Ty Coat, a rose-filled paradise! Created in the forties, these rose gardens are also home to some other beautiful specimens, such as Judas trees, Atlas cedars, Monkey Puzzle trees and various deciduous varieties brought back from distant lands by captain Vittu de Kerroul, the property's last owner before it was taken over by the Town of Saint-Brieuc. These trees give the grounds its exotic feel, in the tradition of botanical gardens at the beginning of the last century. The 10,000m2 grounds included some 1,850m2 of rose gardens at the end of the nineteen-fifties, and now boast some 1,500 rose bushes, including both traditional and modern varieties.
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