All Courson this weekend

The 19, 20 and 21 October 2012, will host the famous Days of Plants’Fall Courson. The big event of the botanical and horticultural diversity celebrate this year its 30th anniversary. For the occasion, the organizers of this event have chosen to honor this 57th edition, the Hydrangeas and friends. These attractive plants are sure to charm visitors with their silhouettes, their foliage so particular, the diversity of their blooms long-term or sought by their colors. How to resist when we know that they can be installed both in a large or even a small garden on a terrace since most varieties are suitable for growing in pots?

But this event, it is mainly the opportunity to meet renowned nurserymen from all over Europe who will offer a wide range of trees,’shrubs, perennials and other plants and also monitor’news of the plants and the’garden layout. A special feature of Courson lies indeed in the act of presenting the same place plants directly from the producers. There are plants that’we try, but also the advice of the one who raised and educated, and who knows all its features and its needs in terms of care, growth, maintenance ... Very useful for the practice of gardening! Of course, many events will punctuate these 3 days: conferences, signatures, award ceremonies, baptisms, workshops ... Adults and children can also wander through the maze of flower meadows designed especially for this edition. An idea of ​​sympathetic output for this weekend that will allow everyone to discover or rediscover this site, remarkable historical monument and garden.

Practical information

All Courson this weekend

Days of Plants’Fall Courson

Friday, 19 October 2012: 10 am-14h for professionals and 14h-18h for all age groups

Saturday, October 20, 2012: 10h-18h
Sunday, October 21, 2012: 10h-18h

 Normal: 17 € Reduced: 12 € (groups - minimum 20 persons only upon prior written reservation, students, associations)

Free for children under 12 accompanied by their parents.

For more information: Days Courson Fall Plants 2012

Laetitia Devillars

Credit to an Laetitia Devillars (not royalty free photo right)

October 2012