Flowering times

Avril

Dwarf iris

First irises to flower, they announce spring and every iris lover should grow a few varieties for this reason. These "mini" irises have so much charm that they will convince you.

Tulips

8,500 late flowering tulips bloom in Muni's and Doreen's gardens.

Intermediate iris

Although these irises flower just after the dwarfs, their longest stem gives them height.

Indian lilac

Come and admire this flower growing on the branches of a tree.

Daffodil

Many daffodils line the floor of the beautiful undergrowth.

Fritillaria

Muni's Garden welcomes in its beds beautiful Fritillaria.

Poppies

Poppies blush in the undergrowth of our gardens.

Wisteria

A magnificent plant taking place at the entrance of the gardens, adorning the first wall of the path : our very own Wisteria Lane.

Mai

Dwarf iris

First irises to flower, they announce spring and every iris lover should grow a few varieties for this reason. These "mini" irises have so much charm that they will convince you.

Tulips

8,500 late flowering tulips bloom in Muni's and Doreen's gardens.

Border iris

These irises share many characteristics with tall bearded irises, although they are smaller in size.

Indian lilac

Come and admire this flower growing on the branches of a tree.

Clematis

Foxglove

To be seen in our Bunny's garden.

Nepeta

Peony

200 peonies garnish the Daria's Garden.

Azalea

Bluebells

35,000 bluebells dress the flowerbed of our Bridle Path

Wisteria

A magnificent plant taking place at the entrance of the gardens, adorning the first wall of the path : our very own Wisteria Lane.

Siberian iris

They are cultivated in normal soil as well as in very wet ground, on a bank for example. Their narrow leaves form tufts.

Tall bearded iris

This iris is the best known and it is also the one that produces the highest stems (minimum 70 cm). Its flowers are considerably larger than those of other varieties and flower after most of the latter.

Allium

500 white and blue Alliums bloom in Doreen's garden.

Rhododendron

250 rhododendrons adorn the path of Daria's garden.

Juin

Fuchsia

The flowering period extends from June to the first frost.

Clematis

Foxglove

To be seen in our Bunny's garden.

Nepeta

Peony

200 peonies garnish the Daria's Garden.

Rose

2,000 roses blooming in the Rose Walk and Dorianne's Garden.

Azalea

Bluebells

35,000 bluebells dress the flowerbed of our Bridle Path

Daylilies

They are called daylilies because their flowers are ephemeral, but the buds are constantly renewed throughout the summer.

Siberian iris

They are cultivated in normal soil as well as in very wet ground, on a bank for example. Their narrow leaves form tufts.

Tall bearded iris

This iris is the best known and it is also the one that produces the highest stems (minimum 70 cm). Its flowers are considerably larger than those of other varieties and flower after most of the latter.

Allium

500 white and blue Alliums bloom in Doreen's garden.

Rhododendron

250 rhododendrons adorn the path of Daria's garden.

Juillet

Foxglove

To be seen in our Bunny's garden.

Nepeta

Peony

200 peonies garnish the Daria's Garden.

Hydrangea

Hydrangea has an impressive flowering time since it lasts nearly 3 months!

Rose

2,000 roses blooming in the Rose Walk and Dorianne's Garden.

Azalea

Bluebells

35,000 bluebells dress the flowerbed of our Bridle Path

Daylilies

They are called daylilies because their flowers are ephemeral, but the buds are constantly renewed throughout the summer.

Allium

500 white and blue Alliums bloom in Doreen's garden.

Rhododendron

250 rhododendrons adorn the path of Daria's garden.

Août

Clematis

Rudbeckia

Aster

Hydrangea

Hydrangea has an impressive flowering time since it lasts nearly 3 months!

Rose

2,000 roses blooming in the Rose Walk and Dorianne's Garden.

Daylilies

They are called daylilies because their flowers are ephemeral, but the buds are constantly renewed throughout the summer.

Septembre

Sedum spectabile

Cosmos

Clematis

Nepeta

Rudbeckia

Aster

Hydrangea

Hydrangea has an impressive flowering time since it lasts nearly 3 months!

Rose

2,000 roses blooming in the Rose Walk and Dorianne's Garden.

Reblooming iris

After a first spring flowering, other flowers appear at the end of the summer. The second flowering is not regular and depends on many factors: sunshine, summer watering, altitude.

Octobre

Sedum spectabile

Clematis

Nepeta

Rudbeckia

Aster

Hydrangea

Hydrangea has an impressive flowering time since it lasts nearly 3 months!

Rose

2,000 roses blooming in the Rose Walk and Dorianne's Garden.

Reblooming iris

After a first spring flowering, other flowers appear at the end of the summer. The second flowering is not regular and depends on many factors: sunshine, summer watering, altitude.