HD photograph of Fer a Cheval orange trees inside Jardin des Tuileries looking south easterly - Page 360
Traditional green crates designed as plants pots to hold orange trees are laid out in perfectly straight lines in symmetry within the Jardin des Tuileries every year during the warmer months, which has become a tradition at many former royal palaces including the Chateau de Versailles and the Palais du Luxembourg.
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And this is a view looking in a south easterly direction within the Fer a Cheval area of the gardens showing how precise the presentation is, which works impeccably with the symmetry of the entire grounds that were designed by Andre Le Notre, the landscape architect and grandson to a gardener of Catherine de Medici who first had this site constructed.
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