Scents on high cliffs: The ROSE GARDEN FOUNDATION

A great new rose garden in the Val di Non (Trentino Alto Adige, Italy), inaugurated in summer solstice of 2012. It’s the Rose Garden Foundation, with its marvellous scents on high cliffs.

The owners  say that “the garden, as sleeping on the edge of the wood lies on one of the most beautiful terraces of Anaunia. A wonderful place from which to leave through his gaze on incomparable scenery. A thousand meters high, a rarity il roseto, you drag in dream among hundreds of varieties and thousands and thousands of roses with their history, their scents and their charm. ”

And still they say “in the middle of a garden are green, a small stage with valle and Maddalene as background. Will this magical place where, immersed in the scent of roses, stunned almost from colors and shapes, you can attend year-round performances, events and meetings. Combine the “genius loci” art for new sensations and atavistic simultaneously. ”

For an overview of the collection of rose go here

To find out the paths proposed, the Park, and many pointers on how to grow roses go here

For more information: www.ilgiardinodellarosa.it

e-mail: info@giardinodellarosa.it

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