Often described as an "English garden", the Prebend garden, created by the Bühler brothers in 1874, is in fact part of the French landscape style of the 19th century. Its flexible paths allow you to discover all the views of the garden.
In the center, the river widens to form an island, where magnificent bald cypresses grow. Trees are planted in groups of the same species and in odd numbers. Alongside the classic chestnut, linden or plane trees, the cedars and redwoods form remarkable groves. See also: tulip trees, red oak, ginkgo. Several statues find their place in this remarkable garden.