Le jardin de Grand-mère


50 rue Principale – 67160 Drachenbronn-Birlenbach


Lisa and Hans, painters, fell in love with this beautiful blue half-timbered farmhouse built in 1787.
Their studio is over the conservatory, and their gallery is in the old hay loft. Other buildings include the barn, the cow house, the little pigsty with its beaver tail roof and the stables. Climbing roses, blue clematis, hydrangeas, Arum lilies, daylilies, autumn anemones, crape myrtle and many other plants bloom here: daisies, delphiniums, peonies, lilies, daylilies, irises, and in the spring, countless snowdrops, daffodils and tulips.
A tambourine player in stone shows the way to the gazebo and the rose garden, where some 500 roses thrive in rose beds edged with granite stones.
Poems are written on old school boards, and numerous period pieces, collected from antique shops and flea markets, bring old-world charm to this “Grandmother’s Garden”.

Surface area

2 400 m2


May or June, concert of songs and poetry reading on the theme “The Roses and the Garden”.
Tai chi classes in the garden organised by Pamina and clay work demonstrations: 3 May, 8 June and 5 July.

Other / Special features

  • Language spoken: German
  • Parking nearby

Opening Hours

May to September, every day from 10 am to 6 pm


Free admission

On site


Individual tour

Group tour


Pets allowed on a lead





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