The Parc is situated behind the Chateau de Vincennes which is Huge!
After a long trek we found the Parc and were pleased to find that on Sunday entry was free. By trial and error we found a path lined with large pots of scented pelargoniums in a garden of edible plants. They looked magnificent, but I felt that there should be more, so we made enquiries and were directed to another part of the gardens.
Here, by the side of a woodland setting, we found more - all species. If we had been a month or two earlier they would have been in flower. Again, these were all growing in very large pots, so some large specimens. The pots were mostly displayed on tall metal stands so the plants were at eye level and easy to examine.
|Lots of seed|
|I think this is P.scandens|
|P. drummondii from W. Australia|
When we left the parc on our way back to the Metro we saw this electric vehicle. It travelled slowly backwards and forwards along a short length of road. People seemed to be travelling on it, but we could not see a driver.