Tomato Conservatory


Created in 1998 by Louis Albert de Broglie, this unique collection gathers 650 tomato varieties, offering a unique panorama of this fruit unsuspected wealth. & Nbsp;

The idea came when traveling in India and Asia, where the first seeds were reported. Collectors and botanical gardens around the world were then enriched the conservatory. Round, elongated or heart-shaped, black, green or yellow, these heirloom tomatoes are amazing names: Ten fingers from Naples, Iraqi red, Erika from Australia, Horned from the Andes ...


By highlighting the natural wealth of our planet, the goal of Louis Albert de Broglie thus enable a wide audience to watch, learn and understand the challenges of preserving this biodiversity to transmit to future generations the essential foundation for species survival.