“Let the peace of nature enter you as the sun's rays penetrate the branches of the trees. Let the winds blow their freshness into you and let the storms charge you with their energy. Then your worries will fall like autumn leaves."
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The Carsiana Botanical Garden greets you on its last day of opening for 2020, dressed in autumn colors and drops of water. Thanks to all those who have cut out a few hours to come and visit us and to all those who have followed through our photos the changing seasons in Carsiana.
We hope we have given you some serenity in such a difficult year.
In autumn, nature offers us a wonderful natural color palette and for the occasion the Carsiana Botanical Garden is transformed into an art studio!
The richness of nature's shapes and colors will inspire participants to express themselves freely, creating original and unique paintings, decorating frames in which to keep their own drawings made on the spot or their photos once they arrive home.
We invite little artists, but also you older ones who still feel like children at heart, to join us on Tuesday 3 November at 2.30pm. All the material necessary for the laboratory will be provided by the staff of the Carsiana Botanical Garden.
The changing of the seasons is clearly visible in the natural environment. With the arrival of autumn, the colors of the leaves change, the animals undertake their millenary migratory paths, others collect supplies for the upcoming winter and there are also many insects seeking refuge. Thanks to some simple tricks we can help both the plants present in our gardens and the wildlife to survive the winter without difficulty.
We therefore invite you to join us on Sunday 25 October at 11.00. With the naturalist Pierpaolo Merluzzi we will explore the aspects that make autumn not only the season in which nature starts to rest, but also an important moment, during which to carry out activities whose results we can observe during the spring awakening.
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The Carsiana Botanical Garden in collaboration with the Geological Service of the Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia, we accompany you on a journey into the geological past of the sinkhole to discover the geodiversity of the botanical garden and its link with biodiversity, with a very interesting study on the latest research on limestone rocks, on geological paleoenvironments and microfossils.
Do you know which is the largest living being in the world? It is not the blue whale and not even a sequoia but Armillaria, a mushroom of mammoth size. The largest specimen is found in Oregon and for him it has been estimated to be 2,400 years old with a mycelium of 4 km and an extension of 8 square kilometers.