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Chatelus de Vialar

Domaine Chatelus de Vialar is a largely formal garden, created some 10 years ago out of arable fields, after the designs were drawn up by 2 of France's renowned gardeners Eric Ossard and Arnaud Mauriere.


GAP Photos/Maddie Thornhill/Monsieur Pierre et Madame Isabelle

Feature No:   2493 

Qty of Images:    50 


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The garden is only now reaching maturity and for that reason has never been featured before, although it will be familiar to those on the Jardins Remarquable garden trail. It consists of large expanses of topiary areas, beyond which lie a stunning landscape. There are wide walkways flanked by pencil pines, formal rose gardens, a clipped hornbeam maze, a small pottage and much else besides since the beautiful backdrop of the outbuildings and the house date back many hundreds of years.



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