22nd September: Protected plants of Friuli Venezia Giulia

The Friuli Venezia Giulia region, thanks to the variety of its habitats, has a surprising floristic richness.

15th september: What tree is this?

The Dryades project, developed by the Department of Life Sciences of the University of Trieste allows us to keep dozens of interactive guides for identifying plants, fungi and animals in our pockets.

Take a little piece of Carsiana back with you as a souvenir

This is a novelty we are sure will be appreciated by our guests. At the end of your visit you’ll receive an exclusive, collectible bookmark that shows some of the most fascinating species on display in the Carsiana Botanical Garden.

25th August: Non-native species, a real threat

The non-native and invasive plant species that inhabit the Friuli Venezia Giulia region represent a threat to biodiversity, with impact on human health and socio-economic consequences. But what are the ways these plants came to us and what makes them so dangerous? And which of our wild plants represent a minace on other continents?

4th August: Walking through the water collections of the Carsiana Botanical Garden

The ponds enchant us in all seasons because they are small complete ecosystems, which gradually change over the months. Let's see how to make one in your own garden, giving space to native plant species and awaiting the arrival of animals that will soon visit us.

21st July: Wildlife Gardening

Sometimes you don't need to go far to appreciate the great natural variability, just look out into your garden. With some precautions and attention even the smallest gardens can become true pearls of naturalness, maintenance and enrichment of biodiversity. By creating a stable lawn, a butterfly garden, a pond you can increase biodiversity and giving space to native plants you can contribute to their protection.