In early June, I visited Pierre-Yves to discover his incredible gardens. What a surprise! In these green settings, nature is constantly on the move. Wicker weavings intertwine under century-old trees. Wicker plaits, tontines, willow huts and lattice hedges blend in with the tall trees, wild flowers, mandala vegetable garden, oseraie, and the many paths that wind in all directions.
Pierre-Yves explains that the garden was originally the orchard of the château opposite. Abandoned and overgrown with brambles, he reclaimed it 15 years ago and transformed it into the natural garden we know today.
Pierre-Yves explains that the garden was originally the orchard of the château opposite.