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Giardino botanico Rea

Via Giaveno, 40 - Frazione San Bernardino, Avigliana, (Torino)
Established by Bellia in 1961, it was created as a private garden and owes its name to the 19th century Piedmont botanist king. The Piedmont Region purchased it in 1989. The garden's aims are to acclimate perennial plants, carry out teaching activities and protect the natural environment. Collections of local flora are sheltered in the greenhouses.The space is divided up into thematic areas. Settings for plants that grow in rocky environments, water plants, officinal and aromatic plants and ornamental plants coming from both endemic flora and that of the entire world are found on the other side of the trees. Rea has a mycological greenhouse, a greenhouse for seeding and an herbarium

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