Plant scavenger hunt

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The Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Plant Scavenger Hunt lists 25 riddles that challenge you to identify various plant species.  Use the accompanying map to find these plants in Sainte-Anne.  Take a picture of yourself with the plant and post it to the McGill Herbarium Facebook page.  Just to keep you on your toes, some plants bloom in early summer (May/June) and others in late summer (July/August).  So, keep your eyes open, this scavenger hunt could take a whole growing season to complete!

Visit the McGill Herbarium website to find the list of clues and a map.

https://www.mcgill.ca/herbarium/explore-plants/plant-scavenger-hunt

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