Gardens by Artists
An Enchanted Garden in Brittany
The landscaper Uriel Dein invites us to escape to a fanciful universe nestled under the branches of apples trees and a vast pine tree, where our path takes us on an adventure alive with mysterious shapes.
Les Jardins du Nouveau Monde: The Gardens of the New World
These prestigious gardens featuring plants native to North America were designed by the renowned landscapers Mark Rudkin and Madison Cox.
The Poetry of the Petit Chasseur Garden
Near Orléans, Edith MacLeod and Bruno Walerski have created a garden of ever-changing compositions, with a particularly striking display of asters in autumn.
Asters: The "Stars" at the Jardin de Campagne
Along the hillsides of the Val-d’Oise near Paris, this garden and nursery run by Nathalie Becq was awarded France's prestigious "Jardin remarquable" label and offers a wide choice of very attractive asters.
A Young Bamboo Garden Takes Root
Denis Duperthuy's vast garden and nursery, les Jardins de Lornay, in France's Haute-Savoie region offers the perfect setting for discovering a wide range of bamboos and decorative grasses.
The Phenomenal Iris Spuria Family
At his nursery "Les Iris de la Baie" in Brittany's Finistère region, Jean-Claude Jacob offers a very wide choice of big Iris Spuria, all truly stunning.
Timothy Vaughan's Tropical Garden
The Caribbean island of Saint-Vincent is home to one of the most lush private gardens anywhere, created by Timothy Vaughan. The profusion of tropical wonders leaves one in total ecstasy.
The magic of waterlilies with their colourful star-shaped flowers that seem to emerge from the depths to illuminate a pond's surface make them among the most popular aquatic plants.
Gardens by Artists
Tempelhof, The Transformed Garden
Metaphysical, formal and futuristic, this garden imagined by Huub and Adelheid Kortekaas sprung up almost twenty years ago in the Netherlands.
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