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Montreal International Mosaicultures 2013 Show Exhibition, Montreal Botanical Garden, Quebec, Canada

Montreal International Mosaicultures 2013 Show Exhibition, Montreal Botanical Garden, Quebec, Canada

The Chinese Garden is constructed along the traditional lines for a Chinese garden. It has many winding paths, an artificial mountain, and a building in the Chinese style housing a collection of bonsai and penjing that have been donated. The garden is populated with Chinese plants. It is the largest Chinese garden in the world outside China.
The Japanese Garden is populated with Japanese plants, and it contains a building in the Japanese style containing an exhibit on tea. The Japanese tea ceremony is performed there during the summer, and anyone can take classes to learn more about it. Other traditional Japanese arts, such as Iaido and Ikebana are occasionally demonstrated there as well. It also includes a large koi pond; visitors often feed the koi. The garden hosts an annual Hiroshima memorial ceremony on August 6, with the hourly ringing of a Japanese Peace Bell made in Hiroshima.
The First Nations Garden is populated with Canadian plants; the maple, birch, and pine trees shade its paths. It has several totem poles and exhibits demonstrating traditional Native American artwork and construction methods.
The Alpine Garden has several paths winding over a rocky outcrop which is covered with tiny, delicate alpine plants.

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