Sharing the Riches of the Land
This magnificent mosaïculture installation presented by New Brunswick and its Botanical garden provides a visual representation of the regions shared rich, natural resources, history and culture. The garden as partnered with the Madawaska Maliseet Community (the Wolastoqiyik Nation) to present, Sharing the riches of the land, as a part of Mosaïcultures 2013
The New Brunswick Botanical Garden (NBBG), in Edmunston, celebrated is 20th year of operation in 2013. Since opening in 1993, the NBBG as incorporated a green plan, serving as an example for the community, in emphasizing the importance of protecting the natural resources by adopting eco-friendly practice wherever possible.
The NBBG features eight thematic gardens within its eight hectares (21 acres) site. These themed gardens allow visitors to discover a wide variety of both indigenous and non-indigenous plant species. For instance the Herbarium and its pavilion house over 100 plant species used for medicinal, aromatic, cosmetic and decorative purposes, and also offers an educational program featuring workshops and conferences.
The Celestial Garden, Khronos, presents an interactive installation where the Earth, humans and the Universe come together. During the entire summer season, the Welcome Pavilion, feature the Butterflies and the world exhibits. This exhibit is housed in a large, indoor aviary where visitors can visit and walk amongst the living butterflies.
This magnificent installation was presented by New Brunswick and its Botanical garden partnered with the Madawaska Maliseet Community (the Wolastoqiyik Nation). Photo by © ProvinceQuebec.com
The NBBG features eight thematic gardens within its eight hectares (21 acres) site. ). Photo by © ProvinceQuebec.com
Sharing the riches of the land was a part of Mosaïcultures 2013 in Montreal. Photo by © ProvinceQuebec.com
This mosaïculture was presented by New Brunswick and its Botanical garden. Photo by © Lucie Dumalo