The Jardin de la Baudière in La Réorthe is a large garden mixing vegetable garden and pleasure. This garden descends in terraces to the river, Le Lay.
The Beaupuy Park extends around a house built at the end of the 19th century, in 1871. It is a place of walk open to the public, very popular as soon as the nice days are here.
La Cantaudière Park offers a rich landscape of woods and meadows. The atmosphere is very rural, you can see cattle grazing peacefully at the bend in the road.
The Garden of Ouche-Morelle in Saint-Hilaire-du-Bois. It is a garden with multiple facets, different atmospheres.
The Park of the Castle of La Flocellière is a place rich of several centuries of history. Located in the North-East of Vendée, near the Puy-du-Fou.
The park surrounds the old castle with its proud keep, the whole dating from the Middle Ages.
The Frelonnière is a very intimate garden, located in the heart of the Vendée bocage. I had the pleasure of photographing it twice, the first time, I was unlucky enough to see the weather getting cloudy, making the photographic conditions three mediocre.
The garden of Goulet is a contemporary garden that was created around a pleasure villa.
The Park of the Castle of Nesmy, a place whose particularity is constituted of a hydraulic network, connects between them five ponds. Photographing this park was a real pleasure because it is very interesting to go through.
The Priory of Sérigné is a village park, perched on high walls, overlooking the surrounding life of Sérigné.
The Parc des Roches-Baritaud is a large, very green space built around a 15th century fortified construction.
The Parc du château de Saint-André in Mareuil is a fairly hilly place, very beautiful for those who love photography or painting. There are many curiosities there, such as a stork’s nest, perched at the top of a large dead tree.
Joshua Tree National Park is located in California, exactly to the southeast. About 150 miles east of Los Angeles.
The Logis de Chaligny in Sainte-Pexine in Vendée is classified as a Remarkable Garden. It is a pure Vendée house thanks to its geometric structure of regular gardens.
Dead Horse Point State Park is located in close proximity to Canyonlands National Park. It is a small park reaching an altitude of 1,800 meters. You can observe the meanders of the Colorado River 600 meters below.
The Loriot gardens are located near Roche-sur-Yon. These gardens are made up of different plots of bocage.
The garden of Bâtiment in Thiré in Vendée is a garden that has been created from all parts. The central building, completely renovated, is from the 17th century.
The priory of Saint-Pierre de Réaumur has a very special garden. Its composition, very atypical, predates the 17th century.
The medieval garden of Bazoges en Pareds is spread out at the foot of the village keep dating from the 14th century and 30m high. Medieval-inspired, this garden is made up of vegetable, medicinal, aromatic or witchcraft-related plants.
The Cordeliers garden of Fontenay-le-Comte was created on the site of the former Cordeliers convent. It was in this convent that François Rabelais lived.
The Breton Vendée Marsh is a territory of 45,000 ha of wetlands straddling the Loire-Atlantique and the Vendée.
The Barbinière park in Saint-Laurent-sur-Sèvre is a very pretty green place. It stretches along the Nantes river Sèvre, nestled between wet meadows and hillsides.
The Park of the Château de La Baugisière in Saint-Michel-Le-Cloucq in Vendée was built around an 18th century residence.
The Jardins de La Cure in Mortagne-Sur-Sèvre in Vendée are a superb belvedere with a panoramic view of the Sèvre Nantaise
The Clemenceau landscaped park is public and built around an old house in the town of Chantonnay in Vendée.
Photo report on the garden of the Logis de la Chabotterie in Saint-Sulpice-le-Verdon in Vendée. French garden.
Photo report on Château l’Auneau in Saint-Hilaire-le-Vouhis in Vendée, Remarkable garden, 19th century Villa-Castel.