The journey between Nature and Art has remained intact over the centuries, where the beauty drawn by Mother Nature blends in great harmony with the beauty crafted by human hand.
In this garden you will find an approximately 400 year old Boxwood Labyrinth— likely to be the oldest one of its kind in the world— as well as one-of-a-kind boxwood hedge walls which reach up to 5 metres high. There are also trees between 300 and 900 years old and centuries-old specimens from four continents (Asia, America, Africa and Europe).
Our aim, like all the owners that over the centuries have been careful and conscientious custodians, is to protect and preserve this historic, artistic and botanical heritage. The Pizzoni Ardemani family, who have owned the estate since 1929, would like to thank visitors for their precious help in maintaining this unique, historical site.