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After having pushed back the forests to protect us from predators and cultivate in peace, we are witnessing a reversal of the phenomenon…now, with agroforestry, we are replanting the forests to associate them with our crops. And the results are without appeal! In fact, trees contribute more than you might think to the balance of […]

An annual meeting for landscape designers Like every year, CHOMBART nurseries open their doors to all the professionals in the field, during October. This is an interesting moment for us designers, as much to discover the new species in the catalog, as to make enriching and stimulating meetings. This year, HORUS Paysages participated in the […]

This follow-up is part of a natural garden project designed by Horus paysages for a guest house. We find there all the elements of a naturalist garden which favour biodiversity. Thus, a micro-drill, a meadow, an orchard, a pond and large melliferous flowerbeds can be found in 6000m2. Edible forest The whole garden is turned […]

Horus Paysages with the Atelier Iris Chervet went to the SETP quarries to learn about the transformation and extraction of Comblanchien limestone. This marble limestone is of particular interest in our projects. Indeed, it is extremely low in porosity and therefore resists very well to the various attacks of its environment. These technical characteristics make […]

September. Taking advantage of the last few weeks of warm weather, we are in the nursery to reserve the most beautiful pieces of our projects. These days spent surveying these hundreds of hectares of plantations allow us to spot the beautiful pieces but also, to adapt the project directly if certain lots do not correspond […]

Landscape design studio for naturalistic gardens