To promote and protect the environment, the City of Pointe-Claire wished to create a park for residents that would attract pollinators such as butterflies and bees. Inspired by the project’s focus on biodiversity and education, Opaysage designed the plans to bring this smart, audacious and essential project to life.
We developed an attractive, welcoming design highlighting existing trees and shrubs to maximize the full potential of the pollinator garden. We also proposed native flower species that bloom from June to September to provide food for pollinating insects.
With its three interpretive panels on columns, winding paths offering access to pollination zones, and places to sit and relax, residents can enjoy the park while learning about the importance of biodiversity.