From Friday 20 to Sunday 22 May 2022 the exhibition-market dedicated to the Mediterranean garden returns to Marina Genova. There will be over 140 specialized nurseries and qualified exhibitors on the theme of nature, from all over Italy. The program of collateral events is wide and varied to disseminate the culture of greenery and the sea, under the banner of environmental protection and sustainability.
Strolling between piers and quays, transformed for the occasion into a wonderful flower garden on the sea, gardening and nature enthusiasts will find essences and flowers suitable for the Mediterranean climate: annual, biennial and flowering perennials, berry trees and shrubs, cactaceae and succulent plants, aromatic and medicinal plants, fruit and vegetable plants, citrus and small fruits, without forgetting particularities such as ancient fruits or rare seeds. Numerous appointments are also planned with specialized nurserymen from all over Italy to receive valuable advice on specific crops.
Program and events
On Friday 20 May the Azienda Agricola L’Antico Fiore (Nettuno, Rome) will explain how to recognize and grow geraniums and pelargoniums, while the Azienda Agricola D’Aleo Giovanni (San Giuseppe Jato, Palermo) will discuss how to choose among the most beautiful varieties of passionflower.
Saturday 21 May it will be possible to discover the wonderful intertwining of roses and clematis, together with the Vivaio Fiorichiari (San Pietro Mosezzo, Novara); the delicate beauty and sweet scent of hoya, the “wax flowers”, curated by HoyaMia (Gattico-Veruno, Novara); tillandsia and the unusual world of air plants, with Florovivaistica Villacidro (Villacidro, Cagliari); aquatic plants together with Colla Vivai (Moretta, Cuneo), up to all the secrets for creating a bonsai, by Green Express Bonsai (San Maurizio Canavese, Turin).
Sunday 22 May will be dedicated to biodiversity, with the “Pomona di Gallesio, ancient fruits recovered”, together with Vivai Montina (Cisano sul Neva, Savona), to the world of cut roses with the writer and gardenteller Nicoletta Campanella and the creator of roses Antonio Marchese (Sanremo, Imperia), up to Sicilian capers and aromatic herbs by the Azienda Agricola Aromatiche ClaGia (Sciacca, Agrigento), concluding with insights on carnivorous plants, the most fascinating vegetable predators, together with the Stranger Plants (Fumane , Verona), and on cymbidiums and other orchids, with the Azienda Agricola Sei Cime d’Oro Orchidee (Cernusco sul Naviglio, Milan), which will reveal how to obtain spectacular blooms.
Around the theme of the garden and nature, Yacht & Garden also offers furniture and antiques, garden equipment, vases and baskets, floral and marine clothing, bags and hats, jewelery and costume jewelery, organic food and cosmetics, books, magazines and meetings with associations.
To the walk among the Mediterranean colors and scents, where you can look for the news and the best green purchases, Yacht & Garden also combines a rich program of collateral events, organized thanks to the collaboration with important partners and institutions, with the aim of promoting the culture of greenery and the sea, in the name of environmental protection and sustainability. Meetings, exhibitions, music, dance and itinerant theater will involve visitors throughout the weekend, with a series of events dedicated to children, including workshops, shows and entertainment.
To act as a prestigious and evocative setting for the fourteenth edition of Yacht & Garden, renewing the encounter between the beauty of greenery and the sea, there will also be some of the most beautiful vintage sails of the Mediterranean that will remain moored, guests of honor in Marina Genoa, during the entire event.
Curated by Daniela Cavallaro and promoted by S.S.P. Società Sviluppo Porti Srl, Yacht & Garden is one of the most anticipated national events in the sector, with a focus on the Mediterranean garden and with over 140 exhibitors among the most qualified in Italy. Marina Genova confirms itself once again as a lively, safe, welcoming meeting place in the west of Genoa and a gateway to the excellence of the entire Ligurian territory.
Where, how and when
market-exhibition of flowers and plants from the Mediterranean garden
Friday 20 (2pm – 7pm), Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd May 2022 (10am – 7pm)
Via Pionieri e Aviatori d’Italia
Admission to the event, parking and participation in collateral events are free.
Orticola di Rome envelops the center of the capital with flowers of a thousand colors: Villa Borghese and via Condotti will be the protagonists of the event dedicated to horticulture, nature, art and sustainable mobility. A “green” event for the first time in the historic heart of the city to offer Romans and tourists the opportunity to immerse themselves in the varied world of flowers and plants.
