The landscape

The landscape that we take such meticulous care of at Terra Natura is not there by chance, but is rather the product of a tireless landscaping study that seeks to create environments and areas where the fauna can wander as if in their regions of origin. On our planet, the world of plants is closely intertwined with the animal kingdom, and this is what we wanted the park to reflect: a botanic garden, three eco-regions or zones of the planet (Tropical America, South-East Asia and Mediterranean Europe) which all feature their characteristic vegetation: from the wide-leafed plants of Latin America including American palms, strelitzias, yuccas, banana plants, anthuriums, philodendrons, Brachychitons, papayas, silk floss trees, custard apple trees, jacarandas, California pepper trees, acacias such as rosewood and ombu, coral trees with their gorgeous red flowers, American bamboo, etc.), to the classic arboreal species of India such as large rubber trees or Ficus, silk trees (Albizias), the Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus), pomegranate trees, Koelreuterias or Golden rain trees, various palms including the exotic Chinese fan palms, the ornamental pygmy date palm and various species of bamboo; and finally the Mediterranean region with a landscape made up of indigenous trees from the ancient Mediterranean forests such as holm oaks, nettle or hackberry trees, carob trees, Italian stone pines, Aleppo pines and the Chamaerops humilis palm, the only native species of palm that is native to southern Europe.

With every passing season we can see how our plant collection of trees, shrubs and ornamental plants, which all started from zero, are growing and taking shape, creating the most wonderful, lush natural surroundings. More than 3,000 examples of 70 tree species and 100 species of shrubs and ornamental plants generate thousands of new offshoots that form the constantly changing appearance of this unique botanical garden.



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