Normandy gardens: a bird’s eye view


“Beautiful from below and magical from above.
The gardens of Normandy are exceptionally varied.
From chateaux, cliffs, coastal valleys or bocage with its checkerboard of fields bordered by hedgerows, some of these graphic and visual geographical features only become visible from a bird’s point of view. These ephemeral geoglyphs are amazing yet subtle landmarks.
Here you will find the clifftop Gardens of Christian Dior, Bois des Moutiers with its architecture by the duo of Lutyens and Jekyll, rustic orchards, an old mansion typical of Normandy, the majesty of Champ de Bataille,…
A co-production by The Normandy Tourist Board and the ‘Jardin-Jardinier’ channel with photography by Philippe Minot, unusually at the controls of a drone.”