Edible Labyrinth


Project description

This project, designed by landscape architect Patrizia Pozzi, is on-going in the area East of Villa Tasca Park's historic Palms Boulevard. First in the world, it is made of flower beds bordered by stones featuring a collection of edible plants, nature growing plants fit for consumptions. The flower beds will be laid to remind people biodiversity importance encouraging everyone to preserve more and more the agricultural heritage.

This project contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda

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Europa Italy / Palermo

Villa Tasca is one of the most prestigious and exclusive historical residences in Palermo, immersed in a park full of citrus groves and ancient trees. The villa dates back to the mid-sixteenth century and has been during the centuries the private res...

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