Despite being a relatively densely-populated area, there are literally hundreds of crops that grow in Quebec, including fruits and vegetables, greenhouse crops, and even Christmas trees.
The main fruits grown in Quebec include blueberries, apples, and strawberries.
Quebec's vegetable produce include cabbage, onions, potatoes, and carrots, to name a few.
What else does Quebec produce?
Well, although Quebec does produce a variety of crops, only a small amount of its land is suitable for farming. Quebec's biggest contribution is via manufacturing and servicing, although there is one more thing that Quebec is famous for...
That's right; maple syrup. Quebec is the largest producer of maple syrup in all of Canada, and a staggering 75% of all the world's supply of maple syrup is produced there. Delicious!
Have a look at this great video showing you how maple syrup is made: