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Visit of the Mothe garden

Visit of the Mothe garden


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The Mothe garden began to take root in 1997, by attacking an Aveyron soil, clay and rarely watered. To manage to offer a lush garden without falling into watering chores, it was necessary to favor autonomous and resistant varieties. Challenge that our gardener, Marion Wilson, was able to meet, by surrounding herself with sure values ​​- euphorbias, sedums, yuccas, boxwood, népéta… -, the skill residing in the capacity to install them so as to form harmonious sets. The consecration arrived in 2013 with the obtaining of the label "remarkable garden" which comes to reward this garden on a human scale borrowing a lot of charm.

Mothe Garden


Jardin de la Mothe The chosen plants have to fend for themselves ... which they do pretty well! If they have to rely on themselves for the water supply, the owners are there for the exercise of pruning which knows so well how to enhance certain plants, such as this clothing cut in a spiral.

Mothe Garden


Jardin de la Mothe The owners have chosen to favor autonomous plants, which can stand without watering in climatic conditions ranging from -15 ° C in winter and + 40 ° C in summer.

Mothe Garden


Jardin de la Mothe A very pleasant scene whose pleasure is just as much due to the charm of this small shaded terrace as to the multiple colors and scents of the vegetation that surrounds it: lavender, euphorbia, sedum, nepeta, santoline…

Mothe Garden


Jardin de la Mothe Fig trees soak up the summer sun while waiting to offer their sweet fruit to the locals.

Mothe Garden


Jardin de la Mothe The Jardin de la Mothe was created around an old Aveyron farm, which it now serves as a backdrop for. A nice alliance between plant and mineral!

Mothe Garden


Jardin de la Mothe Planted at the turn of the millennium, the hornbeams have grown considerably since, to the point of allowing our gardeners to give free rein to their desires for plant sculpture.

Mothe Garden


Jardin de la Mothe However delicate and airy in appearance, the pergola supports without flinching the assault of a vigorous climbing rose "Rosa Mulliganii".

Mothe Garden


Jardin de la Mothe Sedums are one of the best values ​​of arid regions, as much for their resistance to drought as for the palette of shapes and colors they offer.

Mothe Garden


Jardin de la Mothe Several hedges of charm have been punctuated by openings that give rhythm to the garden and create new points of view, such as this vegetable bull's eye that opens onto the Aveyron countryside.