The garden around the 18th-century castle, Arboretum Chatenay-Malabry F92

by Olga Helys May. 06, 2021 70 views

History: In the 18th century, the owner of the castle embellished his property with an English garden.
It was enriched at the beginning of the 19th by Charles-Louis Cadet de Gassicourt, Napoleon’s pharmacist by rare species.
The Marquis de Châteaugirons gave it its present design between 1809 and 1835.
In 1890 it was acquired by Gustave Roux to showcase the Croux tree nurseries. The family lived there for a long time.
In 1986 the departmental council of Hauts-de-Seine. acquires the historic heart of the Croux Tree Nursery, with the 18th-century castle.
Currently the arboretum, 13.5 hectares in the Vallée-aux-Loups Park, Chatenay-Malabry F92 is open to the public free of charge. This Arboretum offers a unique collection of more than 500 species of trees and shrubs, theme gardens.

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

by © Hei Li, Helys Photos

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