Tel: 02 96 29 40 24
This Garden is open to visit by appointment.
Definitely a garden for tree lovers, with a wide range of fascinating trees including many flowering ones such as the Indian Bean tree, the Handkerchief tree, Pride of India, Judas tree and the Tulip tree. Trees circles, along with the rest of the garden, are protected by guardians - see how many of the 37 Green Men you can find! Fallen trees are currently being re-purposed as frames for climbing plants whose pergolas and tunnels were destroyed in recent storms. A wildlife pond and its banks hidden on the garden borders is home to breeding coypu, wild ducks and kingfishers, as well as frogs, toads and newts, and a wild flower area is renewed and resown each year, providing forage for local bees and other pollinators.
Map coordinates: 48.300513, -3.065476
From the centre of Plussulien take the D44 in the direction of Corlay. After about 2km turn right, signposted Kerlay. The pretty longèrent painted white and blue is on your right about 120mdown the road.