In this podcast we read the article “The Perfect Lawn” published on this site in the TIPS category.
Today’s botanical profile is the “Cercis siliquastrum” or Judas Tree. So much beauty in this small (but not always) tree.
Do you know Martin Rein Cano? We tell you about his Landscaping projects and his Pyramid of Piazza Vecchia in the Upper Town in Bergamo
A large shrub famous for its long, powerful thorns and colorful berries. It adapts to many climatic situations and offers, if well pruned, very colorful winters. Let’s go and meet it.
Oregano: aromatic with an unmistakable scent and irreplaceable ingredient of Pizza margherita! Did you know that in nature it is alpine?
I know it seems early, but February will be over in no time and we want you to be ready for the spring season.
In this video from TGi: Il TeleGiardino we will apply the principles explained in the project approach videos to a real garden. Case 4 – Cinzia’s garden
What did the Indians smoke without pejote? Don’t go looking for it in nature because you won’t find it as it is refractory to looks.
In this podcast we read the article “Pruning plants in the garden: The Practice” published on this site.
In this video from TGi: Il TeleGiardino we will apply the principles explained in the project approach videos to a real garden.