Located in Montérégie, the Jardin Daniel A. Séguin
was born out of the desire to provide a real life-size laboratory for the students of the Institut de technologie agroalimentaire du Québec (ITAQ). This maskoutain flagship is a magnificent 4.5 hectare floral park which now has three vocations: educational, cultural and tourist. Recognized for its large annual flower collection, it expresses its beauty through more than 20 thematic gardens highlighting ornamental, environmental and nurturing horticulture. In addition, the Daniel Jardin Daniel A. Séguin
welcomes his visitors via the "Pavillon horticole écoresponsable". Dedicated to the benefits of horticulture on the environment, the Pavilion is a popular education showcase dedicated to the promotion of urban agriculture and phytotechnologies in Quebec.