The Kitchen Garden
In olden days, it took no less than three full-time gardeners to maintain this kitchen garden where gooseberry bushes, cherry trees, pear-trees or greenhouse flowers were grown all year-long. A rose-garden still testifies of this time, with innumerable flowerpots of all sizes originally made for pricking the flowers out. As tradition has it, when guests came over to spend a day at the Château, the ladies would always receive a rose whose shade matched their outfits.
Today, this kitchen garden, warmly facing south and stretching over 6 acres, hosts a platform set on its lower side and designed to allow the set-up of temporary structures of all shapes and sizes to celebrate an event or launch a new product.