Frosted Gardens bring whimsy to Saskatoon with neon-lit slides, frozen sculptures

Saskatoon's Delta Bessborough Gardens have been transformed by ice and light thanks to Frosted Gardens.

Saskatoon's Delta Bessborough Gardens are a sight to see at night

Frosted Gardens is on in Saskatoon until Feb. 19. (Eric Anderson/CBC)

Saskatoon's Delta Bessborough Gardens have been transformed by carved ice and neon light thanks to Frosted Gardens.

CBC's Eric Anderson visited the enchanted scene at night, ahead of CBC Radio's Sask Weekend interview with the people behind the event. The show airs Saturday and Sunday at 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. CST.

Icy creatures roam the garden's corners. (Eric Anderson/CBC)
A slick, neon slide. (Eric Anderson/CBC)
Ready, set, go! (Eric Anderson/CBC)
A loving couple. (Eric Anderson/CBC)
Fish dance in glossy waves. (Eric Anderson/CBC)
A glowing bust. (Eric Anderson/CBC)
A glowing, icy creature frozen in time. (Eric Anderson/CBC)


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