THE UNDERWOOD

T he underwood is set along one side of tne grounds. Several walks are running with hydrangea, darmera peltata, camellia and collected trees. All compose the most charming and ever changing seasonal colors.

A small water basin, set by a three hundred years arch of box-trees, is a bird's rest and a delight for the sight and the hearing of the wanderer. A small path in the upper part of the underwood leads to Japanese maples. They provide a bright color during spring time, and a blazing one at fall.

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