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Relax on a tropical island at the Montreal Botanical Garden's latest exhibit

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DH Montreal Staff Jan 02, 2017 3:33 am 294
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Escape the cold weather for an afternoon courtesy of the Montreal Botanical Garden.

Thanks to the Garden’s latest exhibit, “Under the Palms and Banana Trees,” Montrealers can be transported to the warm, southern tropics without leaving the city.

Relax in the lush warmth of the Main Exhibition Greenhouse and enjoy an urban tropical experience like no other. The exhibit features exotic flora, fauna, and even fruit. See as pineapples, mangoes, passion fruit, lychees, and more grow in their natural habitat.

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On until January 8, 2017, Under the Palms and Banana Trees is an excellent opportunity to learn about a different ecosystem and remember what it feels like to not be constantly cold.

Regular entrance fees apply ($15.50 for adults and $7.75 for children).

Under the Palms and Banana Trees

When: Until January 8, 2017
Where: Montreal Botanical Garden,  4101 Rue Sherbrooke E


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