Discover the many landscapes, combinations and novelties of our new showroom.
In this short gallery we tried to find interesting insights and inspire you to come and see us.
As you know, a photo can never make the pleasure of the perfumes, the colors and the smells of our many flowerbeds that welcome the most diverse specimens.
Certainly, however, it can give you a preview of what you will find!
Our company’s fundamental display and starting point to allow customers to see something different by inspiring them with new ideas and new horizons, our showroom of specimens and unique pieces changes.
By chatting with you, our affectionate customers, we have found that this brief but intense tour is a fundamental step for you during your visit, especially for those who are part of their business on the design and construction of gardens and green areas and need more and more innovative ideas, special varieties and eye-catching items of rare beauty.
While meeting this need, we have decided to modify and perfect our showroom, which has always been the home of exemplary and beautiful plants of our nursery.
This year, the exhibition occupies two sectors of the nursery; we have enlarged it both on the roadside and within the company, trying to give you something more to be useful to you and to make your visit more and more profitable and enjoyable.
We wanted to perfect our old “labyrinth” with its narrow streets where we ventured to discover the various landscapes we had created, hunting for the most hidden plants, transforming it into a real “theater” with various scenery of flowerbeds based on specific combinations and geographic areas.
The great main road, also accessible by car, shows the visitor a whole series of scenarios, giving the impression of a quick trip among the most beautiful gardens in the world.
From Japan, where the landscape is characterized by maples, bonsai and new forms of euonymus, we quickly pass into Tuscany, with cypresses, vines, pomegranates, quercus ilex, quercus suber … and move to the Mediterranean Area, with a rich palm trees with various specimens of cycas, sabal, chamaerops, dracaene and yucca. We have certainly not forgotten the north of Europe, with spectacular conifers, big araucarie, abies, pinus and cedrus; we then cut a different sketch, the topiary bed with its particular forms so typical of Pistoia’s nursery and varietal “new tests”.
And then … we certainly do not want to ruin your surprise!
We can really provide a very wide range of products, give you the right idea and allow you to choose the most suitable pieces for your audience.
We do not want to let you think of garden center owners that we no longer have all that range of products that you are so dear to, but this is only part of our range that we have the pleasure to introduce you with enthusiasm and passion.
In each area we are ready to provide state-of-the-art solutions to meet the needs of landscapers, gardeners, green architects and collectors who are looking for unique plants, tantalizing specimens, special shapes and big plants (sometimes also in varieties for which it is really difficult to find such impressive pieces!) with which to create modern gardens, characteristic and especially characterized by the presence of at least one truly unique piece!
Just an example, to attract you … what do you think about PRUNUS MUME Bonsai?
Perhaps more famous with the name of Japanese apricot, this small deciduous tree with dark green leaves brings beautiful light pink, single or double, flowers with their delicate perfume.
But do not forget about the whole range for the garden centers, always alike in the vanguard and constantly rich in novelty and little good!
We are waiting for you!
Usually, the gardens do not include fish, cherry or apple trees among the most used trees, yet the simple gesture of planting one of these specimens brings with it that much magic, that feeling of a healthy return to the past that can then donate not only goodness but so much beauty for the whole evolution of the life cycle of the chosen tree.
The thrill of hosting one or more fruit trees starts with the wonderful spring bloom where colors from white to pale pink to intense fuchsia alternate and then leave the spot to the first buds.
The intense green shows the strength and luxuriosity of these specimens that after a few weeks begin to show their fruits. And yet another change in colors takes off.
The red, the orange and the yellow and the violet colors begin to make their way between the foliage showing the first fruits.
From beauty to goodness, even for a private garden, you go to the stage of enjoying the chosen fruit. There is nothing better to taste a real-life apricot, a sweet and crisp cherry we’ve seen grow, an apple or pear attracting us since its first appearance.
And the plant continues to alternate scenarios; even autumn, with leaves changing colors and winter with those bare but magical branches in their shapes have a particular charm.
The beauty of many of these specimens is also the strength and resistance they demonstrate. Cherries, apricots and pear trees, just to name a few, are usually very strong.
Cherry tree grows in any kind of climate and in full light. Little demanding on the type of soil, it only fears the too moist and waterproof lands.
Apricot tree tolerates drought but fears wetlands. Prosper in any kind of soil, even calcareous, except those that are too moist or clayey.
The pear tree, also very vigorous, is also resistant to cold and drought.
The plum tree, with its tens and dozens of varieties, is a plant that develops without particular problems, especially on all occasions where it is planted in soils with a good depth and medium impact.
We could continue to describe every single variety, certainly the care is always needed, but we want to emphasize here how their beauty, alongside usefulness, should lead them to be increasingly at the center of gardens of all kinds.
Let’s not forget, then, that the fashion of do it by yourself and living respecting the environment, having fruit trees at home can only align with this trend and strengthen good eating and zero miles habits!
We look forward to seeing you at our nursery to admire the wide selection of fruits available in the season, from the classic ½ potted 12 l steam up to 20/25/30 already circumscribed specimens and even decades old trees, real specimens with a circumference of 60/80/100 cm.
Even the most skeptics will be able to touch with their hands and see with their eyes how special it is to accommodate these useful and at the same time beautiful plants.

In 2005, in the nursery district of Pistoia, began the first sightings of a new Beetle of the Curculionidi family, causing considerable damage to all cultivated Ficus carica.
We are talking about the Aclees cribratus, a beetle originally from Southeast Asia, found for the first time in France in 1997. More in-depth studies have shown that the population present in Tuscany is made up of newly emerged individuals, which are not yet ranked taxonomically, generally defined as Aclees sp..
The adult appears as a large (15-16 mm) curculionide, black in color, with a wide back, no hull, narrowing to the elite base and covered by spots.
In the nursery, this insect runs two annual cycles: the first in June, the second in September. After flickering, the adult is divided between the plants of guest Ficus and the turf grass. Its main nourishment is the bark and the fruits, especially the maturing ones and placed in the apical part of the branch.
The females dig long tunnels in the wood making themselves big thanks to the rostrum. At the bottom of each tunnel they lay an egg that will have an incubation period of 10-20 days. The larva is xylophone and hypogea, or it feeds on the wood that is in the soil.
Attached plant can accommodate up to 8-12 individuals. The larvae, nourished with frenzy, excavate articulated tunnels in the wood, thus causing great damage to the root and collar. The affected plant is so weak, with growing difficulty, with diffuse necrosis and in some cases it can get to death.
At present, various tests have been carried out to control this insect; the fight against larvae has proved to be unsuccessful, especially because young stadiums reside within the hypogeum wood and are therefore difficult to reach. Also systemic or biological insecticides (with the use of nematodes) have proved useless.
However, good results have been obtained with the fight against the adult, in particular by using contact insecticides such as pyrethroids.
The interventions must be made regularly, bearing in mind that the two pecking pairs of the insect are in June and September.
After the first apparitions in the nursery, the Acless was also found on plants planted. The great damage that this insect causes to Ficus Carica L., a plant typical of the Mediterranean Area and with considerable ornamental aptitude, makes it necessary to find specific methods of fighting, possibly larvicide.
In this sense, a rational path to be undertaken and already under study could be the selection of new strains of insecticidal microorganisms capable of colonizing the jar planting substrate.