Much more than a market exhibition, Orticola di Roma is a cultural initiative that sees the involvement of nurserymen, plant producers and companies attentive to sustainability alongside the museums of the Villa Borghese circuit, the Fai and the Institutions in a single three days, declined between beauty, harmony and nature. Via dei Condotti dresses up in spring thanks to the art of the flower designers who will decorate one of the most beautiful streets in Rome, against the backdrop of Trinità dei Monti, with original and colorful flower boxes. Two floral columns placed at the entrance to the street will build a natural continuation of the flowering that adorns the Spanish Steps with traditional azalea plants. The luxury shopping of those who stay in the city for the weekend, during the three days of the event, will breathe the fragrant blossoming of spring
Viale delle Magnolie will be animated by specialized quality exhibitors: from selected bulbs, to extraordinary tillandsias in bloom, from fascinating and succulent cacti to exotic carnivorous plants, from Japanese art of Kokedama to elegant multicolored orchids. The flower designers will also be present with their fresh flowers and original compositions perfect for any type of gift but also for decorating homes and gardens. Do not forget the artisans and hobbyists with their creations inspired by the world of flowers and plants, such as fabrics decorated with the technique of botanical print in contact or scarves in fiber bamboo, and then bijoux, lamps and much more, all in the name of uniqueness and originality. In the program of the exhibition, a space will be dedicated to botanical publishing with the presence of Nicoletta Campanella of Nicla Edizioni with special attention to the enhancement of the Italian botanical heritage with the presence of the Secret Garden Garden Tour. Finally, the non-profit organization of the Italian Forestry Fund for the protection of woods will be present at the first edition of Orticola in Rome to inform visitors about the importance of woods in the balance of the ecosystem.
Not only flowers and plants, but also cultural visits: the Fai (Fondo per l’Ambiente Italiano) will offer the extraordinary opportunity of a special visit in the subsoil of Rome: under Villa Medici, a few steps from the Orticola exhibition market, flows the Vergine aqueduct which supplies water to the Barcaccia and the Trevi Fountain. On 7 and 8 May, the FAI will be available to accompany Orticola’s guests on their descent to the aqueduct through the famous 15th-century spiral staircase. Do not miss the floral itineraries at the Borghese Gallery, at the National Gallery of Modern Art and at the Museum of Villa Medici, where you can ideally admire the works exhibited with a “botanical eye”, with special guided tours or simply following the itinerary set out in stung by the magazine “Gardenia”.
Orticola di Roma 2022 will involve three central locations in the capital:
· Via dei Condotti: the event will come to life in the famous shopping street with floral installations that will decorate Via dei Condotti. The inauguration, organized in collaboration with the Via Condotti Association, will take place on May 5 in a completely pedestrianized street for the occasion.
· Villa Borghese: the magical scenery of Villa Borghese and specifically Viale delle Magnolie will come alive with specialized quality exhibitors: from selected bulbs, to fascinating and succulent cacti with exotic carnivorous plants, from the Japanese art of Kokedama to elegant multicolored orchids.
· Hotel De Russie: the Roman jewel of the Rocco Forte Hotels group, the Hotel de Russie, is located along the elegant Via del Babuino, between two of the most famous squares in Rome, Piazza di Spagna and Piazza del Popolo. During the first Roman edition of Orticola, in the monumental garden resulting from the inspiration of Valadier, from 6 to 8 May, from 10:00 to 19:00, the Hotel de Russie will host a Vip Green Lounge dedicated to sponsors and celebrities and can be visited by invitation.
Thanks to the collaboration of various partners, Orticola di Roma 2022 is also culture, in fact various cultural activities have been organized:
· Fondo Ambiente Italiano – FAI: Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 May 2022 there will be an extraordinary opening of the aqueduct “The snail of Villa Medici” of the Virgin Aqueduct, by the volunteers of the FAI Delegation of Rome. A place that, due to its constructive characteristics and the history it silently guards, represents something truly unique and fascinating. Inside a cylindrical well, with true mastery, a large spiral staircase was built in the 16th century which,with its 117 steps, reaches the speco of the ancient Vergine aqueduct: designed by Marco Vipsanio Agrippa, son-in-law of Augustus, was inaugurated on 9 June 19 BC, a service of the Agrippa thermal baths in Campo Marzio. Visits can be booked at the FAI point inside Orticola. In addition to this extraordinary opening to and dedicated to Orticola di Roma, the FAI has developed a program full of initiatives and unmissable events “Rome. The green and the city “and available on their website: https://fondoambiente.it/.
· Fondo Forestale Italiano: a non-profit association that preserves biodiversity and stems land consumption by conserving and creating woods on land which it acquires ownership. All the woods are left in their natural state, without cuts for economic or utility purposes. Through its action, the FFI mitigates the negative consequences of climate change at the local level. Thanks to Orticola, the “mission” of the non-profit organization will be disseminated to educate citizens to a more conscious life while respecting the environment and trees. On Sunday 8 May at 3 pm, in the area designated for interventions, the President of the FF, Emanuele Lombardi, will brief visitors on the importance of forests in the balance of the ecosystem.
