But what makes this château special is its 18th century kitchen garden.
Larger than the one at Villandry, it is home to ancient vegetables such as turnips, cabbages, chard... but also fruit trees such as pear and apple trees, small red fruits, vines... carefully
selected and cultivated. Small slates indicate their variety. Of course, a vegetable garden also means flowers, and there are plenty of them, as well as roses. This is the Rose Route! André Eve,
a famous rose grower, even created a rose bush and named it "Château de la Bussière".
Finally, the large park and pond invite you to take a walk in the shade of the century-old trees. And why not have a picnic in this magnificent setting?