“On a cobbled flight of steps, the newly arrived meet the wonderstruck eyes of those on their way out. A sunbathed pathway, flowers standing tall, colours, fragrances from top to bottom and bottom to top. Such is our wish. Two or more seated beneath the birds’ nests, eyes raised only to lower once more to share the garden.
Perceiving colour through the slender aerial foliage of a Chusquea mimosa ‘Australis’ bamboo plant, and making your way into the very heart of our garden… Our collective’s full vegetable diversity is on show there, colourful, opulent, intelligent and tangible. The eye travels from the wealth of ground-cover to the effusive denizens up above, stops on a perennial, the white of a petal, and is lost in admiration of Romneya coulteri’s delicate foliage: a transcendent journey into a bouquet of shared wonders. A time to look anew at the flora that surrounds us, to finally see it not simply as decoration, but as a partner in humankind’s history, essential to its future. We nurserypeople, flowers in hand, have the presumption to set about changing the world.” La French Fine Fleur
LA FRENCH FINE FLEUR -Arom’Antique, Aromaticulture, Créa’Paysage, Ets Horticoles du Cannebeth, Lumen Plantes Vivaces, Ets Pierre Turc – Turcie or, Flos Sabaudiae, Jardin d’Adoué La Canopée, Le Jardin d’Eau, Lepage Bord de Mer, Lepage Val de Loire, Le monde des Agrumes, Les Murets du Causse, Les Senteurs du Quercy, Pépinières des Laurains, Pépinière Travers, Sempervivum et Cie-
“We are nurserypeople. By joining forces, we pool our skills and, beyond that, our desire to share our passion. Our nurseries reflect the diversity we promote, whether by their specialities, size, economic importance, or plant production and reproduction methods. Diverse but also and above all united with one another in order to perpetuate our professions, share experience, and preserve, enrich and pass on that marvellous vegetable heritage of which we are the ever-watchful mediators.” La French Fine Fleur