The Quebec Corner is a look at the maple-hickory forest, a small pocket of a forest environment typical of the Montréal region. It presents some examples of the local native flora.
The banks of a pond and a small stream are planted with some representative specimens from the wetlands around Montréal Island. Among the species found there is the blue flag iris (Iris versicolor), the floral emblem of Quebec.
This maple stand, with its many spring-flowering species, becomes a welcome refuge from the heat in summer and an excellent place to watch the birds that come to drink and to feast on fruit and insects.
The Québec Corner is adjacent to the Monastery Garden, the Medicinal Plants Garden and the Toxic Plants Garden.