The gardens represent many cultural activities not directly related to gardening and to the realization of the gardens. Some of them have a strong “essence” expressing simultaneously space and time. The garden is a space “constructed”, an environment created intentionally by men, a place “thought” and its result is also linked to the plants used, their ornamental character and their compatibility with the climate and the environment
Each garden is unique, the result of the link between man and nature, and represents a unique and original story: four types of garden will be presented to an audience that will be called upon to interact actively with the various speakers as part of the meeting organized by Radicepura for Monday, April 7. “4G MODEL GARDEN : which garden for the future?” which will take place from 9 am at the park of Faro Group (www.radicepura.com).