Trees and Gardens
Find out everything you need to know about tree maintenance, community gardens, ragweed, green lanes and using pesticides.
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Want to grow your own vegetables in a community garden? Several Montréal boroughs allow residents to do just that.
Thinking of creating a green alleyway in your neighbourhood? There are several steps involved in doing so, from mobilizing local residents to obtaining the support available through your borough.
The island of Montréal is home to species of insect pests that can be harmful to plants and property. Find out how to prevent or limit damage to your property.
Were you thinking of using pesticides to kill weeds or insects in your garden? In Montréal, the use of pesticides is regulated. Find out everything you need to know here.
Did you know that plants and compost are offered free of charge in Montréal? Find out what your borough has to offer.
Many Montrealers are allergic to ragweed. When this invasive plant blooms in August, its pollen is the cause of hay fever.
Are you allowed to fell a tree in your backyard? What should you do with a diseased ash tree? Learn more about Montréal’s urban forest management practices.