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Saint-Simon-Apôtre Park Food Forest - Montréal - Canada

Picture yourself wandering through these enchanted paths, where every leaf, every blossom, tells a story of interconnectedness and resilience. Inspired by the timeless wisdom of natural ecosystems, our Food Forests are meticulously crafted to provide nourishment and beauty to all who visit.

Here, diversity reigns supreme, as a tapestry of perennials, shrubs, and fruit trees converge to create a living masterpiece of biodiversity. This multi-layered design isn't just aesthetically pleasing—it's a testament to the power of sustainable agriculture, where minimal intervention yields a cornucopia of flavours and nourishment.

But our Food Forests are more than just orchards. They're vibrant hubs of community engagement and education, where visitors can partake in self-service harvesting, learn about urban agriculture, or simply find solace in the embrace of nature.
Immerse yourself in a sensory journey through our Food Forests, where the air is alive with the scent of edible flower and the promise of a greener, more sustainable future. Welcome to a world where every plant tells a story and every harvest is a celebration of our connection to the land. By our lead Designer Wen Rolland.



Climate:   Dfb - Humid continental climate
Annual Precipitation:  1000 mm
Country: Canada
Function:  Public Food Forest
Size: 430 m2

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