Fleurs de Bach Yvonand Valérie Bösiger
Fleurs de Bach Yvonand Valérie Bösiger
Fleurs de Bach Yvonand Valérie Bösiger
Fleurs de Bach Yvonand Valérie Bösiger

The Bach Flower path

The path offers an opportunity to observe 36 of the 38 famous Dr. Bach flowers, growing spread along the path, within the fields, the gardens and the roads of Yvonand.

The famous ‘BachFlowers’ are floral elixirs first made during the 1930s by Dr. Edward Bach (1886-1936). They identify 38 types of negative attitudes or states, capable of soothing emotional disorders.

Along the path hikers or bikers can see the flowers in their natural environment. Explanatory signs give information about their curative properties. The flowering period lasts from March to September. The route does not represent any particular access difficulties.

A map of the path and a guide are available at the tourist and at the Hotel de la Gare of Yvonand.

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