The Botanical Garden Schramm


The home of Baron Jean Adam Schramm (1760-1826), a native of Beinheim who was to become an Imperial General, now houses the local authority offices. With the passage of time, its former garden had withered away. In line with a policy to promote the area's heritage, it has been replaced by a botanical garden designed by the landscape designer Agnès Daval: in a limited area are symmetrical beds of rich collections of native plants typical of the Rhine valley and perennials, including glorious peonies and roses from the beginning of the 19th century; extending into the distance is a generous grassy meadow embellished with a gazebo and lined with hedges of shrubs.

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  • Altitude : 114m

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