· Nicla Edizioni: Orticola di Roma could not miss a space dedicated to “botanical reading”, an editorial genre that is increasingly followed by gardening enthusiasts and an inexhaustible source of inspiration for creating state-of-the-art gardens and terraces. A reference point in the dissemination of the art of gardening at the highest levels in Rome is the journalist and writer Nicoletta Campanella, testimonial of a new publishing genre created by herself with Nicla Edizioni (www.nicla-arte.org), a publishing house born around the community of the Italian Horticultural System. The botanical readings by Nicoletta Campanella will take place on Friday 6 May at 5.00 pm and Sunday 8 May at 11.00 am. On Saturday 7 May at 3.30 pm the President of the Roman Garden, Maria Gloria Viero, together with the architect Nathalie Grenon Sartogo, will illustrate the project for the refurbishment of the Tiburtina station ring road in a green area such as the high way of Manhattan in NY.
The Secret Garden Tours: With the Secret Garden Garden Tours, in Orticola di Rome horticultural tourism takes shape and the flower show becomes a destination to discover the beauties of the Capital: in this regard, a tourist package has been created including a Roman itinerary with a visit to the Villa Borghese event. An operation that intends to contribute to the tourism industry of the capital with a travel proposal of high level and cultural value. The appointments of the “Roman Walks in the Green” cost € 20 (excluding children under 12) and will start from Villa Borghese – stand of the Secret Garden of Orticola in Rome – at 3.30 pm on Friday 6 May and at 10.30 am on Saturday 7 May. Reservations required email@example.com; 3485203954.
Il Giardino Segreto Garden Tours is a spin-off of PromoTuscia, a tourist service company founded in 1994 in Viterbo in the heart of Tuscia, an inexhaustible source of inspiration with its Italian gardens and its immense landscapes thanks to the intuition of Maria Luigina Paoli and Ivana Pagliara, experts in horticultural itineraries. From Tuscia, to Italy, to Europe, to then go to other continents: taking care of gardens is taking care of life, listening to a world that asks to slow down, to see the plants grow and the fruits ripen, respecting the rhythm of seasons and grasping the fragility and strength of what is ephemeral and the most fascinating: the beauty of nature!
FLOWERS, PLANTS AND DESIGN
Over 30 exhibitors are expected, not only plants and flowers but also furnishing accessories, design, accessories and clothing for gardening and more:
· Exhibitors: a wide range of plants and flowers thanks to the participation of Flower Designers and Manufacturers of excellence, including:
– Moscatella garden nursery: nursery specialized in ornamental grasses for dry environments, both Italian and from other continents. “Our plants are grown naturally, they are not forced to resist water shortages. The fight against parasites is done with natural methods; minimal use of water; cultivation in open fields and not in greenhouses. For this reason the plants have a balanced and resistant development, respecting the times of nature. We produce ornamental grasses and perennial herbaceous plants that tolerate drought and cold. ”
Furnishing items such as:
– Extremes: an eclectic mix of furniture, accessories and objects inspired by travels around the world.
– Black Tulips: Black Tulips was born from the imagination of Isabella and Rachele to share the passion for colors, shapes and materials with sensitive people and lovers of beauty and the original, through moods that materialize in a creative experience. Thus, over the years, new emotions are born, expressed through fabrics, clay, porcelain, precious stones, wood, flowers, yarns, painting…
On the occasion of participation in the Horticultural Show in Rome, Tulipani Neri is pleased to share its sustainable line of “Alice’s Lamps”, an interpretation of the fantasy world of Alice in Wonderland, made with ceramics and objects that represent the Italian tradition such as that of the table, the children’s room, the grandmother’s trunk.
– Innbamboo the original: proposes and promotes a different lifestyle, inspired by an original combination of art and nature, beauty and well-being, innovation and sustainability. Its mission is to create garments and accessories in bamboo and other green fibers and materials, 100% made in Italy, that are beautiful and “ethical”, of exclusive quality and at the same time usable and accessible.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE AREA
Spring is also good and natural food: an area dedicated to food & beverage has been set up within Orticola with 5 different workstations. Natural, organic foods in line with the sustainability of Orticola di Roma and made by Anna & Beatrice lo Presti.
– Casa Manfredi: it will be present with its yeasts in the morning, its pastry, even with its ice cream, the spearhead in the flavors and colors of spring
– Mario Secondi: artisan pasta factory and its sublime pasta that will be rigorously expressed
– Anna Dente OSTERIA: Emilio Ferracci Chef of the homonymous Osteria, will cook his cuisine between traditional and gourmet
– Aromaticus: a moment of food due to suspended between the Vegan and the vegetarian absolutely in the theme of the event, flowers and herbs on the menu
– Phil’s BBQ by Anna loan it & Filippo Nuti: Surprisingly, the pastrami brisket by PHil’s. For the legendary New York sandwich, and the legendary smoked salmon, rigorously in smooks at long and slow temperatures.
