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Tuscany, the root of the word “Tuscan”, is a region in Italy known for great wines, beautiful landscapes and home to great artists like Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Botticelli to name a few. Its people are regarded to be of high culture and their cooking is unique. Tuscany was far from elegant in the earlier centuries due to being inhabited by farmers. Tuscany is known to be the birthplace of the Renaissance period and their garden designs have shown the power of that period. Though the gardens are grand, they are comfortable and romantic to behold.
In colder environments these gardens can be maintained inside a greenhouse. During the winter season it is common practice to take the plants indoors and put them back out during summer. Tropical gardens are typically dense and include plants with large leaves. To create a more effective tropical atmosphere, plants are huddled closer together. Ferns are the best example when it comes to providing great foliage. Narrow paths to create that jungle look are often found in these gardens and stone, gravel, wood and bamboo is commonly used as a detail for landscaping.
Herbs and vegetables make a Tuscan garden practical and iron works and a small fountain will complete the rustic, simple yet elegant Tuscan look. The size of a Tuscan garden will depend on the gardener. It can be a whole backyard or just a small apartment patio. What is important when creating a Tuscan garden is the inviting atmosphere and the look of elegance with a romantic feel that can be enjoyed alone or with friends or family. A Tuscan garden is a simple yet beautiful and bountiful place where family and friends gather to celebrate and enjoy good conversation and good food.