These ethnobotanical gardens were developed around the priory and its Romanesque church from 1986 by the departmental ethnological museum of Haute-Provence. Their purpose is to illustrate the relationships between Haute-Provençal society and its plant environment.

Over a little more than two hectares there are six themed gardens: the medieval garden, the garden of herbs and village plants (domestic flora for medicinal use), the garden of scents (fragrant plants), the garden of the noria, the white oak and that of modern times.

We have made nameplates for sighted and blind people in these gardens.

Adaptation by R.David et F.Barbaras