20 May: Fantastic flowers and where to find them

20 May: Fantastic flowers and where to find them

The most representative habitats of the Karst have been recreated in the Carsiana Botanical Garden. In a short visit to the garden we can admire the most beautiful blooms of our territory. But where can we see these wonders outside Carsiana?

14 May: Walking around edible species in Carsiana

14 May: Walking around edible species in Carsiana

The collection of edible wild species, or foraging, is an increasingly common practice, which however requires preparation and study before being undertaken. We can enjoy what nature offers us, but with certain limits that must be respected in order not to damage the species and environments in which we venture.

May 21: An introduction to botany

May 21: An introduction to botany

On the occasion of the World Biodiversity Day (22 May) and the Fascination of Plants day (18 May), the University of Trieste adheres to the initiative of the Italian Botanical Society (SBI), which organized the days of the "SBI-odiversity - Knowing our Vegetable Capital ”, an event conducted throughout the country to return to observe plants in the field and share botanical knowledge.

8 May: Born to read in Carsiana

8 May: Born to read in Carsiana

Sunday 8 May from 10.30 to 12.00 at the Botanical Garden / Botanični vrt Carsiana (Sgonico / Zgonik 55) Born to Read returns to offer all-natural readings aimed at families with children aged 2 and over. According to the formula already adopted last year, the readings will be followed by a child-friendly walk to discover Carsiana in the company of a naturalist guide of the garden.

April 30: Walking around edible species in Carsiana

April 30: Walking around edible species in Carsiana

The collection of edible wild species, or foraging, is an increasingly common practice, which however requires preparation and study before being undertaken. We can enjoy what nature offers us, but with certain limits that must be respected in order not to damage the species and environments in which we venture.

April 15: The karst landscape between past and future

April 15: The karst landscape between past and future

The appearance of the Karst has changed a lot in the last few centuries. The first photos show it barren, but today the vegetation advances and is slowly covering the open areas not grazed. This process is called ecological succession and can provide us with interesting insights to understand in which direction the Karst environments are evolving.