There are several flower beds within the Plains of Abraham. The largest is the Joan of Arc Garden with over 150 species of plants. This horticultural setting for a statue of Joan of Arc was created in 1938 by Louis Perron. Another garden is between this service pavilion and the Edwin-Bélanger Bandstand. In the center is the Centennial Fountain. The monument was erected in 1967 to mark the 100th anniversary of the Canadian Confederation. This act unified British colonies into the Dominion of Canada with four provinces: Québec, Ontario, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.