The 17th century Versailles Vegetable and Fruit Garden

The 17th century Versailles vegetable and fruit garden that used to serve King Louis XIV his daily fresh vegies and fruits . Now producing 50 tons of food a year on the 22 acres . With walls acting as heat traps , sun traps and espalier trellises, vegetables grown between trees , willow coppicing systems, and comfrey as edges, one of the must see gardens of Paris.41101952_10160914272035375_5085964469352267776_o41141905_10160914272170375_8722346256187260928_n41145033_10160914271615375_3470785053540220928_n41171273_10160914272485375_3952957778909200384_o41181776_10160914271830375_4922316418554265600_n41244157_10160914272345375_6247319640461017088_n

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