For small breaks and moments of relaxation, there will be a Cafeteria – Bar – Lounge – Cocktail area.
An area will host the CAFETERIA from morning to Aperitif time, offering centrifuges and flavored waters, cold herbal teas, and cocktails by Valeria Bassetti and Massimo Arpak.
Orticola di Roma
FROM 6 TO 8 MAY VIALE DELLE MAGNOLIE (VILLA BORGHESE)
Friday 6 May
9.00: Opening of the first Orticola edition of Rome
15.30: Roman Walks in the Botanical Green – Departure from the Giardino Segreto Garden Tour stand to discover Rome in the Green. A visit between public and private spaces that will include: Villa Borghese, Villa Aldobrandini, Angelicum, the Garden of the Torre delle Milizie, the Garden of the Villa Carlo Alberto al Quirinale, and the Public Garden of Sant’Andrea.
17.00: Botanical Reading by Nicoletta Campanella Nicla Editions: presentation of the second volume of the editorial series “La vie en roses” Chinese roses, Queens of the East. A tale of incredible travels, explorers, pioneers, passions, fashion and customs starting from the unprecedented story that tells of the one who welcomed them to her court before her: Queen Marie Antoinette.
18.00/20.00: inauguration of the Nursery Market Exhibition
Saturday 7 May
10.30: Roman Walks in the Botanical Green – Departure from the Giardino Segreto Garden Tour stand to discover Rome in the green. A visit to public and private spaces that will include: Villa Borghese, the Garden of Palazzo Colonna, Angelicum, the Garden of the Torre delle Milizie, the Garden of the Villa Carlo Alberto al Quirinale and the Public Garden of Sant’Andrea.
15.30: Botanical Reading by Nicoletta Campanella Nicla Editions: presentation of the second volume of the editorial series “La vie en roses” Chinese roses, Queens of the East. A tale of incredible travels, explorers, pioneers, passions, fashion and customs starting from the unprecedented story that tells of the one who welcomed them to her court before her: Queen Marie Antoinette.
Sunday 8 May
11.00: Botanical Reading by Nicoletta Campanella Nicla Editions: presentation of the second volume of the editorial series “La vie en roses” Chinese roses, Queens of the East. A tale of incredible travels, explorers, pioneers, passions, fashion and customs starting from the unprecedented story that tells of the one who welcomed them to her court before her: Queen Marie Antoinette.
15.00: Iintervention to be defined by the Italian Forestry Fund.
With the arrival of spring, a new flowering season begins for our small garden. Traditionally, tulips and daffodils color the first flowerbed. white, red and yellow, to begin with.
In mid-May the first roses blossomed… This year we planted new fragrant yellow / orange roses in the garden They tend to be a little pink, but let’s see how they will become as they grow up
After the first colored and fragrant roses, the very white ones have also arrived that had already been in the garden for a few years … Let’s see how long this first flowering will last with the heat of late May
We are now at the end of May and the Piracanta has exploded with a white and intense flowering … Who knows how many orange berries this autumn will have if this is the case now?
he one in the photo below is instead a gift that enriches and colors the garden of 2022: Dipladenia is in fact a climbing plant with colorful flowers that must however be followed, especially in winter when it will be very cold in this area and certainly will no longer be in an environment favorable to her as in this period…
Starting from Friday 6 May until early June, the gardens of Castello Quistini will reopen to the public, a magical place that is the setting for numerous events and courses. On the occasion of the spectacular flowering of over 1000 varieties of roses, a calendar of openings has been planned, offering the possibility of free visits and guided tours in the labyrinth of roses admiring the unique architecture and atmosphere of this much loved Franciacorta jewel. For those taking part in the guided tours there is a tour entitled “Among roses, history and legend” where, accompanied by Marco Mazza, you will be guided to discover the numerous botanical curiosities of the garden without neglecting moments dedicated to the history and architecture of the building. The garden is also a nursery specializing in ancient, modern and English roses, so whoever wants to can buy and take home a small part of the castle green treasure, as a reminder of a special day immersed in the greenery. Visits are limited and reservations are required using the form you find on the website www.castelloquistini.com.
The rose labyrinth of Castello Quistini consists of three large concentric circles composed exclusively of roses, with a gazebo in the center covered with a splendid single-flowering climbing rose (Banksiae Alba and Banksiae Alba Plena). The three circles are in turn divided into four circular sectors that tell the story of the roses: at your entrance the first plants are wrinkled roses (hybrid and spontaneous) in the direction of the gazebo, crossing four bushes of modern ground cover roses. On the right, the modern roses, while on the opposite there are the ancient roses. In the southern sector (towards the nursery the English roses of David Austin), up to the arch covered with a beautiful old rose named Alfred Carriere.
