Join Rosie Lerner, Past Master Gardener State Coordinator,

and Professor Mike Dana on a 13-day study tour in La Belle France.

Near Paris, in the Loire River valley and in Haute-Normandy, we'll learn about and experience:

• the history of garden development in France, plus

• the flower-filled planting of the Impressionists

• the spectacular cathedrals of Chartres and Rouen

• some of Europe's most contemporary ideas in garden design

• the world's foremost collection of hydrangeas

• the private garden of the late Princess Sturdza

In Paris itself, we'll experience

• the grandeur of Versailles palace, gardens, and the king's fruit and vegetable garden

• parks and avenues created during the Empire era of the 19th century

• and at your option, you may join the leaders for a look at other Parisian horticultural sites of interest

Plus, one additional completely free day in Paris, with your Museum pass in hand!

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