The "Little Holland" a stone's throw from Padua and Verona to admire tulips blooming

Tulips in bloom:  located at the foot of the Euganean Hills, where during the two years of the pandemic, a former computer scientist planted over 50,000 bulbs with his family, digging every single hole to sow them. In the huge lawn of the park of Villa Pisani Bolognesi Scalabrin, in the Veneto municipality of Vescovana, the flowering of over 200,000 tulips of different species and colours returns on the occasion of the seventh edition of "Giardinity Primavera - I Bulbi di Evelina Pisani", from March 19 to April 18 from 9 to 19. The project is a dedication desired by the current owner to Countess Evelina van Millingen Pisani, genius loci of the historic sixteenth-century villa and author, in the nineteenth century, of the creation of the garden and the immense park designed by Sir Reginald Blomfield, the famous architect of royal gardens and of English nobles. Cunizza, Marchesa d’Este, Cardinal Francesco Pisani, Countess Evelina van Millingen are the protagonists of the history of Villa Pisani, from an ancient medieval court to a sumptuous Renaissance palace, up to the refined nineteenth-century cultural salon.

Another much-awaited event for flower (and photography) enthusiasts is the "Tulipanomania" of the Sigurtà Garden Park, in Valeggio sul Mincio (in the Verona area): the park gates will open on Sunday 6 March 2022 and the flowering with more than one million tulips along with hyacinths, muscari and daffodils is expected from mid-month until April. The flowering that with more than a million tulips together with hyacinths, muscari and daffodils will captivate you in the months of March and April 2022. Colours, shapes and combinations that are always different season after season await you, for selfies and panoramic photos. This award-winning bloom will charm you with many varieties and novelties not to be missed. Continue to follow us on the facebook fanpage and on the Instagram profile to be always updated on the progress of flowering, as Nature has

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