Garden of the Fairies

Brittany is a deeply paradoxical land. So profoundly Catholic that its population rose against the French Revolution to defend the divine right of kings, Brittany has been shaped by the pagan legends of the Celts and the spirit of commerce of the Protestants. Despite having been united with the kingdom of France in 1532, its Celtic language, its weather-beaten land and its fo

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2 thoughts on “Garden of the Fairies

  1. Your story is very exciting. My husband and I talk about growing tea. We’ve grown the “other”camillia successfully for years. How much difference can there be😉

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