Mother Nature in Paris

This little enclosure was laid out in 1985 by the City. In order to recreate an area of natural parkland on a small scale, the City had to consolidate the sloping land, lay out a path, and dig a pool.

This garden really is just as Mother Nature created it: not one tree or bush has been planted by a gardener. The vegetation runs wild, and is untouched by human hand.

All large number of insects, small animals and birds find shelter in this miniature forest, and are barely disturbed by the garden's rare visitors.

Open to the public from April to October on Mondays from 4 to 6 PM ( except during school holidays) and Saturdays from 2 to 6 PM.

Opposite 14, Rue Saint-Vincent, 75018 Paris, M° Lamarck-Caulaincourt

 

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