The gardens just outside of where the herbs are taken to be dried.
Dried flowers ready to be used in fragrances.
An herb that is used as an ingredient in one of the Yves Rocher products.
A Yves Rocher botanist shows you where herbs are taken to be cataloged in the drying center.
The entrance to the Yves Rocher Botanical Gardens in Brittany, France, which is open to the public.
Flowers at the Yves Rocher Eco-Spa and Hotel run wild as the company does not believe in cutting the grass because it removes seeds from the earth that the birds eat. These grounds are a federally recognized sanctuary for birds.