The captivating atmosphere of the Roseraie and the symbolism it imparts have inspired countless artists from a multitude of domains : music and dance, poetry and literature.


Phyllis Bide, bred by Bide in 1923.


Each to their own experience. Whether this be visual, aural or physical, no one can remain indifferent to the magic of the Roseraie. During a visit, the Roseraie stirs up an intellectual or emotional sentiment that binds each one of us. The Muse of arts still takes pride of place even today...


“This garden lives and breathes
in time with our heart”


Dawn approaches over the Roseraie, silent and scented, and the curtain of mist is raised. The Roseraie is now open to the public... Let the show begin !