The park and the extraordinary Gardens

At the heart of the Loire Valley, the Château Bourdaisière covers an area of ​​55 hectares where the Prince Gardener has developed a school of nature and the art of living in the French.

The park and the extraordinary Gardens

Castle Bourdaisière flourishes in the middle of a park of 55 hectares with remarkable species including cedar collections, redwood, chestnut, oak. The paths of the park are lined with educational boards Deyrolle et Deyrolle for the Future that make entertaining and informative walk. A near walking & nbsp; allows brave to speak with an invigorating walk. The National Tomato Conservatory established in 1995 with nearly 650 varieties takes a look of unique collection. Also discover over 150 other vegetables that make up the garden. The garden of medicinal plants that illustrates what heals the body and mind; Dahliacolor to the more than 240 varieties of this forgotten flower, make Bourdaisière exceptional reservoir of biodiversity; not to mention the Charlemagne chapter in the moat of the XIVe ! Century & nbsp; Redesigned in 2010 by the famous landscape designer Louis Benech, gardens Bourdaisière allow people to reclaim all notions of landscape, foster gardens, beauty and what is good and just. & nbsp;

Download the brochure in pdf format Gardens

French Chinese (Simplified) English German Italian Portuguese Russian Spanish
Divider Background

The tomato Conservatory established in 1995 with nearly 650 varieties takes a unique collection of allure in the world




The visit to the gardens of Bourdaisière is open to the public
from April 1 to November 15 from 10h to 19h.

Free for children under 10 years- € 7.50 per adult

Our gardener will answer all your questions on the plantations, preventive, curative methods of these plants on the field, Monday to Friday, 11:30 am to 12 am and from 16:30 to 17h. & Nbsp;

The tour varies with the seasons. The roses are in bloom from May to September; tomatoes adorn the feet of July conservatory in October, at which time also blooming dahlias.

Discover: Parks and gardens



The National Tomato Conservatory

Cr é é in 1996, this unique collection gathers pr & egrave; s 650 vari & eacute; t & eacute; s tomato offering a panorama in é said of this fruit to unsuspected & ccedil riches onn & eacute; es.
More information

The DalhiaColor

Contemporary garden composed & eacute; dahlias flower beds of several varieties & eacute; t & eacute; s, it allows dé cover the extraordinary biodiversity & eacute; this flower & eacute; g & eacute and clatante; n & eacute; reuse.
More information

The orchard

D & eacute; cover an orchard with pr & egrave; s 100 fruit trees collection. & Nbsp;
More information

The Chapterhouse Charlemagne

In the moat of Ch & acirc; teau a & eacute; t & eacute; recr é é the Chapter of Charlemagne s & eacute; selection of useful plants that the Emperor had pr & eacute; cieusement chosen.
More information

The exhibition boards Deyrolle "A school of nature"

During the walk in the park, visitors will dé cover the rich heritage of c & eacute; l & egrave; bre boards p & eacute; TEACHINGPROCESSES Deyrolle & agrave; through a s & eacute; selection of more than 100 boards.
More information

Micro-inspired farm & eacute; e Permaculture

Since October 2013 an inspired dé project; permaculture has & eacute; t & eacute; launched & eacute; inside the ch & acirc; teau. This project is g & eacute; r & eacute; by the association "Future Farms". D & eacute; cover and share with us the é evolution of the project.

More information