Alexandra JANSEN, Garden Designer

Many things to be proud of

The Botanical Garden, Mondorf les Bains, Luxembourg, New project for 2013

Le Jardin d'Alexandra, Thermes Mondorf les Bains.
Projet du Parc des Thermes

A park more than a century old

Covering more than 40 hectares, the park of the Thermal Estate has been the joy of nature lovers for more than 160 years. Its magnificent flower arrangements, its century-old trees and recreational spaces combine for a pleasant spot for relaxation.  The “Al Thermen” or Old Thermal Baths situated at the entrance of the park, the Orangery, not far from the Gander, the Waasserhaus, an auditorium for conferences, and Kind Spring are locations that Sunday strollers will discover on their outings along landscaped paths. 

Concerts, expositions, miniature golf, nine men’s Morris game board game or chess , and other cultural events are part of the entertainment in the thermal park.


Chateau d'Alteville in Tranquimpole (Lorraine, France)



The castle of Alteville is one of my most recent projects in 2012. The process of planning and designing started in July 2012 and will be presumably finished in October 2015. I highly recommend a visit to this medieval castle, which is also a lovely hotel. Surrounded by lakes, forests and beautiful meadows, the area provides a family friendly atmosphere. You are welcome to explore the jewelry of Tranquimpole. The finish work in the garden was be finished from the Family not from Le Jardin d'Alexandra.

The Flower Award from the Conseil Regional in France.

Landscaper, Gardener, Remich, Luxemburg
Community Hambach award of the Conseil Regional


I’ve been the garden representative in my beautiful community Hambach Roth for years now. After my fourth year in office, we received the so-called 3. Blume (ger. third flower), an award of the Conseil Regional for outstanding cultivation in October 2012.


In May 2009 and 2010 we received the Silver Ribbon, and in 2010 and 2011 the Golden Ribbon of Courson even for creating David Austin Roses’ exhibition garden.


Michael Marriott and I created a new park named Espace Dietsch in 2009 in Sarreguemines, a city in Lorraine, France.