Welcome (In English)

The villa Fort France garden in Grasse is an Artist’s garden. The harmony of shapes and colours as well as diversity of species makes it unique.

Villa Fort France was built by Lady Fortescue, a British author, who wrote there her best seller entitled « Perfume from Provence« 

In the garden, the concept of biodiversity is brought to life. The banning of all chemical treatment paves the way to a sustainable equilibrium of fauna and flora (e.g., birds use thilensias to build their nests).

In 2023, the garden is open for visits as follows:

1) Groups (Min 10 pers):

By appointement, from 1 April to end of June and from 1 October

The visits are private for the group and guided. The charge is 12€ per person

2) Private visit for groups less than 10 persons:

By appointment. Flat rate: 120€

3) Individuals

– In April, the « Festival des jardins de la Côte d’Azur » will be organized.

Guided visits of my garden will take place each Friday of April at 10am.

Pre-registration is mandatory.

– For the « rendez-vous aux jardins 2023 »

          Guided visits Saturday 3 June at 10am and 3pm

                             Sunday 4 June at 10am and 3pm

Pre-registration is mandatory.

All visits for individuals are guided and the price is 10€ per person.

Additional visits open to individuals may happen. Please contact me

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Registration by mail: valerie@valeriedecourcel.fr or by phone: 04 93 36 04 94

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Garden Address: 237 avenue Antoine de Saint Exupéry 06130 Grasse

GPS: E 06 56 54 60 – N: 43 40 32 60

For more information, please contact Valérie

Mail: valerie@valeriedecourcel.fr
Tel. +33 4 93 36 04 94


THE GARDEN


A very nice article about the garden of Fort France has been published in the prestigious magazine of the RHS « THE GARDEN » in the June 2015 issue.

We are very proud  as we know that it’s a reference in the gardens community. We accept it as a recognition of our 23 years passionate work in our garden.

Thank you very much to David, Clive and Jeremy for having allowed this publication

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