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This public garden is located on the former property of Viscount Vigier.
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From the end of the 19th century, Viscount Vigier had acclimatised many exotic plants to this garden and it was here that a Phoenix canariensis was planted for the first time in France in 1864. A large Agathis robusta and old Livistonia chinensis can still be seen today.