A grass garden
A garden more suited to dry or poor soils and marine environments
A subtle dosage of grasses in varied shades and heights makes it possible to create a very natural and lively decor, which moves with the slightest breeze and enlivens the decor all year round.
The garden, a source of diversity
Leave room for wandering plants
Contrary to popular belief, a planted and gardened space is not hostile to spontaneous or wild plants, far from it.
A garden for dry land
To defy the drought
Sand garden, gravel garden or poor soil, it uses species capable of surviving or even thriving with very little rain.
Rethinking the flower garden
Composed around densely planted beds, this concept with variable geometry can be suitable for a very small garden as well as a much larger plot of land due to its modular nature.
The return of large bulbous plants
To create new scenes
Peonies, irises, daylilies, agapanthus, dahlias… the high bulbous, rhizomatous and tuberous plants take over from the spring bulbs at ideal times, from spring to autumn.
Like on the edge of a wood
With shrubs adapted to low light.
A forest environment or undergrowth suitable for shade plants can be transposed into a real garden.
Long live self-cleaning plants
Simplify maintenance but keep beautiful flowers and foliage
Without removing a “favorite” or a very demanding plant, it is easy to surround them with bulbs, perennials and small shrubs requiring little or no cleaning.
Thinking and rethinking the garden today
A source of renewal
The search for lasting solutions is an opportunity to redefine the fundamentals of a garden and to update its sources of inspiration.
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