Gardening fairs: Festival del verde e del paesaggio in Rome

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Today we want to suggest you a very nice event for all gardening lovers. We are talking about one of the most important and renowned gardening fairs in Italy, the Festival del verde e del paesaggio. The exhibition (this year the fair celebrates its 6th edition), will take place from the 13th to the 15th of May at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome.

A must-attend festival for garden lovers

The exhibition area is 25.000 square meters, where visitors can literally immerse themselves in nature. Among the gardening fairs, the Festival del verde e del paesaggio in Rome is unique as it hosts nurseries from all over Italy. With their plants, the nurseries will colour the path of the fair, which is more than a kilometer long. There is also the Garden Show section, where you will find all the latest trends in garden design and garden furniture. Besides being an important fair for the gardening field, the Festival is also a great didactic event, as it gives visitors the chance to learn the best gardening secrets from the experts. As a matter of fact, during the festival it is possible to attend a series of classes, in which attendees will discover how to take care of the garden and learn some gardening secrets that will help them create a perfect garden. The classes are both theoretical and practical and participants will have the chance to put into practice what they will learn. Interesting, isn’t it?

Gardening fairs, we are waiting for you in Rome!

If you are a garden lover just like we are, then you should visit the Festival del verde e del paesaggio in Rome. The numbers of the previous edition are the following: 21.500 visitors and 51 nurseries from all over Italy. What are you waiting for? Buy your ticket now and get ready to be overwhelmed by nature in its finest expression!

Visiting Italian gardens in the summer of Expo 2015


Great news for garden lovers: we are proud to introduce you a very nice initiative that you will love for sure! Being the year of the Expo in Milan, the Grandi Giardini Italiani circuit has set up a special itinerary called “100 Italian Gardens for Expo 2015”, which features some of the best gardens and parks of Italy. The itinerary will take you through the enchanting gardens of 11 Italian regions and includes some of Italy’s most fascinating vegetable gardens and orchards.

When nature and art meet, a garden is born

The astonishing beauty of a great Italian villa’s park is something very hard to explain. The amazing pleasure of walking through art and nature, enjoying the changes in the landscape, the beauty of plants and flowers, the colors, the shapes, and the symmetries created by professional gardeners is something you have to experience at least once in your life. Visiting an Italian garden is like being midway between reality and dreams. Some examples? You can visit the gardens of the Reggia Reale of Venaria in Turin, those of the castle of Grazzano Visconti and the gardens of La Mortella on the isle of Ischia, just to name some.

Vegetable gardens, orchards and botanical gardens

Summer 2015 is a great chance to use your spare time to discover the green side of Italy, the eco-friendly Italy of vegetable gardens and orchards, which have been restructured for Expo. Together with Italy’s most charming botanical gardens, they are ready to receive tourists, who will discover the most characteristic gardens of our country, from Villa Taranto in Piedmont to Stigliano in Lazio, from Hanbury Gardens in Liguria to the Botanical Garden of the University of Catania. 100 Italian Gardens: 100 great chances to discover Italy from a different point of view.