The Jardin de I'Eveche in Castres has been designed in about 1664 by Andre Le Notre, the gardener of King Louis XIV.
The four quarter flowerbed consists of box tree arabesques, florets, networks, trefoils crowned with palms and volutes. The box external borders are heightened with trimmed yews of various shapes.
This "a la Frangaise" garden has kept the whole 17th century flowerbed. It has been first registered in the historical monuments national inventory in 1993, then classified in 1995 Created in : 1700
Surface : 1 ha