The Italian garden has its origins in the Renaissance period and is best suited to a representative villa. It is laid out geometrically and its splendid effect as a garden is created by the targeted combination of shape, planting and water.
Hedge plants, thuja, yew, beech and boxwood, together with the garden paths, form the framework of this garden. In the beds, roses together with perennials in carefully chosen colors and graduated heights appear cheerful and elegant all year round. A lawn brings calm to the picture.
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