Studio de design floral et production de fleurs d'exception
EDUCATION & AWARENESS
Enfants Sauvages seasonally welcomes students to impart knowledge and expertise in agriculture and entrepreneurship.
Want to do an internship or gain field experience at our farm? Write to us!
LIEU D'ÉDUCATION & DE SENSIBILISATION
Enfants Sauvages accueille des étudiants afin de transmettre savoirs et expertises en agriculture et en entreprenariat.
ABOUT OUR ACTIVITIES
Visit the Enfants Sauvages flower farm and attend our various workshops!
"Make healthy and local flowers accessible"
Enfants Sauvages produces over 60 varieties of flowers for individuals and florists.
"Enchant the everyday"
A family business that makes the magic of flowers accessible to anyone who hears their call.
"Human - Sustainability - Family - Creativity"
The Enfants Sauvages flower farm recognizes the value of harmonious human relationships as a fundamental element of a lasting project. Enfants Sauvages guarantees conscious and authentic communication.
Our company is committed to respecting our land and our bees by practicing local and ecological agriculture.
A welcoming and inclusive place, just like the family at its heart.
A touch of magic accessible to everyone, for all occasions.
Our agricultural project was the fruit of our union: Thierry is specialized in organic farm management, while Lilou is an expert in project creation and cultural mediation. We were both (urban!) beekeepers before we met. So, it was only natural to combine our passions and expertise to create a project aligned with our vision.
Our son Hazel reminds us every day that respect for our land and our environment is at the core of our principles.
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Since her early childhood, Alice (Lilou) learned all about composition, light and colours from her mother, who was a painter. Of Franco-Colombian origin and living in Montreal for over 12 years, Lilou specializes in cultural mediation and event creation. More specifically, she sets up projects that combine urban agriculture, community and the arts! Flowers are never too far away: for several years, she piloted a project fusing arts and urban beekeeping called "God Save the Queen" on the roof of the Darling Montreal Foundry.
She is also behind the “Récolte de ville - Pesto solidaire (City Harvest - Solidarity Pesto)" project on the roof of the Palais des Congrès de Montréal, an initiative combining social reintegration and urban agriculture. Lilou also contributed to the large-scale "Les Jardineries" project at Montreal’s Olympic Park, in collaboration with "La Pépinière | Espaces collectifs". She also holds a bachelor's degree in Midwifery from the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières.
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Thierry is originally from Montreal. He is passionate about cooking and harvesting ingredients in the wild. An eternal nature-lover, it didn’t take long for Thierry to realize he wanted to run a farm.
Thierry graduated from Cégep de Victoriaville in Organic Farm Management. He was also trained in urban beekeeping with the Miel Montréal cooperative and worked with them before running the Enfants Sauvages apiary. He is interested in alternative beekeeping, ecological agriculture and meditation!
His resilience and positivity are the pillars of Enfants Sauvages. Thanks to his expertise, sustainably grown flowers are available to you, directly from the farm!