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La Bambouseraie d'Anduze

La Bambouseraie d'Anduze


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A change of scenery in the heart of the Cévennes. This is what the Bambouseraie d'Anduze offers, a unique park of its kind, planted with bamboo forests, but also expertly landscaped: here some stilt houses typical of Laos, there a Japanese-inspired garden, elsewhere a forest giant trees more than a century old… Everything is cleverly thought out to arouse in the visitor a feeling of escape mixed with exoticism. Change of scenery, escape, exoticism, but not only. La Bambouseraie is also a place that breathes magic. Is it linked to the principles of Feng Shui which partially support its organization, or to the skill of artists whose ephemeral installations underline the poetry of the place? You will only know it on the spot, once you have crossed the door of this atypical park located less than an hour from Nîmes and Montpellier.

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Bambouseraie d'Anduze Here, the red Phoenix pavilion appears behind the vegetation. Change of scenery guaranteed: who can still believe they are in France, less than an hour from Nîmes or Montpellier?

Bambouseraie d'Anduze


Jean du Boisberranger Who would dare to disturb the calm of this smooth water, to climb aboard this pirogue? And yet the desire is there for the visitor who contemplates this scene. Graceful and slender, all dressed in bamboo, this canoe came out of Odile de Frayssinet's hands (dreams?). Attached to the shore, this immobile boat plays smugglers for an interior journey through time.

Bambouseraie d'Anduze


Jean du Boisberranger Another of the five boats that make up the Odile de Frayssinet flotilla. Installed in the Vallon du Dragon since April 2012, these boats are a tribute to the creature of the same name that symbolizes this year 2012.

Bambouseraie d'Anduze


Bambouseraie d'Anduze Welcome to the alley of the redwoods. These giants, which culminate at around forty meters, were planted in 1961, that is from the first years of the Bambouseraie by its creator Eugène Mazel. Count it right… there you are: these big trees look at you from the height of their 150 years.

Bambouseraie d'Anduze


Bambouseraie d'Anduze This forest is a bamboo forest… yes, but which bamboos? The question deserves to be asked, because the Bambouseraie has no less than 50 varieties that the owners of the Bambouseraie have endeavored to collect and cultivate since the origins of the park. In this forest of slender trunks, will you be able to discern a Phyllostachys reticulata from a Pseudosasa japonica?

Bambouseraie d'Anduze


Bambouseraie d'Anduze What could be more relaxing than following the meanders of a slowly flowing stream, as if time was not running out? Even more so when each meander suggests a new spectacle of beauty, as here where the park serves as a backdrop for the elegance of this flowering azalea.

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BP Bambouseraie d'Anduze Here, a "cloud tree" that admirably bears his name. Bamboos are not the only masters of the park, they share their space with many varieties of trees remarkable for their size or longevity. Take advantage of the boutique space, at the exit of the park, to find material to create in your turn a delicate garden, encouraging reverie.

Bambouseraie d'Anduze


Bambouseraie d'Anduze Are you ready to scare yourself before going out, taking the narrow paths of this labyrinth made naturally of bamboo?

Bambouseraie d'Anduze


Jean du Boisberranger From birth to old age, bamboo stands out for its slender line and its great rigidity. This tree, or rather this grass, grows perfectly straight. Determined, the bamboo knows where it is going, and it chooses the most direct route for it.

Bambouseraie d'Anduze


Jean du Boisberranger "An enchanted visit": this is the promise of the Bambouseraie to its visitors. You just have to make your way through the bamboo forest to know that it is held. Here, it is the hand of Cécile Andrieu which is delicately placed on these trunks to set them with gold, thus creating "sheaves of light" which invite to meditation.