In collaboration with Les Jardins de vos Rêves and Paysage gourmand, I designed the Essor comestible Garden as an urban agricultural display in which edible plants and recovered materials are combined to form an original and amazing landscaping. Installed in the Roger-Van den Hende Garden, this arrangement is an inspiring place since certain elements that compose it can easily be reproduced by the people who visit it.
The Essor Comestible Garden is mainly composed of beds made of rusty steel forming an enclosure in the center of which are arranged three green columns surrounded by various aromatic plants, vegetables and fruit shrubs grown in recycled and recovered containers.
The Essor Comestible Garden is permanently installed in the Roger-Van den Hende Garden at Laval University in Quebec City.
Be sure to visit it from June until the end of September, every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The Essor Comestible Garden could not have been achieved without the invaluable support of the following partners :
Roger-Van den Hende Garden
2480, boulevard Hochelaga
Québec (Quebec) Canada G1V 0A6