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Normandy and 1066 Country Medieval Garden

History is celebrated in ‘Le Clos d’Hastings’ – 1066 Country Medieval Garden.

This garden celebrates the strong links forged between England and Normandy on the 950th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings of 1066, famously depicted in the Bayeux Tapestry. 

Designed by Stéphane Marie, it is a creation of a medieval-themed Norman garden.  The garden is divided into two distinct sections. The first part evokes the ancestral meadows on both sides of the Channel. Barley, flax, marguerites and mixed meadow flowers grow here. In the other half of the garden, a densely planted area is filled with plants from across the globe that the English and Normans, with their shared passion for gardening and botany, have enjoyed.

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