ISOLA MADRE: is particularly famous for its azalea, rhododendron, and camellia blossoms but also for the pergolas of ancient wisteria, for the Cashmere Cyprus, which is more than two hundred years old and is the largest example in Europe, and for the espaliers of citrons and lemons, for the collection of hibiscus and the Ginkgo Biloba.
Isola Bella, Lago Maggiore, Italy. Love visiting here in July. 2012. Was beautiful!
Villa Taranto2 – Copia
Villa Taranto: From spring to autumn there are always flowers in bloom, with “special events” for certain species which are particularly spectacular in their season: the tulip week is in April/May, dahlias are at their best between July and October. The garden book festival Editoria & Giardini is an occasion for special events in September. http://www.villataranto.it/
PARK ALPE VEGLIA and Alpe Devero: in the Ossola mountains, between 1700 and 3500 metres, offer spectacular views of majestic mountains, green pastures, and typical mountain lakes. Alpe Veglia Nature Reserve http://www.parks.it/indice/PR/index.php?reg=1