It's four years since we last visited this site and it has continued to develop by leaps and bounds. With over 400 different varieties of roses in a range of different gardens, it is a place where you can spend hours just wandering about. Take a picnic - you can come and go from the big carpark all day as the nearest eating places are in Simiane la Rotonde. The best time to visit is mid may to mid june when the roses are at their best although it will always be a relaxing experience. There is no attempt to regiment the plants and everything seems to be in its natural place. Much credit is due to the enthusiasm and skill of the head gardener who also runs the pepiniere (selling roses!) adjacent to the garden.
The restored church in the grounds is a lovely peaceful place with connections to prehistory.For those with euros to spend, there is an attractive gift shop.
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