The Paris arboretum has some 1,200 trees, which occupy different preserved natural environments – including a wetland, a reed bed and a limestone meadow. Discover the 650 species of deciduous and coniferous trees, carefully labelled, to get to know remarkable trees.
The Parc de Bagatelle is one of the City of Paris’s four botanical gardens. Giant trees, varied plant life, little bridges, rocks, caves, expanses of water and artificial waterfalls add to the charm and romantic aspect of the park. Admire the magnificent rose garden with 10,000 rose bushes from 1,200 different species.
The Jardin des serres d’Auteuil is one of the four botanical gardens maintained by the City of Paris. Created in 1761 under Louis XV, this elegant garden is organised around a huge parterre in the traditional French style. Collections include rare plants, remarkable trees, a palm house, and a beautiful aviary.
The Lautaret garden is located at an altitude of 2100 meters at the Col du Lautaret in the Hautes-Alpes. For more than 100 years, this garden has maintained and preserved a vast collection of 2000 species of flowers from the mountains of the world, in an exceptional landscape setting facing the glaciers of La Meije.
Opened in 1969, the Parc Floral de Paris changes with the seasons, and is popular with plant and nature lovers. Along with the Parc de Bagatelle, École Du Breuil and the Jardin des Serres d’Auteuil, it forms the botanical garden of Paris. Extending over 28 hectares, the park has four distinct landscape spaces.
This one-of-a-kind garden, which is divided into 40 zones and recreates natural environments, is a veritable open-air museum. Discover this exceptional site, with over 3,000 plant species on 3.5 hectares, whose uniqueness invites you to journey through the reconstitution of Mediterranean landscapes.
First known as “Parc Frescatelly”, the Botanical Garden is a 4.4-hectare landscape-style park, created in 1866. It offers many original plant collections: the arboretum with ginkgos, redwoods and bald cypress all centuries old; the rose garden, the scented garden, the grass collection and the perennial flowerbeds.
In 1745, the King of France, Louis XV, requested Jacques Philippe Mareschal design the gardens. Situated at the location of ancient remains, this is Europe’s first public garden featuring a classic 18th century garden and a mediterranean garden.
A listed site around a castle covered with slate from the beginning of the 19th century , the romantic and picturesque gardens of Marqueyssac offer more than 6 kilometers of walks lined with 150,000 century-old hand-cut box trees and decorated with belvederes, rock gardens, wooden huts, dry stone.
Au-delà des jardins proprement dits, s’étend le Parc qui les prolonge naturellement grâce, notamment, à deux immenses pièces d’eau : le Grand Canal et la pièce d’eau des Suisses.
A living museum of plants and a conservatory of biodiversity, the Marnay-sur-Seine botanical garden invites you to reconsider your relationship to the plant world. Stroll through the different parts of the garden arranged according to a route of around twenty themes: the path of evolution, the rose gardens, the medicinal plants, the condiment plants, the…
The Garden of Vaux-le-Vicomte is organized around a brilliantly controlled perspective , more than three kilometers long. By composing the staging of the castle and its setting in the space of 33 hectares cut in the heart of nature, André Le Nôtre and Louis le Vau achieve the most perfect harmony between architecture and landscape of the entire 17th century . The strength and nobility of its overall design, the abundance of water and surprises and its theatrical majesty make the garden of Vaux-le-Vicomte the founding work of a new art, that of French gardens. . They also make this theater an invitation to knowledge, imagination and pleasure.