Facing the Golfe de Saint-Tropez, the botanical garden is an oxygen injection ! discover the luscious greens and the numerous mediterranean plants authentic to our region by strolling through the the alleys of the botanical garden.
From the dwarf palm to the Chile coconut tree,the park offers a thousand topics of interest for young and old !
the shrubs from our hills
The Arbutus, small tree 1 to 5 meters in height with evergreen leaves whose oval leaves, elongated and toothed, are colored dark green for their outer face and light green for their internal face. Its round fruits with a rough surface are edible. Its branches are covered with these fruits which, with maturity, change from green to orange to red.
The Myrtle tree,small tree 1 to 3 meters in height, is a very common shrub very common in the Massif des Maures. Its fruits are small black edible berries, with a very sticky taste.
The Rockrose, Mediterranean shrub, is recognized by its narrow leaves, rolled on the edges and viscous. Its flowering, white or pink is spectacular.
The Parasol Pine marks the landscape by its outline. Called « Pine Pine nuts », this tree looks like a gigantic open umbrella. Magnifi
The Holm Oak, representative tree of the scrubland, has evergreen leaves with thorny edges. Not to mention the cork oak with thick and cracked bark is still used for making corks.
Pour tout âge
* From April 1st to September 30th : everyday from 8:00am to 8:00pm
* From October 1st to March 31st : everyday from 8:00am to 5:00pm
Contact the park keeper : (+33) 04 94 96 64 85
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