Sculptural inflorescences rise from the ground and unfold in umbels all different, whose grouping of all these creates an unusual universe of correspondences, variations on the same theme. All the plants of the garden belong to the apiaceae family, emblematic from the Mediterranean, remarkable for its extreme diversity within a unity of structure. The juxtaposition of different apiaceae highlights the subtle differences between the species.
From this scientific and poetic angle, they are all worthy of interest and can be used in the composition of the garden.
The garden awakens the curiosity of the visitor who dwells on these particular plants with tiny flowers that stand out on a homogeneous mineral soil.
They seem to have grown naturally, sometimes forming masses, sometimes isolated tufts.
The visitor moves among the plants letting his gaze wander from detail to the whole, from the morphology of a single plant to the entire garden, in an infinite diversity of shapes, colors and textures.