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For its 10th edition, Gardens, Tuileries garden welcomes gardening enthusiasts and professionals around two central themes: urban agriculture and green agriculture.
Nature in the heart of Paris
Knowing how to integrate nature and the garden in an urban environment is a current issue on which landscapers and designers work. The exhibition and sale organized at the Tuileries offers you the opportunity to discover the latest garden and outdoor design trends. Twenty gardens are staged by landscapers. And this year, special importance is given to terraces and balconies. Find out how to choose materials and plants according to your environment.
Explore the amazing creativity of landscapers and designers
2013 is also Le Nôtre's year. The Louvre therefore pays tribute to the famous landscape painter of the king, born in the Tuileries, by creating a remarkable route from his birthplace to the Champs-Élysées. It is an opportunity to understand and rediscover the work and precision of Le Nôtre. The village of exterior design also offers you a unique route with new contemporary garden furniture and prototypes. Discover design objects in a natural environment.
A space for exhibitions and sales
This first weekend in June, a hundred exhibitors present their new products to you. Discuss with the nurserymen who have a range of seeds among which perennials, roses, bonsai or orchids, before immersing yourself in the decoration of your garden: tools (from the pruning shears to the mower), decoration (ceramic pots, screens, planters, water walls, candles, lanterns ...), accessories, furnishings (pergolas, tables, wooden greenhouses, chicken coops, outdoor kitchen ...), bookstore and even a fashion boutique (boots, coats, jewelry ...) you will inevitably find your happiness. Animations will also delight young and old. Full price: € 12 / reduced price: € 9 / free for children under 18 Friday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. / Saturday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. / Sunday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Find all the information on the jardinsjardin.com website