Abandoned for half a century, this piece of land has been thoughtfully made over in a way that preserves its magic.
A descending series of little ponds are home to frogs, dragonflies, mayflies…
The 1920s building is set in a garden of light and shade planted with little fruit trees, melliferous plants and aromatic herbs….
In 1992 the garden became part of the network of nature gardens managed by Natagora.
The label ‘Nature Network’ underlines the commitment of the owner to managing a garden in the most ecological way possible, encouraging wild fauna and flora.