The sparkling universe of two ceramists
Plastic artists and gardeners, Jacques and Juliette Damville have transfigured space with multiple ceramics, and their garden of sculptures and metamorphoses is propelled a little beyond reality.
Alex Cassel and Malgorzata Paszko's green workshop
Vibrant sculptures and two artist studios inhabit this valley where water channels the reflections. In this greenery suffused with softness, Axel Cassel and Malgorzata Paszko merged life and work, drawing their inspiration from nature.
Le jardin de la Noria, terrain d’expériences
Designed by the landscape architects Arnaud Maurières and Éric Ossart in 2004, the Noria garden was extended a few years later by a “sculpture meadow” which gave rise to a hybrid place with a very special texture.
Pelargoniums with fragrant foliage and a serrated, velvety, light or dark green, purple or silvery appearance offer surprising diversity.
The botanical park of Haute Bretagne
Alain Jouno covers twenty-five hectares of botanical scenes with all the diversity of sources of inspiration, from the Western garden to the style effects of Asian gardens.
Acclimatations vagabondes en sous-bois
Acclimatizing original plants of Asian origin in the undergrowth, the Vert ’Tige nursery opens its garden to us.
Chinese dogwoods, superb pagoda trees
The stepped silhouette and the pyramidal port of the Cornus kousa make them the stars of spring. Singly or in groups, they catch the eye with their spring flowering as well as their fall colors.
The gardens of Barbados, jewel of the Caribbean
Located in the eastern Antilles, Barbados enjoys a delicious climate, softened by the breeze of the trade winds, particularly favorable to gardeners who have installed superb tropical gardens there for several decades.
Rare beauties from Asia and elsewhere for shady gardens
Native to Asia, some original plants like Tricyrtis are hardy and can be cultivated easily, renewing our palette of shade and partial shade plants.
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