The farmland is turning into a lovely cornfield with a wonderful vineyard framing San Luca’s cathedral.
The farmland is being turned into a garden, and as soon as everything grows, the old vineyard will become the symbol of the passage of time in our countryside.
Thanks to a daily diligence in land development projects, nature is coming back to life: the land, once impoverished by a mechanical production, is now rich in organic matter, it feeds on different types of grass and we hope in humus formation…
Different kinds of plants are being planted, the aim is to increase biodiversity, in fact, different types of birds and animals are welcomed into the yard. Maybe the “forest-garden” is still too small to be a forest but it will grow up in time!
Different kinds of roses and other plants are blooming and they give us deep knowledge about plants and nature.
Thanks to the permaculture techniques, the garden grows better and the garden grove is rich in our local fruits.
By walking through the garden you can identify each plant by the name exposed (working progress…)
If you want to keep fit, a small life path (working progress…) si offered so you can go along the country path… ecc. Shared lounge areas are at your disposal for reflecting, reading and painting. You can even have relax swinging on the hammocks near the lack full of carps.
Casa Allegra’s plants
Acacia costantinopoli – Albizia Julibrissin
Acero – Acer campestre
Acero saccarino – Acer saccharinum
Agnocasto – Vitex agnos castus
Albero dei tulipani – Liriodendron tulipifera
Albero di giuda – Cercis siliquastrum
Albicocco Luizet – Prunus armeniaca var. luizet
Albicocco Paviot – Malus domestica var.Paviot
Albicocco Reale di Imola – Prunus armeniaca var. Reale di Imola
Alloro – Laurus nobilis
Aronia melanocarpa – Aronia melanocarpa
Bagolaro – Celtis australis