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Mediterranean Garden History: New Views

by Louisa Jones

For the full text of this article see The Mediterranean Garden No 61, July 2010

Jardin des Sambucs: A garden in the Cévennes in France,
worthy descendant of Virgil’s personal pleasure garden.

Serre de la Madone: Riviera garden begun in 1924,
which combines agricultural and formal terracing.

Vincent Motte: The mediterranean landscape mosaic, small-scaled,
mixing fields, scrub and light woodland. Photo Vincent Motte.

Nicole de Vésian: The famous La Louve garden, mainly foliage volumes
in harmonious dialogue with the hillside beyond.

Altavès: An estate in Provence with layered vegetation
for summer shade and winter sun.
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