La Boutique des jardins
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm in high season (April to October) and from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm in low season (November to March), closed on 1 May, 25 December and 1 January.
In the park, near the Little Venice gate to the gardens.
Jardins du Roi Soleil produces “Château de Versailles®” orange tree boxes under an exclusive trademark licence, adaptations are patented based on 17th century garden planters created by André Le Nôtre.
These boxes are manufactured entirely in France from cast iron and solid oak.
Jardins du Roi Soleil produce other items adapted from the garden furniture in the park of the Palace of Versailles, such as oak benches - Marie-Antoinette®, Penthièvre® and Trianon®. We can also study bespoke projects to meet all your garden design needs.
See below the selection of exclusive products by Jardins du Roi Soleil. Standard products are manufactured to order and the delivery time is 8 to 12 weeks.
The box is a structure made from cast iron produced in France. It can be fully dismantled and is assembled with high strength stainless steel bolts.
The opening side panels are made of oak from the Tronçais forest in Auvergne. Several colours and sizes are available.
This bench was designed by Pierre-André Lablaude ACMH, from original prints dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, to decorate the park at Versailles and the Trianon gardens.
This is a reissue of this carved bench with tracery. It is hand-crafted from French solid oak dried naturally.
The “Château de Versailles®” bronze planter is cast in France, and the patina applied by hand by expert craftsmen at Maison Rennotte Riot, a workshop that forms part of the FORT ROYAL group of artisan artists. The patina is applied strictly according to the rules of the art giving a unique grain and the authentic charm of this collector’s piece, available in three different finishes: brown patina, antique green or verdigris.
This Médicis vase is simple and classic in design, and it can be seen in various places in the gardens at Versailles, especially on the North parterre in the descent towards the Infants’ walk.