The Fai (Italian Environment Fund) and the Piedmontese Academy of the Garden organize the 27th edition of "Three days in the garden", now a famous market for quality nursery gardening held at the Castle and Park of Masino, this year from 4 to May 6th.
"In the wake of tradition, but with ever greater European scope and even more space for young Italian professionals. This is the spirit of the Three Days for the Garden ", explain the organizers.
The event, conceived by Marella Agnelli and Paolo Pejrone in 1992, is confirmed as one of the most important and complete exhibitions and market of nursery gardening internationally and is enriched this year by new foreign exhibitors, especially from France and Germany, with unpublished collections of tomatoes, sempervivum, succulents and much more.
Among the protagonists of 2018, also young Italian nurserymen who will present innovative crops and varieties such as, for example, extraordinary specimens of oaks.
And then there will be, as usual, trees and shrubs for gardens and terraces; fruit and vegetable plants; berry plants; aromatic plants and medicinal herbs; annual, biennial and perennial flowering plants; decorative plants for the leaf; aquatic plants; cacti and succulent plants; alpine and rock plants; ancient fruits and rare seeds.
Immersed in spring colors and scents, experts and green enthusiasts will be able to discover and buy the collections and news of over 160 carefully selected nurseries, present in Masino with the best of their productions, including new and rare wonders for the garden and the 'vegetable garden. Among the stands will also be on sale accessories for gardening and outdoor.
During the event will be organized moments of study and conferences, but also workshops and events for fans.
The visit to the event will be made even more pleasant by the blooming of the "Garden of Clouds" - composed of about 7,000 plants of white Spireae Van Houttey donated to Fai da Fondazione Zegna and planted more than ten years ago on a project by Paolo Pejrone - and from the visit to the eighteenth century hornbeam labyrinth, located at the end of the old access road to the castle.
Timetable: Friday 4 May from 2 to 7 pm, Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 May, from 10 am to 7 pm (last admission 5.30 pm). For information: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.castellodimasino.it, www.fondoambiente.it.