Also this year takes place in Algund a beautiful event dedicated to garden lovers. It is its fourth edition of the "Flowers and Plants Market in Lagundo", an event that will be held in the church square from Friday April 21th to Monday, 25th April 2017.
Tourist Board Algund, after the great success in the three previous editions of the market, has decided to revive this great celebration for lovers of nature and gardening, which will surely attract an increasing numbers of tourists, curious and passionate.
The village of Lagundo (Algund in German) is a charming village of not even five thousand inhabitants, located in South Tyrol, in the province of Bolzano. It is also known for the famous factory of Forst beer and the one bridge (mistakenly thought of Roman origin, actually dates from the fifteenth century) which divides the city in two exactly.
Lagundo is located close to another location, perhaps best known: Merano, where is possible enjoy spa treatments at the forefront of a spa center, in a beautiful and light structure of glass and steel.
Quest'anno, in occasione della nuova edizione del Mercato di piante e fiori a Lagundo, la piazza della chiesa sarà il teatro di un tripudio di colori e profumi. Gli organizzatori hanno deciso di dedicare questa edizione a una quantomai variegata esposizione di piante mediterranee e non solo. I suoi visitatori, appassionati di giardinaggio e botanica, potranno trovare anche preziosi alberi da frutta, erbe aromatiche, cosmetici naturali, oli essenziali e anche una vasta gamma di elementi d'arredo e strumenti per abbellire il proprio giardino.
La manifestazione si tiene ogni anno, non casualmente, all'inizio della primavera. E quale occasione è più adatta, per passare delle belle giornate e passeggiare in questa solare città altoatesina per ammirare la vasta esposizione di piante mediterranee.
Le Alpi, che qui giungono fino ai 3000 metri di altezza, fanno da protezione contro il gelo del nord, così Lagundo gode di un'insolita mitezza di clima, rispetto a tutta la zona circostante.
In the market of plants and flowers in Lagundo you can admire lavender, oleander, olive trees, lemons, oranges, orchids, camellias, palms, bougainvilee, azaleas, rhododendrons, white cysts and many other shrubs, flowers and plants in the colors and varied scents . It 'also a large section devoted to traditional fruit trees as are the apple trees, pear trees, cherry trees, plum trees, almond trees. All derived from the oldest plants of this type.
There will be a wide selection of flowers, vegetables, herbs and beautiful rose bushes that have a purchase for lovers of this wonderful flower.
The Market project of plants and flowers in Lagundo aims to rediscover the taste of the fruits to the natural: no chemical additives and preservatives. Those traditional flavors that are also in harmony with the well-being and the ecosystem of our planet.
It will be found among its stand also wide of aromatic plants for use in the kitchen exposure for the preparation of their dishes and delicacies. They will be available for visitors also cosmetics and essential oils which are derived completely naturally from flowers. One way to buy organic products for beauty and care of our bodies. Without forgetting the natural herbal teas for all tastes, to flourish our inner being.
A final section of the plants and flowers market will be dedicated to accessories and the furnishings, the terracotta vases and ceramics, the most various ornaments and gardening tools. There will be everything you need to set up your own garden in the most original and imaginative way.
To have some information is necessary contact the Tourist Association of Lagundo, at www.lagundo.it or by phone to the number +39 0473 448 600
The dates and times to visit the plants and flowers market, now in its fourth edition, are as follows: April 21 to 25 in 2017 from 10 to 18 at the church square in Lagundo. A must for those who want to enjoy the beautiful and sunny spring Merano, among flowers, plants, nature and wellness, immersed in the magic of the South Tyrolean mountain landscape and maybe tasting a typical Fine Dining specialties.
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