Sustainable, suited to tourism, the result of collaboration between various professions: it is the garden of the future, the main protagonist of the round table held in Radicepura. Here, in the beautiful scenery of the new reality by Faro, more than two hundred European experts, researchers and practitioners have gathered for a debate on the theme “4G model garden: which garden for the future?”.
On “showcase”, the experiences of Tresco Abbey Garden and Wisley Garden, illustrated by their curators, Mike Nehlams and Colin Crosbie. Excellencies which inspire Radicepura, “a dream of the family” imagined by Venerando Faro and built by his sons with him, but also “a garden in evolution” because, after the construction of the convention center, is now being made the great botanical park of 5 hectares with 3000 species of plants. “Radicepura will be a collection of mainly Mediterranean plants, but also from other continents – said Mario Faro, marketing manager of the group – the result of our work and the donation of the private collection of my father. It will be an outdoor laboratory in which to test the new species, but also an opportunity that can boost botanical tourism”.