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The Biennal Mediterranean Garden at Radicepura Botanical Park

District Taormina - Catania - Etna
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Description

THE BIENNIAL MEDITERRANEAN GARDEN WILL BE HELD IN THE RADICEPURA BOTANICAL PARK FROM 27 APRIL TO 27 OCTOBER 2019.

Radicepura Garden Festival is the first international event dedicated to the garden design and architecture of the Mediterranean landscape that involves great protagonists of landscape, art and architecture, young designers, scholars, institutions, companies.

Productive Gardens” is the theme that will be the theme for the 2019 edition of the Radicepura Garden Festival. Inside the botanical park it will be possible to visit 10 gardens and 6 installations from renowned international authors created specifically with the most original plants grown by Piante Faro, counting 800 species and more than 5,000 varieties thanks to the nursery activity that Mr. faro has been carried out for more than 50 years, today at the head of the company with his sons Mario and Michele.

These will be astonishing places, but also places to discover the garden designers’ universe which, throughout their installations, will give their own vision of the Mediterranean experience, which is beyond beauty, indeed the palimpsest is telling the climate changes, the union of different cultures, the Mediterranean way of life.

The Sicily is the ideal location for this second edition of the Mediterranean garden biennial: at the foot of Mount Etna, Radicepura aims to promote botany, climate, soil and water excellence of the territory, ideal conditions that allows vegetation to express itself with most vigor than anywhere else.

During the six months of the Festival there will be a rich calendar of events and appointments that will lead to the discovery of the wonders of the Radicepura Park.

Visit Radicepura and book one of SunTripSicily stunning Villa to easily reach this incredible botanical park!