What Medieval French Gardens Can Teach Us

The Medieval French Garden Was Exclusively “Utilitarian,” Serving Food-Related & Monastic Functions. They Normally Comprised Three Distinct Garden Areas, Were Often Rectangular And Enclosed With Walls. The French Medieval Garden, can teach us about UK gardening, and had three areas, as follows:- Le jardin des simples (herbularius) Essentially, this was the medicinal garden situated near the infirmary, apothecary, bloodletting house, or cloister.… More Leave a comment