Les jardins d'Emmarocalles


1068, route 317
Ripon (Québec)
J0V 1V0




The nursery is open !

Due to the weather this spring, the gardens will open on June 27 (one week later than scheduled)

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  Image: Michel et mireille 2012 par Nathalie Lauzon


Our garden is located in Ripon, in the heart of the Petite-Nation. Come and relax in this beautifuly country setting, where silence is disturbed only by the sound of birds and the odd cow.

Take the time to appreciate the colours, shapes and scent of flowers while strolling through paths decorated with poem and artsy objects. Go slowly and admire birds, butterflies and other pollinizers.

The garden features an impressive collection of daylilies with 1,500 cultivars. It is registered among the few Quebec "official display gardens" of the American Hemerocallis Society. Visit our Daylily Interpretation Centre to find out more about this marvelous plant. 

The garden also displays more than 1000 varieties of perennials.

Image: harmonie avec visiteurs croppée 

Image: Echinacées et hémérocalles et grange 2011



Currently spreading over 5 acres of landscaped area with thematic flowerbeds,  the garden sits on a century-old farmland. While daylilies generally bloom from mid-July to the end of August, visitors in the gardens can appreciate numerous varieties of perennials and shrubs from June to September.


Most of the plants are available at competitive prices at our nursery, and at le Marché solidarité de l'Outaouais. We will be pleased to give you advice on plant growth and maintenance.  


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Michel Tardif and Mireille Albert    


Regional award winner and finalist at the Grands Prix du tourisme québécois (provincial level) held on May 14, 2013. Thank you to all friends, customers and visitors who have encouraged us all throughout the years


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