An exhibition space covering over 550 square metres where visitors can admire an extraordinary array of olive trees and century-old plants, cypress groves, exotic trees, conifers and other strange and rare plants. All of the plants on display are part of a private collection gathered thanks to the passion and hard work of many individuals who have operated in the horticultural sector for generations. The museum offers visitors an opportunity to get better acquainted with the features and the variety of the many activities carried out in a land, notably the Valdinievole valley, where nature performs a leading role in adventure and experimentation.A sensational and enchanting museum located in Pescia, the hometown of the finest ‘horticultural masters’.
A VILLAGE IN THE SVIZZERA PESCIATINA, DOTTED WITH MONUMENTS AND ARTISTIC HERTIAGE
The town of Pescia, heart of the green and remote Svizzera Pesciatina, is a city whose monuments bear witness to its history. The Pescia Cathedral, the old parish church (once controlled by the Bishop of Lucca), is an emblem of medieval history, while its secular municipal structures tell a different story. Originally a castle-city, Florence divided Pescia from Lucca in 1339. ...Morekeyboard_backspace
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