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Set high in the Perigord Noir, 13 Km from Sarlat, Eyrignac and its gardens is an historic monument from the 17th and 18th centuries, open all year round to individuals, families and groups.  An absolute must see are the 300 sculpted plants, superbly and artistically hand clipped by our gardeners. ...

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...

In this timeless place, an original approach was initiated: to protect, welcome and preserve for future generations all the rare or endangered species of the world's mountains. Every year, in November and March (according to the cycle of species) the Arboretum introduces new species on its site....

The Arboretum des Barres is near Montagris in Central France. The Arboretum des Barres was begun in 1873 and covers 35 hectares. It is divided into three magnificent collections each with a walk around the collection ensuring that you see the best of the plants. It is classified as one of the "...

Spread out over 865 hectares, the Bois was once the Forêt de Rouvray hunting grounds. It was landscaped in the 1860s, when artificial grottos and waterfalls were created around the Lac Inférieur. The Jardin de Bagatelle is famous for its roses and water lilies, and contains an orangery that rings...

This is Paris's biggest park, created, like the Bois de Boulogne in the west, when the former royal hunting forest was landscaped by Alphand for Baron Haussmann. There are boating lakes, a Buddhist temple, a racetrack, restaurants, a baseball field and a small farm. The park also contains 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...

The park was restored in 1970. Guy de Vendeuvre was inspired by the plans of the 18th century, simplifying and completing them with creations on the theme of water and topiary. Topiary at the front, the garden has a suspended water mirror at the back, bordered by lime blossoms. From the terrace...

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...

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