The garden is like paradise since its making readable the signs of the holy union of human and nature.
Union, by the diversity of plants, shrubs and trees – most of all more then vegetal since they’re holding a non-material symbolic in touch with the human eyes.
Union, by the humble game of the nature of which the beauty is not jealous of the human-made sculptures following to the shared enjoyment of steel.
Union, by the community gathering of more then 200 rose bushes of which the beauty is simultaneously unique and universal, by the image of the human soul.
Union, by the attention and respect in front of a endemic fauna who is offering a reward by its direct support and propriety lessons.
On about 2 hectares, the garden opens to the gallery and hilltops on about thirty tree linded Faysses: typical terraces made up of dry stones.