It continues at Giarre, in the province of Catania, Italy, Radicepura, an exhibition aims to enhance gardening, environment, culture, spontaneous and cultivated botanical Sicilian and Mediterranean basin 's heritage. You will discover botanical gardens, parks, wonderful landscapes. In collaboration with Radicepura Foundation. Gardenia magazine - September 2017
The Telegraph - 5 MAY 2017 BY TIM RICHARDSON The ominously smoking Mount Etna provides a dramatic backdrop for a new biennial conceptual garden festival in south-eastern Sicily. Radicepura, pronounced 'Radeechypoora' (the name literally translates as 'pure new roots'), comprises some 14 show gardens created by an international roster of designers, plus several sculptural installations, demonstration plots and a nascent botanical garden (to be opened next year). It's a fun show, with the gardens laid out on the hillside as…
RADICEPURA GARDEN FESTIVAL written by Emanuela Rosa-Clot - Photos by Marianne Majerus Mediterranean nocturnal In Giarre at Catania until October 2017, 14 gardens are telling the present and the future of the lands boarding the Sicilian sea. Designed by worldwide renowned landscapers and made of Sicilian plants.
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The horticultural park for the environment.
Getting inspiration from the English garden exhibitions, the businessman Mario Faro (on the photo) created the Radicepura Garden Festival in a territory very well renowned for its excellence and characteristics, rich in both tradition and innovation. The Mediterranean area, the real protagonist of this event, is a unique place to celebrate the art of outdoors design. With the highest concentration of biodiversity in all Europe, its peculiar physical and climate traits, the Mediterranean is the emblem of an appealing environment…