10 Years of L'Art des Jardins
We look back on an adventure that started in 2009 with a new approach to garden publishing: showing the creative wealth and diversity of today's gardens in France and telling the stories of the people who design and plant them.
Olivier Filippi, the Dry Garden Philosopher
Botanist, nurseryman and writer, Olivier Filippi is a keen observer of Mediterranean flora and shows us the garden he has created in perfect balance with its setting.
Rockrose, perfect for dry soil
These graceful bushes stand up to prolonged dry spells and bloom nonstop for many months.
The true spirit of Arpaillan Garden has been brought back to life
Cathy de Cassière displays finds the perfect equilibrium for this terraced garden set in the woods amidst former watercress beds.
A garden sketched into the Normandy countryside
In his private garden in the Perche region of Normandy, landscaper Philippe Dubreuil has created a leafy stage in harmony with its surroundings for expressing his authentic passion for plants.
Four gardens in Lorraine celebrate art
As summer approaches, four gardens full of individuality near the city of Nancy serve as the perfect settings for art exhibitions.
Camille Muller's wild vegetable garden
Tucked into the centre of town, this landscaper's refuge is a secret garden filled with memories in the spirit of his many creations.
Lise Marchal shows us one of her own completed projects and walks us through the design process.
The gardens of Atlantis on the Azores
With its forests of cryptomeria, hydrangea-filled woods, tea plantations and lush gardens, the Azores island of Sao Miguel is home to a collection of parks and gardens of extraordinary botanical wealth.
These bushy plants in the Proteacaea family are a key element of the finbos, the heaths that carpet the rugged coasts of South Africa.