Within the calendar of events on the website there are numerous theoretical and practical workshops open to all and with a limited number on the topic of craftsmanship and green living with real experts in the sector. For example, you can learn how to make terrariums or learn how to make a clay pot or learn about famous Japanese art techniques.
The Corpus Domini infiorate will return thanks to an anti-covid safety and prevention plan that will soon be presented. All this, for now, is made possible thanks to the decisions taken in a recent meeting between the board of directors of the association of infioratori, some local authorities and the parish priest of the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria Maggiore and San Lorenzo di Spello.
The security plan should provide for an online booking system that regulates access to the infiorate and allows anyone coming from the rest of Italy to book the entrance to attend the infiorate in full compliance with current regulations. In addition to about two thousand clubs, thousands of tourists arrive from all over Italy to attend the event and, guaranteeing the right amount of safety in such a particular period, while allowing such an important event to take place, becomes essential.
Orticola returns in its historical guise on the second weekend of May, bringing with it a fundamental message for human well-being and health. Plants, flowers and gardens are a primary good for man as well as constant contact with nature.
Walking in a park or in a wood, cultivating a vegetable garden, working in the garden and staying connected with plants are all actions that help develop and maintain constant psycho-physical well-being. Orticola’s goal is to reach anyone, showing once again that the benefits of plants and nature are innumerable and available to everyone. In a world that increasingly leads us to move away from greenery, increasing our pace, the level of stress, for example, staying in contact with plants can help us live better.
25 years of Orticola in short
The first edition of Orticola dates back to 1866 and was held in the hall of Palazzo Dugnani, one year after its foundation. The first edition in Palestro in what have become today the gardens named after Indro Montanelli is dated 1996. From the 37 exhibitors of the edition at the end of the 90s, we have reached 160 of this edition, without counting the numerous initiatives that, over time, have alternated and have enriched the Milanese market exhibition. We can remember, for example, the Grape garden, that of the Butterflies or the Garden of Fabrics in 2006, up to the Flower Gardens born in 2011.
Peony Orticola Milan
Roberto Gamoletti, author of ‘Orticola Milano’ has been dealing with the hybridization of peonies at an amateur level for 25 years and has been a member of the American Peony Society since 2000 where he has registered, to date, ten hybrids, seven of which are shrubs. From the passion for peony and gardening, very particular hybridizations and colors were born, including the Peony Orticola Milano, a herbaceous hybrid, early flowering with semi-double flowers, slightly scented. The plant can reach a height of 76 cm and saw its first flowering in 2014, about seven years after the seeds germinated. Since 2017, the subsequent multiplications and selections have been followed and operated by the G&G Buffa nursery in Poirino in the province of Turin.
The Nymphaea thermarum in Orticola
Only for this edition Orticola will host a unique rarity all over the world. This is Nymphaea thermarum, an aquatic plant in Rwanda with a very special history. The Nymphaea thermarum lived in a small spring which, due to the exploitation of the waters, has disappeared. Only thanks to the restoration of some seeds and the great work of Carlos Magdalena, a botanist from Kew Gardens in London, was it possible to save this unique plant from extinction. Water Nursery, a Latina nursery specializing in aquatic plants and engaged in the research, cultivation and conservation of ‘native’ and endangered plants, will bring Nymphaea thermarum to Orticola. NT is a difficult plant to cultivate and, given its rare characteristics, it can only be grown indoors with the right conditions. It is not for sale but will be a gift for the association’s collection, as well as for the Botanical Gardens
The other plants of Orticola
The Marrubium friwaldskyanum, exhibited in the Cascina Bollate stand, is part of the typical flora of Bulgaria. It is a species considered in danger of extinction and inserted within the protected areas of the European ecological network ‘Natura2000’. Anthurium luxurians is a particularly rare Anthurium, but in May will be present at Orticola! Plant that Plant, located near Malmö in Sweden, will present an initiative linked to the benefits of indoor plants, in particular to some species that are particularly suitable for growing in the home. Philodendron, Anthurium and Monstera, are the most used to decorate rooms, as some can adapt to the lack of lighting and humidity in the air. Monstera obliqua, immortalized in the 2022 image by Orticola, is a species of the Araceae family, native to Trinidad and tropical central and southern America. Like other plants of the genus Monstera, this species is an epiphytic climber (that is, it grows on another plant, from which, however, it does not derive nourishment, as well as numerous orchids). Its inflorescences become bright yellow.
