Camille Muller’s approach to ecology is above all an attitude. adapting to the biotope without forcing it is as much an ethical position as a guarantee for success.

His gardens, in symbiosis with what the site offers – climate, soil, natural vegetation, topography – evolve like micro-ecosystems. The landscape-gardener transforms the heterogeneous elements of a place into a unified living organism, functioning in its own way. The vegetation expresses itself freely, with the imagination inherent in life itself. With a little help, the garden gradually finds its identity. In constant movement and apparent disorder, it is integrated in the environment. The spirit of nature is at work.



Going with what is already there, limiting human intervention as much as possible, this implies an economy of means which cuts costs with minimal impact on the environment. 


This approach, begun more than 30 years ago with natural gardens, leads today to the eco-gardens. Developed together with an architect specializing in sustainable development, a biologist and technical innovators, this model aims at being within the reach of people concerned with their impact on the ecology.



From the forest to the moss gardens:
creation of an ecosystem






From raw nature to urban landscapes:
creation of an ecosystem





Experimental eco-garden: the house under the forest




Experimental eco-garden: a vegetable-garden in paris



Ecological terrace: a universe in itself



Norman manor

Eco-gestures for a lawn


Ulysses’ island

Taking into account the existing environment


Jardin d’O garden

Ecological flower-meadows


Mineral eco-garden

Grey energy

Evolving vegetable-garden

Good tips for the vegetable garden


Ecological terrace

The four elements


Romantic terrace

Saving energy


Madagascar oasis

The oasis