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Provencal gardens

In Provence, ornamental garden and place of cultivation have long cohabited without real separation. Combining the useful and the pleasant, the garden has always had an intimate relationship with the surrounding countryside. Everything is an excuse to circulate the water, to protect yourself from the wind, to shape the shade and the light, to take advantage of the sun during the winter or the cover of a grove in the summer._cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b -136bad5cf58d_

The Mediterranean garden revives certain traditions such as the transformation of steep slopes into terraces or restanques, which fix the earth and retain water. Stone, a structuring element, is found in the form of low walls, arches or even sculptures. 

Sitting on different levels, like the fields of yesteryear, these Provençal gardens are here planted with olive trees punctuating carpets of lavender, santolina, rosemary, gaura, erection...

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