Orticola per Milano
For 25 years, Orticola di Lombardia, a non-profit association, has donated the proceeds from the organization of the exhibition market to the city green; in particular, following the agreement with the Municipality of Milan, a part is intended for the Indro Montanelli Public Gardens and, in particular, for the arrangement and care of the Cerbiatti Flowerbed in front of the Civic Museum of Natural History. At the Perego Garden, in via dei Giardini, ordinary and extraordinary maintenance activities continue, as well as the growth, care and maintenance of “L’Altra Pergola. Homage to Leonardo “, the mulberry pergola, just like the one depicted in the fresco by Leonardo da Vinci, realized in life-size in the Cortile delle Armi of the Castello Sforzesco da Orticola di Lombardia in 2019, on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the master’s death. Orticola’s commitment is also aimed at maintaining the Garden of the Royal Palace where, on an old parking lot, an oasis for a pleasant stop in the heart of the city was born. Other initiatives carried out by the Association in favor of the city, are the management of the Entrance Court of the Gallery of Modern Art. In recent years Orticola di Lombardia has also redeveloped the external perimeter, which opens onto the portico, of the courtyard of Palazzo Dugnani, with the creation of a back on which wisteria climb, while the gate has been covered with roses. The Flower Gardens of CityLife are always active in Viale Eginardo, built over an area of approximately 3000 square meters. Another project is the Ceresio Investments teak benches around the city. For some years Ceresio Investments has been a corporate partner of Orticola di Lombardia and has given away numerous benches to Milan, which are positioned in the Milanese public gardens, to find the benches just turn around the city and look around.
The free courses of Orticola
Around the exhibition-market, some spaces for gardening courses dedicated to adults and children. The calendar of events will be updated on the official website of orticola.org
All info for visitors
Orticola exhibition-market of flowers, plants and unusual, rare and ancient fruits from Thursday 5th Mayfrom 14.00 to 18.30 Friday 6 May, Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 May 2022 from 9.30 to 19.30 at the Indro Montanelli Public Gardens in Milan Entrances from via Palestro, piazza Cavour and Palazzo Dugnani via Manin 2
The purchase of tickets is exclusively online on the orticola.org and midaticket.it sites. Tickets are available for purchase at a cost of € 12.00.
IT IS POSSIBLE TO PURCHASE THE TICKET ONLINE DISCOUNTED FOR € 10.00 FROM 21 MARCH TO 21 APRIL.
Euroflora in Genoa is back from 23 April to 8 May, a place of extraordinary landscape, botanical and artistic interest.Founded in 1966 and now in its twelfth edition, Euroflora is organized by Porto Antico di Genova, promoted by the Municipality of Genoa in collaboration with the Region and the Chamber of Commerce of Genoa.
The park project
The park project is based on a geometric principle formed by ellipses and circular shapes created to integrate new paths with those existing in the Nervi Parks.All this will be enriched by exhibition areas and an important element such as water.16 fountains will be an integral part of the project with patches of vegetation and trees typical of Genoese parks.
The Green Market
The Green Market is the shopping area where visitors can buy plants and flowers.You can find it upstream of Parco Gropallo, near the gate of the main exit
The sustainability project
In the 2022 edition of Euroflora, the path taken in 2018 will continue.Where possible, we will continue with the commitment to reduce the use of plastics and derivatives in outfitting. As regards the use of public transport to reach the event, the use of the train and public transport which had the majority share in the previous edition will continue to be promoted.Parking spaces for the disabled will in any case be available near the parks.
Timetables, info and tickets
Euroflora will be open to the public from Saturday 23 April to Sunday 8 May from 8.30 to 19.00.Tickets, which will be sold in a limited number, will be on sale on the official website: www.euroflora.genova.it
Myplant&Garden is back from 23 to 25 February 2022, the Milanese international green expo. Lively green, flowers, cut, machinery, design and landscape, pots, nutrients and seeds, services, decorations and accessories are the main macro-sectors around which the event develops. Almost 700 brands on display transform the FieraMilano-Rho pavilions into a gigantic greenhouse of four and a half hectares dedicated to every moment, aspect, opportunity, vision and innovation of green-living.From laboratory research to the most advanced services, from the most traditional proposals to the most modern productions, the plant world, materials, projects, knowledge, science and creativity will be present in the new edition of the International Green Exhibition.At the service of collective well-being, the culture of greenery and commercial channels.
To date, there are 115 official delegations of international buyers from 30 countries,especially from Europe, the main outlet market for Italian products (84% of exports), the Mediterranean basin and the Middle East (emerging market). The presence of large distribution brands (Garden Center chains, GD, DIY, Home & Garden, e-commerce), of well-known names of Real Estate, of the Public Administration, of municipal technicians (Environment, Green, Public Works sectors)), the management of parks, gardens, historic houses, botanical gardens, sports clubs and associations, hotel chains, universities, and thousands of operators in the supply chains.
