Come and discover the Garden’s diversity!
All living beings evolve with time and all along the year, and so does the Garden. More than a simple working space, it is a place to learn and to share. Its flora invites us to give and receive. Many plants have phytotherapic virtues – they help us to take care of our body and health, while reconnecting us to nature.
This guide presents some of the plants in the Garden, their stories and their properties.
Some precautions for phytotherapy:
– Follow medical advice: pregnant and nursing women, as well as people with allergies, certain illnesses or taking certain drugs should consult a phytotherapy expert; don’t exceed the stated dose (doses stated in the plants’ pages are for an adult and are only an indication);
– If you gather plants yourself, don’t use plants which may have been contaminated by infected animals. Preserve the environment: don’t gather plants in protected areas or excessive amounts; if possible, let the roots in the soil.