The bokaz garden is an agricultural space adjoining the kaz of yesteryear lontan. Its existence is born from the slavery period in the West Indies, in the cohabitation of deported Africans and the master of the colonial house. the latter had to lodge him and his his family often at the bottom of the dwelling of the owners. In spite of their precarious conditions the individuals organize themselves and thanks to their ancestral knowledge they create a garden capable of being self-sufficient. As the waves of post-colonial immigration progress, the garden gains in diversity and optimization of the agricultural culture brought by the new occupants of the island. The contribution of all this knowledge, in cultural techniques, and in plant diversity has given birth to a self-sufficient and autonomous agro-environment, whether for food or health. With regard to the so-called Creole kaz, it has improved over the decades and its architecture has stood the test of time. low to medium).
Last edited: 03/01/2024