Perched on the BHV Marais roofs, this extraordinary hanging garden spreads across 1500 m² of agricultural land. More than 22000 plants grow there in permaculture : edible flowers, strawberries, raspberries, kiwi, thyme, rosemary, mint, hop…

The Jardin Perché Marais asserts as the biggest vertical vegetable garden established on a European roof. This allows the revival of the market gardener past of the Marais, long forgotten.

We regularly organize visits and workshops in this magical place : the golden opportunity to rediscover the Parisian roofs in a playful, invigorating and rich in flavor experience !

  • Date of installation: 2017
  • Surface: 1420 m² of cultivated land
  • Number of plants: 22000
  • Statut : Biodiversity reserve
  • Metro : Hôtel de Ville Line 1
  • Address : 52 rue de Rivoli 75004 Paris
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