Heath landscape

Pastures and orchards with cherry and apple trees give way to a colourful heath formed by low-growing plants. The term "heath" derives from the Old English "hæð", meaning barren wasteland. This unique landscape is characterised by acidic soil containing very few nutrients. In this area, our river flows in a wide bow through a land shaped by nature and agriculture. From here, you can take a little detour to visit our potting garden where you find herbs and plants with edible flowers.

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