Are you a garden club? A small group of passionate gardeners? Friends wanting to travel to Europe to visit gardens?
MORE THAN JUST THE MUST-SEES you’ve already been to the main iconic gardens on previous trips and this time, you'd like to see more. How to find those special garden gems?
BE INSPIRED. That's the main reason to visit gardens. But how about also meeting the head gardener or even the garden owner? What better way to understand the vision behind each garden and to get a feel for the day to day challenges every gardener faces.
ENJOY YOUR TRIP . Fond memories nurture friendship and make great stories to tell back home. There is nothing like sharing new discoveries with friends who are passionate like you. With the logistics all taken care of, relax and enjoy the gardens you are here to see.
Since 2010 I’ve taken small groups of up to 15 people on garden trips throughout Europe. My clients keep coming back! Read their testimonials here.
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The Sasqua Garden Club
You are the consummate professional when it comes to orchestrating all of the logistics and putting together itineraries that include exquisite gardens and cultural venues as well. It has been such a pleasure to travel with you on numerous trips abroad and I look forward to more fun excursions in the future.
Board Member, The Garden Conservancy
Going on a garden tour with Marie is an absolute joy. Quietly and efficiently, she takes care of all the arrangements—travel, hotel reservations, where to have lunches and dinners, permission from garden owners—and all we have to do is enjoy the days.
I grew up in gardens. Every weekend my parents gardened, talking about plants by name, rather like people talk about beloved relatives.
I caught the travel bug early and after college in the US, I wanted to become a travel agent. Economics pushed me into finance where I became an international private banker, holding positions in New York, Switzerland and Germany.