The Biodiversity Garden (opened in spring 2012) is an area of 4,000m2 situated at 36 Boulevard Sévigné, under the Toupin bridge in the Gouédic valley. Designed to promote biodiversity, with ecological considerations in mind, the garden consists of a dry garden, flowered meadows, a beekeeping area, a shade garden, and a sanctuary for insects, birds, plants and animals, resulting in an environment that encourages biodiversity and species development: a burst of spring in 2012.
Access from the town centre through the Parc des Promenades / Bld de la Chalotais / Passage de la Fontaine à Loups.
Photos: D. Morin, Ville de St Brieuc.
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