The best productions, the most important brands, the protagonists of the market and the culture of greenery meet at Myplant to confront each other in a marathon of meetings and activate new synergies.Dozens of in-depth and comparison appointments, many of which incollaboration with the Orders and the main representatives, leagues, professional associations, trade confederations.The calendar of events dedicated to green sports, tree-climbing landscape, fashion shooting, floral demonstrations, exhibitions, weddings, points of sale, motorgarden, design, construction, innovation and trends is very rich.
Among the curiosities in Myplant, the treeclimbing trials of the lumberjacks, the gardening demonstrations, the contests with the world masters of floral decoration, the oldest fruits and the most recent innovations, settings for wedding ceremonies, new botanical hybridizations, garden centers of the future, secular olive trees and mammoth bonsai, rivers of blooms and monumental cacti, organic and eco-sustainable productions, smart gardens for the home, equipment for vegetable gardens and gardens, eco machinery and wi-fi for the care of greenery, new patented plant species, clouds oftillandsia, hydroponics and aeroponics, vertical greenery for interior design, traceability and product safety, outdoor flooring with high durability even in hostile and high-performance environments, soil stabilizers, bio-accelerators and plant growth propagators, eco-sustainable and biodegradable pots,herbs and cactaceae, new accessories and equipment for points of sale …
The Myplant pavilions
Pavillon 20 is an invitation to grasp the potential of an increasingly necessary synergy between the world of green architecture, urban planning, supply and maintenance of greenery, be it sports, public, private and hospitality. This is the sense of the continuity of the spaces between the major brands of the green supply chains – motor garden, trees, lawns, outdoor products, construction materials … -, the participation of professional studios, the area dedicated to meetings on the project, the landscape and sport. From living green to infrastructures, from regulations to supplies, the Sports Green becomes the heart of institutional and commercial relations of a fundamental sector for the economy of the entire country. The Landscape Area offers visitors product previews, innovative materials, quality projects, special initiatives, meetings with key players from the world of business and architecture, PP.AA. and delegations looking for customers, suppliers, services, ideas and solutions. Urban Green Management is the section reserved for the management and implementation of green and naturalistic heritage (agro-engineering, agronomy, phytopathology, enhancement, programming, diagnostics, survey, sharing of orders …). UGM is made up of the best entrepreneurial and associative realities with complementary skills, engaged in the same sector
Inside the pavilion there is a huge range of horticultural and horticultural products (from herbs to indoor plants, from bonsai to cactaceae, from succulents to green coatings, from fruit plants to trees …), services for markets and businesses (logistics, software, graphics, printing, distribution …), of vases and containers (from nurseries, shops, domestic, outdoor and urban furnishings, of every shape and material, with a large presence of recycled and recyclable materials), of thetechnique in general, from substrates to nutrients, to solutionsanti-parasitic.
Outdoor area pavilions 16-12 - Demo Area
In addition to the important showcase inside Pavillon 20, an outdoor testingarea is reserved for the motorgarden, tools and equipment sector between the Pavillons.12 and 16 by Formazione 3T.
Pavillon 12 – introduced by an installation by Bloom’s Accadamey – Patrizia Di Braida Floral & Event Designer with Italian flowers supplied by AFFI – Associazione Floricoltori e Fioristi Italiani – presents a double tour: on the one hand the world of flowers and decoration from which related activities branch off; on the other, technology, greenery and accessories. The Décor District is the lively arena of floral and botanical decoration and creativity, venue for contests, shooting, laboratories, debates and workshops with the great masters of floral decoration, floral design ateliers, international collectives, industry trendsetters. As a side dish, the very important product offer for professionals of the flower and decoration market. The other part of the pavilion is reserved for a wide and large selection of horticultural, floral and nursery proposals from Italy and the world, where the product offer is divided between greenery, accessories and an increasingly complete review of products and solutions for the protection and yield of productions (both for soils and for plants – from pesticides to pesticides to pesticides, nutrients with fertilizers, fertilizers, substrates, soils …). Here you will find the set-up dedicated to the garden outlets of the future: Garden Center New Trend, particularly innovative in terms of concept, set-up, product and thematic contents – with a range of exhibition, commercial and service proposals for Gds and the world of distribution. There will also be an important competition initiative by FIORItales, the new multi-channel publishing project resulting from the collaboration between Myplant and the Green Laboratory Editions dedicated to professional flower communities. A B2B project that sees the constant growth of attention from florists and decorators.
The special initiatives
Partner of Myplant for the 2022 edition, PANTONE® presents a preview of the spring / summer 2023 color collections based on the new Metaverse palette, a source of inspiration for the entire Décor District.
“The partnership with PANTONE®, which will be present at the fair, offers the international community a new way of conceiving floral decoration, giving space to creativity and beauty by intercepting the next color trends from the most authoritative source on a global level.Over the next few years, the unprecedented palette presented at Myplant will become a central element of inspiration for the colors, the formal, aesthetic and emotional suggestions it arouses “.
