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JARDIN AU NATUREL DE LA MAISON DES LIBELLULES

Discover the natural garden at the Maison des Libellules: square vegetable garden, orchard, hedgerow, pond, flower meadow...

Address : 9, place de l'Ancien Presbytère
Chaillé-sous-les-Ormeaux
85310 RIVES DE L'YON
FRANCE

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Presentation of: JARDIN AU NATUREL DE LA MAISON DES LIBELLULES

Visitors will discover a natural garden with flower meadows and ponds where they can watch the ballet of dragonflies in season.

It's also a place to discover growing techniques and simple home improvements to promote biodiversity.

A visit is included in the price of admission to the Maison des Libellules. It is therefore not open all year round, but only when the Maison des Libellules is open.
Theme of the park and garden
Park
Type of park and garden
Medicinal / simple plants
Vegetable garden
Payment methods
Credit card
Cheques and postal orders
Holiday vouchers
Visits
Free tours (individuelles): Yes
Guided tours (individuelles): Yes
Average duration of visit (individuelles) : @duration of visit
Free tours (groupes): Yes
Guided tours on request (groupes): Yes
Guided tours (groupes): Yes
Average duration of visit (groupes) : @duration of visit
Visit languages
Visit: French
Billboards: French
Spoken language
English
French
Facilities
Picnic area
Services
Shop
Further information
Groups accepted from 15 to 50 persons
Pets not allowed
© Maison des Libellules
© Maison des libellules
© Delphine Lenôtre
© Delphine Lenôtre
SPL-Jacques-Auvinet
© Delphine Lenôtre
© Solène Coll

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