Created with the support of Europe and the Departmental Council of Moselle, it is a member of the cross-border network “Gardens without limits”. The Jardin des Prairiales takes its name from the large areas of meadow sown with flowers from all countries. The beds planted with box and tall grasses invite you to immerse yourself in this vegetation. Many of the plants selected belong to the wild flora of Lorraine. Therefore, thistles sit next to lilies, the lawns cohabit with grasses planted with daisies and umbellifer, little-known plants rub shoulders with more familiar ones. The garden has one of the most complete collections of box in Europe.
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The porcelain paths formed by black limestone slabs from India into which ceramic tiles, with blue on one side and red on the other, have been incrusted recall the ceramic works which used to be found on the estate in the 18th century.