The Exotic Garden of Roscoff,
It is up to the G.R.A.P.E.S. (Grouping Roscovite of the Amateurs of Exotic and subtropical Plants), an association law 1901.
It is by the sea not far from the port in deep water where we take the ferry for Plymouth ( United Kingdom).
We cultivate exotic and subtropical plants that is native of the southern hemisphere there (South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, etc.), islands of the Atlantic Ocean (Canary Islands, Island of Madere, the Azores, etc.) but also of the north hemisphere if plants can be considered as exotic (Mexican plants, in particular cactus, agaves, dasylirions, palm trees of China or moreover, etc.) At present, the garden possesses 3400 different plants.