Yves Rocher Botanical garden

Extending across more than two hectares of hillside above La Gacilly, the Yves Rocher Botanical Garden tells of the relationships woven between Mankind and the Plant World, and takes us on a sensory journey to the sources of the Brand's expertise.

On the hillside above La Gacilly, the Yves Rocher Botanical Garden invites you on a sensory journey into the heart of the plant world, to the source of the Yves Rocher expertise.

It's an open-air laboratory, a natural space where 150 expert researchers into Botanical Beauty can study special qualities of plants.

Between the bamboo park and the paths in the French-style formal gardens, feast your eyes on the plants that are emblematic of the Yves Rocher Brand – such as marigolds, chamomile and cornflowers – and discover unique collections: plants from Yves Rocher's international plant resources, including mugwort and scented geraniums. 

A haven of biodiversity, the two hectares of the Yves Rocher Botanical Garden are currently home to some 1,500 plant species, including around a hundred threatened or endangered species.

A treasure trove that you can discover either on a self-guided visit, or on one of our themed guided tours that are run from June to September.