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LE JARDIN DE SILIERE

Park and garden in Cohons

  • The Silère Garden was laid out in formal French style in the second half of the 17th century and is attributed to that gardening genius, André Le Nôtre. It has a classical architectural layout with boxwood parterres, walks bordered with linden trees, the whole forming a symbolism relating an allegorical tale of a person’s progress through life.

    Beyond its fountains and impeccably clipped boxwood, walking through the garden is both aesthetically pleasing and a symbol of Man’s mastery over...
    The Silère Garden was laid out in formal French style in the second half of the 17th century and is attributed to that gardening genius, André Le Nôtre. It has a classical architectural layout with boxwood parterres, walks bordered with linden trees, the whole forming a symbolism relating an allegorical tale of a person’s progress through life.

    Beyond its fountains and impeccably clipped boxwood, walking through the garden is both aesthetically pleasing and a symbol of Man’s mastery over nature.

    The romantic 19th century walk takes in the length of a sparkling stream with a waterfall and limestone rock outcrop. “Remarkable Wooded Grounds” Label.