Chédigny is the only village in France classified Remarkable Garden. The garden Chédigny is not a garden like the others: It is a " garden village ".
Chédigny is a small commune in the Indre -et-Loire, bordered by Indrois and north of Loches.
Its mayor, Pierre Louault, and his wife, passionate roses and gardens, has long wanted to make the village more friendly and attractive. Neither grid, no door, no entrance fee and is accessed naturally. Small gardens succeed and meander along the houses of the village. The peculiarity of climbing roses village is the controlled exuberance with a very specific size. The village has 800 rose bushes including 270 different species and more than 3,000 perennials.
This village is classified 4 flowers, the contest of cities and flowered villages of France.