Within the Décor District, international trendsetters from the world of floral decoration, fashion and wedding will offer their exclusive interpretation of the new trends.Exhibitions, flower-fashion shows, debates and workshops will investigate the Metaverse, accompanying experts, operators, academies and visitors on an unprecedented journey into the colors of the future and into the future of colors.
My plant Tech
It is the connection point between research, businesses and markets, aimed at promoting the world of innovation in the green supply chain sectors, aimed at Green Business & Innovation Technology. Real and virtual exhibition space, it will highlight technologies, research and experiments to discuss the issues of Ecological Transition in the fields of cultivation, gardening and landscape, in an area characterized by high interactivity, with live demonstrations and dedicated workshops. Faced with the current and forthcoming challenges that are now essential for the whole world, the green supply chains have many arguments to develop: from phytopathological protection of the land to policies to combat climate change, from water saving solutions to the use of carbon-based equipment. free energy, from the development of bio-architecture, high-yield greenhouses, hydroponics and aeroponics to the contribution in favor of environmental sustainability, from the drive to chemical and genetic research to the constant study of new hybridizations to the incentive for the circular economy, from biofertilizers to precision agriculture, from the protection of biodiversity to food safety, from the natural fight against fine dust and pollution in general. A list of things, visions and predictions that it requires to be able to be analyzed continuously. “What Myplant intends to activate with MyplantTech is a place where specific and sectoral knowledge and skills meet, cross and fertilize each other, in the name of a broader vision and a long-term horizon. By producing concrete, tangible, verifiable, salable and affordable innovation. “
During the fair, the winner of the I Giardini di Myplant (5th ed) creative design competition called Sky Farm will be announced.The theme of the competition, promoted by Myplant in collaboration with the Minoprio Foundation and SATAC SIINQ and coordinated by arch.Umberto Andolfato (AIAPP), was the design of a vegetable garden (Sky Farm) on a portion of the roof of the newly designed destination center Caselle Open Mall (COM), located in Caselle Torinese (TO) near Turin international airportSandro Pertini. The aim of the competition was the conception of a large green roof area (project area size: 3,900 square meters) equipped with educational, multisensory, rehabilitation and convivial paths, contemplating the presence of traditional and automated ground garden gardensand transparent structures for hydroponics, aeroponics and aquaponics.
Horticulture, green management, construction and landscape, garden retail, sports green, technological innovations, decoration and flowers, greenery and health: these or macro-themes that will be explored in the very rich program of conferences, meetings, workshops and meetings at Myplant 2022. The large green community of experts, operators, technicians, associations, orders, companies and institutions returns with pride and safety to the pavilions of FieraMilano Rho. Myplant 2022: a unique wealth of knowledge available to all representatives of the vegetable and built green supply chains.Discover the constantly updated program of meetings on the Myplant website: https://myplantgarden.com/convegni–2022/
As planned and hoped, begins with a nice flowered snowdrops the season 2015. The melting snow and him, without too much waiting, check the grass and flowers for the first time by stealing at all … even to spring …
beautiful pink and in single file, exactly as they were planted, these Darwin, were the first to go, ahead of even the old ones more mature! Directly from the floating flower market in Amsterdam (Thanks Christiana for gift!), To the hills of Emilia Romagna, the step was short …
Out of every rule these tulips have blossomed with incredible lag behind all others. They are called Ice Cream and have the shape of an ice cream and see them for the first time in his own garden was an immense satisfaction!
I thought flourish in the fridge;-)
All together with a few cm from each other.
By mid-May here is also amaryllis, with all their elegance, beauty and charm … the speed with which they grew was really amazing … From Netherlands to the sun in 40 days …
In June, and this is the first poppy with its deep red leaves almost no photograph
and with poppies, other small and colorful summer flowers that were waiting with happiness!
Should be white sunflowers but, as you can see from the picture, the yellowish is not exactly disappeared altogether. This hybrid sunflower nice result in the end is a nice large daisy high, for now, one and a half m. approx and the clear color!
Despite the heat and the sun of late July, finally the time has come gladiolus. The bulbs of these towering and colorful flowers arrive from Keukenhof, the famous park of Dutch flowers. Around there, in a small kiosk, one afternoon in late April, I saw them, bought and planted just got home … Here are the results after a few months 🙂
And while the world goes on, what once was a small screw it is about to touch the three meters and around learning!
Even hydrangeas planted last year are beginning to show the first visible results!
They are still tiny but over time grow and enrich the colors Garden ..
Water at will, especially with the early summer heat, plenty of shade, and the results will keep coming!
The First photos of 2016 are dedicated to apple trees, after about a year and a half, he begins to give, in addition to several flowers, even some small uncooperative in view of the final maturation of October. Given the temperatures a bit ‘fresh spring, we thought of a traditional pollination, slipping a feather on the stamens and pistils of flowers …