Did You Know: Le Manoir Aux Quat Saisons

September 21, 2013 By:K. Clare Johnson

Le Manoir aux Quat Saisons maintains a vegetable garden, a herb garden, a mushroom valley, an orchard, a Japanese Tea Garden, and an English Water Garden. Also at Le Manoir, hundreds of courgettes (also known as zucchini) are grown in the cloche tunnels (shown below) for their flowers. The variety grown is Milano di Nero, which produces abundant, large blooms. That's a good thing, as the kitchen can use up to 200 flowers a day throughout the summer. In this garden you'll also find aubergines, peppers, and watercress. 

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