Photos from “Mosaïcultures Internationales” at the Montreal Botanical Garden

My wife and I recently visited the Montreal Botanical Garden, which was hosting Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013 — Land of Hope, a horticultural competition featuring “mosaiculture” from two dozen countries. Here are six photographs I took during our stroll through the exhibit.

"Fragile Frogs," Atlanta Botanical Garden.

“Fragile Frogs,” Atlanta Botanical Garden.

"Planting Plane Trees to Attract the Phoenix," Beijing.

“Planting Plane Trees to Attract the Phoenix,” Beijing.

"Hands Up!" Borneo.

“Hands Up!” Borneo.

"Guardians of the Island," Easter Island, Chile.

“Guardians of the Island,” Easter Island, Chile.

"Mother Earth," Mosaïcultures Internationales de Montréal.

“Mother Earth,” Mosaïcultures Internationales de Montréal.

"Small Clownfish and Anemone," Okinawa, Japan.

“Small Clownfish and Anemone,” Okinawa, Japan.

Detailed information about Land of Hope, which is on view through September 29, can be found on the Mosaïcultures Internationales de Montréal website. Learn more about the Montreal Botanical Garden by visiting that organization’s website.

David Brensilver

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