experience!   So colourful and with all the flagrances!   An absolute pleasure! Bravo!  Gail, Laval


Memorable Gardens to Discover and Rediscover !

“Route des Gerbes d’Angelica” is an initiative of professionals from different backgrounds who share a common vision of the world based on cooperation.

It is a non-profit organization which was founded in 2008, while its official opening took place in June 2010.  To implement this project, a 94-acre land was purchased in Mirabel.   Peacocks,  as well as a boutique  “Les Trouvailles d’Angelica” will be added in 2012. Further additions in 2013:  A splendid shade garden in the middle of an ’opencast cathedral’, handmade artisanal bread cooked in one of our three outdoor ovens,  animation with zany characters, new local products made with angelica. In 2014:  A new pavilion/bistro with animation and decor in winter, Christmas outdor decorations with 70,000 ligths, new high-end products in the boutique.    In 2015:   Easter mascots and egg hunt with enigmas, as well as in November and December, our Christmas decor with  more lights and several new features.

Since the opening, over 55,000 visitors have toured the gardens and expressed their satisfaction.  Visit tours, offered seven days a week, are very much appreciated.

We wish you welcome

2016 activities - Click here

Do not miss the Christmas extravaganza

and the Enchanted Forest

Boutique ’Les Trouvailles d’Angelica’

Local products & gifts  See ’Boutique’ tab

High end  products derived from angelica and other plants! Discover!   Open year round, daily from 10.00 AM to 5.00 PM.

Bistro / Pavilion

 We need VOLUNTEERS at any time and for the day ’Open House on Quebec Farms’ in connection with the UPA, Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016.

Virtual tour of the gardens

Enlarge Map 


 2012 Video on “Route des Gerbes d’Angelica”

You are invited to watch this video produced on May 11 at the opening of our 2012 season, by Benoït Bilodeau, Editor-in-Chief of the newspapers L’Éveil and La Concorde.

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