of awakening and harmony, poised between reality and the imagination, with
wet stones, vegetal jasmine and kumquats.
"I remembered the smell of ponds, the smell of jasmine, the smell of
wet stones, of plum trees, kumquats and giant bamboos. It was all there, and
in the ponds there were even carp steadily working towards their hundredth
birthdays." Jean-Claude Ellena
Le Jardin de Monsieur Li describes a Chinese garden poised between reality
and imagination. A place for meditation, where strolling is allied to
thought, and every step sets the imagination free.