The world’s biggest mosaicultures exhibition is back in Québec!

The competition Mosaïcultures internationales montréal 2013 (MIM2013) will bloom once again in Québec between June 22 and September 29, 2013. With 50 participating cities, 30 countries and 250 of the world’s most talented horticultural artists, visitors are in for a dazzling 2.2-km circuit through the Montréal Botanical Garden.

 

MIM2013 will feature living, growing, two and three dimensional sculptures with such evocative titles as The Bird Tree, The Man Who Planted Trees (after the animation by Frédéric Back), and The Forest Spirits. Based on the theme Land of Hope, the works will underscore the beauty and richness of life on Earth and raise awareness about the importance of preserving this biodiversity.

 

The exhibition — which will involve more than four million flowers and literally tons of earth — will also include a “The Nature in the City” component that presents mosaiculture as a tool for urban development. Specially designed atmospheric areas and an International Hub will be set up at the Botanical Garden, and the program will also feature “culture days” and guided activities related to the theme.

 

A dazzling exhibition of astonishing horticultural art

An event you won’t want to miss

The cultural event of summer 2013 for the whole family!