About the garden
Louis-Albert de Broglie
The Château de la Bourdaisière is 136 acres of enclosed grounds, in which large remarkable species of trees grow. A hotspot of biodiversity, this colourful nature laboratory was designed and created by Louis Albert de Broglie, Le Prince Jardinier.
Home of the National Tomato Conservatory, visitors will find a collection of more than 700 varieties. This international collection is approved by the CCVS (Conservatoire des Collections Végétales spécialisées – Special Plants Collection Conservatory).
The kitchen garden is organically cultivated in accordance with market gardening traditions. Plus, don't miss Le Dahliacolor, a contemporary garden designed by the landscaper Louis Benech with more than 400 varieties.