It is truly an observatory of those plants useful to Man. It is planted with more than 1,100 species, each of which is studied by Yves Rocher for its botanical properties and its specific virtues.
Yves Rocher also has its own fields in which it grows organic crops of about twenty different plants, including Camomile, Arnica, Nasturtium and Calendula.
Visits to the gardens are free of charge and possible all year round.
Guided visits and other activities right through the summer season.