Our history


Draw Me A Garden is above all a beautiful story of encounters between garden enthusiasts. Convinced of the need to reconnect to Nature and the benefits of a small piece of greenery, they launched this start-up to help create and easily arrange your garden.

2016

In 2016, in a coffee shop in Blois, Guillaume Néron Bancel shared with Florent De Salaberry his desire to create "draw-me-a-garden.com".

Florent de Salaberry then in an MBA at INSEAD decided to take this project as a subject for his thesis.

2018

The first prototype is launched, the first users try the 3D tool.

DMAG integrates the FrenchTech incubator at Lab’O in Orléans and two web developers as well as a digital marketing manager join the team.

2017

The start-up Draw Me A Garden is created. Guillaume Gosse de Gorre, landscape architect trained at the Versailles school, joins the adventure.

Several projects have been launched:

> The construction of garden inspirations and plant ranges.
> Garden modelling and the creation of the first 2D and 3D algorithms.
> The first version of the website.

2019

The year 2019 is a sign of acceleration, thanks to BPI grants and the support of a marketing director.

Many users create their gardens on the dmag.fr website. The first customers plant their garden between Tours, Blois and Orléans.

We are evolving and growing....
The adventure continues!

We are a young start-up in constant evolution and we are improving our offer every day to better serve our customers.


A focus on HORIZON H2020 - SME Instruments (Instruments PME)

This instrument is intended for all types of innovative SMEs with a strong ambition to grow, grow and internationalize.

The SME instrument supports the company in stages according to the maturity of the project and grants a grant in the first two stages:

> Phase 1: evaluation of the concept and feasibility (up to 50,000 euros), based on a business plan demonstrating the viability of developing a potential market.
> Phase 2: R & D, first commercial application - demonstration up to 2.5 million euros in grant.
> Phase 3: loan or equity agreement for the commercialization phase, with support.