Reford Gardens









Every year landscape architects and designers from around the world are drawn to the International Garden Festival hosted by Reford Gardens, also known as Les Jardins de Métis. Reford Gardens is a Quebec heritage site and has been designated a National Historic Site of Canada since 1995. The English style garden covers 45 acres and contains around 3000 varieties of plants, and it was created by horticulture pioneer Elise Reford in the 1920s. Today, Alexander Reford ensures the preservation of the landscape created by his great-grandmother but also works with innovative contemporary designers …

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