Due to the use of living materials, it is impossible to design a garden without giving due consideration
to its evolution and development over time.
Landscapers must be able to take account of these complex aspects, using their knowledge and instincts
to envisage how a garden will look in the future; they also need to be able to communicate this vision to clients.
They have a duty to preserve and integrate the living things present in the landscape, allowing their natural qualities (flowers, foliage, growth patterns, aroma, sensory memory triggers, etc.) to shine.
We pay particular attention to the upkeep and maintenance of our gardens over time,
through the expertise and dedication of our specialist gardeners.
Our maintenance techniques are based on an in-depth knowledge of plants, their growth cycles, the climate, local soil types and natural methods, and aim to provide our clients
with the best possible visual and olfactory experience.
Our staff undergoes regular training in environmental best practice, based on “common sense” notions, to ensure respectful management of the environment within the landscapes we manage. We use a variety of tools to monitor the evolution of our landscaped areas, ensuring that your garden
continues to evolve in a harmonious manner.