Sustainable Gardens
Dry and waterless gardens

Dry and waterless gardens are 100% sustainable and self-sufficient natural gardens designed to draw their sustenance directly from rainwater and the soil.

The Waterless-Garden Ecosystem

The soil type is very important in sustainable green design, but several Mediterranean plants represent a perfect option for waterless gardens, as they are able to recreate a self-sufficient eco-system in which rainwater is their main supply

Low-Maintenance Gardens

Low-maintenance gardens are ideal examples of sustainable green design, as they are specifically designed to reduce water use and best exploit resources while respecting our eco-system.


Neat and healthy solutions that respects nature in accordance to seasonal rhythms, low-maintenance gardens are becoming increasingly popular among people who care about environmental protection, or who do not have enough time to regularly prune, fertilize and water their green spaces.


Contact us to design your sustainable, waterless garden now.

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Discover our other gardens

Garden design and green space management:
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The advantages for our clients
For an always perfect garden made to last a lifetime

We can create a large garden even in a small space, whether it is a terrace or the family’s kitchen garden, a relaxing home garden, or an indoor green space for a company or a hospitality facility.



An environmental assessment for your first garden on how much oxygen is produced and CO₂ and pollutant absorbed by the plants in your garden, helping the environment and people.



Scheduled or on-request service for highly specialized operations, with maintenance handled by our staff of expert gardeners and agronomists.



Our nursery has produced ornamental plants for 110 years, offering our clients a great advantage that translates into high quality plants and reasonable selling prices.

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