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Visit the medieval garden of Sainte-Suzanne

Visit the medieval garden of Sainte-Suzanne


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What could be more natural than a medieval garden in a medieval city? This is the reflection that some amateur gardeners have made, in love with the beauty of this site placed on a rocky outcrop which offers it a dominant 360 ° view of the surroundings. For that, it was first necessary to reconquer the ground, to take again the masonry which stabilizes the plots staged all along the side of the hill, and to clear. But not only. It was also necessary to reinvent everything, which was done in particular by immersing oneself in the books of illuminations of former times to rediscover the art of plant associations and plessis. After a few years of effort, the medieval garden of Sainte-Suzanne offers visitors to this small town of character - also classified as one of the most beautiful villages in France - the pleasure of a flowered break at the foot of the ramparts, under the benevolent eye of the castle.

Medieval garden of Sainte-Suzanne


J-F. Mahé The entrance to the arbor made of chestnut poles, planted with climbing roses, such as the Crimson Shower, rose-creepers several meters long that cling to the trellis and intersect with the clematis and hops.

Medieval garden of Sainte-Suzanne


J-F. Mahé It is a delight to enter this world of flowers and let yourself be taken in by the scent of these intoxicating roses, both of beauty and fragrance, those of Russeliana.

Medieval garden of Sainte-Suzanne


J-F. Mahé A door on the claustra which opens the space onto a hilly landscape at the bottom of which the Erve river flows calmly. On either side of this rosebush, hollyhocks that stretch towards the sky.

Medieval garden of Sainte-Suzanne


J-F. Mahé The square of medicinal herbs with absinthe, clary sage and its beautiful flowering stems.

Medieval garden of Sainte-Suzanne


J-F. Mahé Each square is planted or sown with a category of plants. Here, condiments and spices including horseradish, mustard.

Medieval garden of Sainte-Suzanne


J-F. Mahé The ashtray also called wild hazel, is close to other medieval orchard trees such as apple, medlar, walnut and chestnut. Slate plaques, painted with great finesse, in the medieval spirit, allow visitors to learn the names of the different species.

Medieval garden of Sainte-Suzanne


J-F. Mahé Part of the cloister where the hollyhocks hang and in the background the surrounding wall on which lean blue irises and mulleins.

Medieval garden of Sainte-Suzanne


J-F. Mahé Again, the perspective on the arbor and on the left, the plessage where the squash will hang: spaghetti, gourd, amphora, club, African calabash, pumpkin ... At the tip of the massif, some blue nigelles mix with the worries . A large white lily dominates the situation.

Medieval garden of Sainte-Suzanne


J-F. Mahé A bench built in the medieval way in chestnut branches assembled or braided for the file. It is backed by a hedge of live wickers woven into diamonds.

Medieval garden of Sainte-Suzanne


J-F. Mahé Under construction, a "Garden of Mary" which will become the place conducive to meditation, to meditation, when it is planted with various species (lilies, peonies), surrounded by small box trees and plessages.



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