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The Panoramic Gardens take you into a world of themed spaces and woodland trails, where you will learn about the local countryside thanks to a number of working craftspeople. Discover the Garden of Colors, The Sorcerers' Garden, the old-fashioned garden, and the water garden, reflecting some of the...

The Bois Richeux farm is one of the oldest farms in France. Around since the Celtic times, the gardens have an exceptionally fruitful history, dating back to the 12th century before belonging to Madame de Maintenon and Louis XIV. The medieval gardens were reestablished in 1996 from descriptions in...

Located near the French town of Le Chatellier, the Botanical garden of Upper Brittany is a must visit attraction with its breathtaking beautiful landscapes, theme gardens, flowering trees, colorful greenhouses, fruit orchards and exotic plants. Kids, adults, couples, and families are sure to enjoy...

This estate is the last garden of Menton that remains the property of the same family since 1915. The current owner, William Waterfield, specially interested in botany, collects tropical species, particularly bulb plants from South Africa. The landscaping of the garden Clos du Peyronnet is quit...

The garden was first created in 1910 by Parisian businessman Alfred Theodore Courmes when he built his retirement home on a promontory overlooking the Baie du Figuier. In addition to a small farm on the site (1909), he constructed his first house (1912, subsequently the Hotel de la Mer) and later...

Drulon castle is the centrepiece of a 200 hectare estate. It is a bucolic gem hidden in Berry’s mysterious and intimate “bocage” landscape. The castle’s body is composed of two piece. The eldest part, on the left, dates back to the XVth century and includes the tower with its loopholes and the...

Delighting all of the senses, the spectacular gardens of Monaco offer everything from lush, flowering rose bushes and exotic cacti to serene Japanese landscapes. Unique plants of native and foreign origin dot the Principality - from the Casino terraces to the median strips along the esplanades - in...

Jardins de l'imaginaire
Designed in 1996 by landscape architect Kathryn Gustafson and architect Ian Ritchie, it uses thirteen tableaux to present the myths and legends of the history of gardens, the axis of winds, perspectives elementary gardens; the sacred wood; the tunnel of vegetation; the theater of greenery; the...

The garden is named after a young 19th-century nun to whom the Virgin Mary was said to have appeared as she tended the kitchen garden. These days the garden’s visitors are far less spiritual – mainly Parisians wanting to relax in the 7,000-m² expanse of lawns and greenery. The garden’s fruit trees...

The Jardin d'acclimatation (zoological park) was created in 1860 at the initiative of the 'savante société impériale zoologique d'acclimatation' presided over by Isidore Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire. Laid out by Davioud and Barillet Deschamps, it displayed a luxuriant flora in the winter garden of the...

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