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Jardin de la Bouscarella

Park and garden, Garden, Private garden in Châteauneuf-Grasse

  • A former olive farm, la Bouscarella, meaning "petite warbler", has fifteen “terraces” holding numerous plants. Flowers are visible all year round, in particular the iris planted on the top of the restored walls.

  • These are often intertwined with vine. The ensemble gives a juxtaposition of mineral tones due to the stones and colours created by the riot of vegetation. As for the “bancaus” (terraces), each one is different. The first one is a flat field surrounded by forest. This is followed by an orchard and a small farm, with a grain threshing area and its wash house, all dating from 1844. Descending, a barn dating back to 1900, with its wood store, is next to an old barn and petanque court. Further...
    These are often intertwined with vine. The ensemble gives a juxtaposition of mineral tones due to the stones and colours created by the riot of vegetation. As for the “bancaus” (terraces), each one is different. The first one is a flat field surrounded by forest. This is followed by an orchard and a small farm, with a grain threshing area and its wash house, all dating from 1844. Descending, a barn dating back to 1900, with its wood store, is next to an old barn and petanque court. Further on, multi-coloured velvet leaf accompanies the roses. Finally comes the corner called the “Asia of the South East", thanks to its pond and its plants, concludes the walk.
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    • Pets welcome
  • Rates

    €12 per person
    €11 per person for a group of 15 people or more
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