A Dior Garden is a unique site where the human hand and Dior Science enhance the qualities of flowers selected for their cosmetic potential. Skincare performance and respect for nature are the enduring principles behind each garden.
THE ROSE DE GRANVILLE GARDEN
The Rose de Granville blooms on 7 hectares of untreated green meadow. It is gathered by hand when the flower is bursting with active ingredients. UEBT-certified in 2022, the Dior Rose de Granville garden is an example of regenerative agriculture.
In 1992, Dior identified a fascinating flower in the heart of Madagascar: longoza. Used by locals for its medicinal properties, wild longoza is harvested only once a year, in accordance with ancestral practices.
VINES FROM CHATEAU D’YQUEM
At Château d’Yquem, the geological and climatic conditions, combined with the high mineral content of the soil, create an exceptional terroir. In the early spring, the House of Dior harvests the sap-filled shoots.
WHITE NYMPHÉA FROM LATOUR-MARLIAC
The Latour-Marliac Nymphéa Garden has ensured the traceability and perpetuation of the original varieties of French nymphéas for 150 years. To ensure plant regeneration, each rhizome is harvested while protecting the local environment.
THE IRIS GARDEN IN TUSCANY
The Dior Iris Garden was created in 2018 through a partnership with the Toscana Giaggiolo cooperative. 2,300 bulbs were planted by hand. From garden to extract, the iris is treated in an authentic artisanal manner.