You will be surprised by the exuberance and the unexpected combination of nearly 900 different species of desert flora at Dar al Hossoun.

During their extended travels in many deserts and dry areas around the world, the two landscape architects Ossart and Maurières discovered and gathered here some of the most interesting and rare plants in the world. Dar al Hossoun has an extended selection of agaves, kalanchoes, aloes, cacti, opuntias and euphorbias, the combination of which makes it a truly unique collection.

Although they may appear to be designed only for aesthetic pleasure, our landscaped gardens also serve a purpose in the conservation of threatened and extinct plants.

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  • About 900 varieties of plants,
  • Ornamental “dry” gardens,
  • Experimental gardens,
  • Conservation gardens…