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Les Marchés Publics de Montréal
Since 1968

Chez Michel

All merchants |  Christmas trees, Fruit and vegetable growers, Horticulturists

Chez Michel, Horticulteurs

Chez Michel is a family business located in the heart of Little Italy in Montreal. Since 1968, it has been offering top quality products, all year round!

Spring/Summer: Flowers, herbs, exotic plants, terracotta pots, repotting service (bring your pots!) and delivery service.

Automn: Italian peppers and tomatoes. Hot peppers and garlic from Quebec. Everything for reserves and winter preserves.

winter season: Christmas tree market. Hundreds of fir trees on display and decorations of all kinds: wreaths, wooden reindeer and branches. Fast delivery service. Find us behind the SAQ market, Casgrain side!

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Potting soil

Potting soil for indoor and outdoor plants.

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Fraser Fir

The Fraser fir is the most resistant of all the firs. Its branches are strong and it has excellent needle retention.

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Falsam Fir

A cross between the two most well-known Christmas trees: balsam and Fraser fir. Fragrant and resistant.

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Balsam Fir

The traditional Christmas tree.  Balsam firs are the most fragrant of the firs.

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Birch Reindeer

Decorative reindeer made out of birch. A natural christmas decoration, unique from the markets!

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Vegetable plant

Vegetable plant: tomato, eggplant, salad, pepper... Your merchant will tell what he has for you, just ask him.

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Vegetable or fruit hanging basket

Strawberry, tomato... Ask your merchant what kind of hanging basket he has.

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Herb plant

Fresh herbs plants are perfects for your garden or your balcony. Depending the merchant, you will find plants of: basil, coriander, curry, chives, eucalyptus, Moroccan mint, spearmint, oregano, rosemary, savory, stevia, thyme... Used it to flavor a flat or to make tea!

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Basil plant

Basil is commonly used fresh in cooked recipes. In general, it is added at the last moment, as cooking quickly destroys the flavor. The fresh herb can be kept for a short time in plastic bags in the refrigerator, or for a longer period in the freezer, after being blanched quickly in boiling water. The dried herb also loses most of its flavor, and what little flavor remains tastes very different, with a weak coumarin flavor, like hay.

Basil is one of the main ingredients in pesto -a green Italian oil-and-herb sauce. Its other main ingredients are olive oil, garlic, and pine nuts.

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Ghost chili pepper

With its 1,000, 000 of Scotville scale*, this hot pepper of habanero type will become the fire at yours lingual papillas.

*Scotville scale: measures the pungency (spicy heat) of chili peppers. From 100 to 500: sweet pepper.

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Cherry pepper

Small, sweet and mild pepper.

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Jalapeño pepper

Superhot pepper.

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Poblano pepper

Hot pepper.

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Impatiens New Guinea

Annuals. Sunlight: sun and shade.

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Hibiscus

Hibiscus is a kind of plants annuals or perennials that has more than 30,000 varieties. Hibiscus is part of the mallow family (Malvaceae). We find hibiscus bush on rods or for those that are annual. These plants are often associated to tropics.

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Geranium

They are commonly seen in bedding schemes in parks and gardens, but can also be grown indoors as houseplants if given enough light. More compact erect and trailing varieties are ideal for window boxes and hanging baskets, in association with other half-hardy plants like lobelias, petunias and begonias.

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