Aravis Valley Amateur Gardeners' Association

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Aravis Valley Amateur Gardeners' Association
Gardening is a delicate, difficult art, full of hazards, and gardening alone is even more uncertain. That's why getting together to exchange ideas and collaborate is becoming a necessity, and that's the mission that the Ajava association set itself when it was created ten years ago.

Its mailing list enables many fruitful exchanges to take place in real time, ensuring that everyone has the right advice and the right observation to help their garden grow.

The association sometimes provides excellent training in gardening through high-level specialists.

The group dynamic enables it to keep abreast of developments in amateur gardening and to apply and monitor practices in line with climate change, for example.

Among the services provided are exchanges of seedlings and seeds in the spring, and collective purchases of onion and shallot seeds and other garden materials.

A seed library is available to members, as is a plant shredder.
Garden visits are organised on a regular basis, much to the delight of participants.
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Aravis Valley Amateur Gardeners' Association
Mob : +33 6 80 14 56 37
  • Spoken language(s) :
    • French