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The Fall in Italian Garden
Saturday, November 15TH, 2014 by
  Days become shorter, the breeze begins feeling fresher and the sunlight changes, prompting even us humans to begin sensing nature surrendering to the changing season. The once fresh, green leaves on the trees, slowly begin turning into an array of butter yellows, reds,...
Italian Gardens
Monday, April 28TH, 2014 by
Italian Gardens: Tradition and Beauty People from the world over visit formal Italian gardens, i giardini Italiani, known for their grandiose yet tranquil ambience. Be it one of the finest Italian Renaissance gardens at Villa Lante in Rome, the renowned garden surrounding Palazzo Giusti with its...
Mannerist Gardens
Saturday, October 01TH, 2011 by
Mannerist Gardens in Italy by Teresa Cutler-Broyles   One of the more intriguing and sometimes disconcerting features of a Mannerist garden is the sensation of being watched as you stroll through. Even when no one is nearby and silence settles, that tingling in the back of your brain will not go...
Garden Design for the Vatican : Vignola
Friday, September 05TH, 2008 by
Vignola: Italian Garden designer for the Vatican Italian Garden designer for the Vatican Bagnaia: Villa Lante By Jonathan Radford Above and left : water feature at Villa Lante - Right Pope Julius III > Italy is renowned for it's fashion, it's cuisine and it’s stunning Renaissance...
A Wonderful Garden in Italy
Friday, September 05TH, 2008 by
Gardens in Italy Jonathan Radford's Approach ecoLogica: How many times have we found ourselves breaking our backs in the garden, in order to sustain our dream of creating and maintaining a perfectly green and ordered, 'English-style' garden, convinced that we are getting closer to...
Tuscany: Budding Gardening Authors
Tuesday, August 26TH, 2008 by
Strangers meeting becomes book sensation Many are the obscure dreams of the modern humans, however the aspiration of someday finding some quiet place in Tuscany and spending their days writing books about their everyday Tuscan experiences must feature quite high on that list....
There are at least thirty botanical gardens in Italy and every one of them is exquisite. Italy was a historical first in respect to botanical gardens. The Vatican garden in Rome was founded during the 13th century and the Salerno garden in the 14th century. Neither exists today...
Elements of a Roman-Style Pleasure Garden
Tuesday, August 26TH, 2008 by
Essentials to a Roman Style Garden There is a considerable body of evidence surrounding the gardens of ancient Rome that details the various elements that comprised their pleasure and villa style gardens. Many classical features are found in today's gardens and landscapes paying homage...
How to Stock Your Garden pond
Tuesday, August 26TH, 2008 by
Garden Ponds and Fish Once constructed, your garden pond is not complete without its finishing touches. There are many varieties of aquatic plants and ornamental fish available, which will transform your pond - bringing it to life and blending it naturally into your garden....
A Work of Art in the Italian Garden
Tuesday, August 26TH, 2008 by
Garden Works of Art As you are probably aware, the garden is becoming an ever-increasing interest among the young and old alike. Many of us are now investing nearly as much time and money in our gardens as we are in our houses, making it a booming industry. Landscaping, water features...

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