Yet, another overcast rainy day on vacation . . .
what's a girl to do?
I guess I can still walk through the garden
And admire a flower or two!
Joan of Arc Garden
Created in 1938 by landscape architect Louis Perron, the garden has its own special style: rectangular in shape and built slightly below ground level, it combines the French classical style with the British-style beds. Of rectangular shape and set slightly below ground, it is referred to as the "sunken garden", successfully associating the geometric shape of French style gardens with the lush, colourful vegetation of English borders. Visitors have an opportunity to admire over 150 species of annuals, bulbs and, especially, perennials.