Parc du Grand-Blottereau, France
Enjoy spring time at the 22 hectares of Parc du Grand-Blottereau in France.
Dedicated to exotic plants and flowers since it was left to the city by Thomas II Dobrée in 1905, the Grand Blottereau has been continuing and increasing an exotic aspect for 40 years. The park offers you a journey through the different natural landscapes and fields that are cultivated around the world: the Mediterranean, the bayous of America and the hills of South Korea.
There are tropical greenhouses where they house exotic plants that are one hundred years old. There is an unique collection of utilitarian plants: food crops, aromatic plants, medicinal plants or plants that are used in textiles.
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