Green thumb 2022, the horticultural fair in Bologna

Pollice Verde: the 14th edition of the horticultural fair in Bologna

Dall’1 to 3 April 2022at the spaces of BolognaFiere (Hall 29), will be held Green thumbthe Garden, Horticulture and Outdoor Furnishings Exhibition, dedicated to all those who love to take care of their vegetable garden, garden or terrace.

We are now in the middle of spring and this is the ideal opportunity to renovate the outdoor spaces of the house with new plants and flowers, but also to renew or buy products, equipment and machinery for the garden.

The event, now in its 14th edition, is one exhibition-market of gardening dedicated to all those who love greenery and who dedicate themselves with passion to the care of the vegetable garden and the garden, the orchard and potted plants on the balcony.
The perfect opportunity to find news and ideas for furnishing, renovating and beautifying the outdoor spaces of the house: garden, terrace or balcony.

For 3 days, a riot of scents and colors will lead and entice the visitor to purchase many plants and flowers indoor, garden, vegetable garden, orchard, products and equipment, design and services for greenery, furnishings and accessories, to beautify the outdoor spaces of the house. They will not fail objects e curiosity.

For a better use of the event, Green Thumb will be organized in 3 sectors:

  • Verde: plants and flowers for outdoor, indoor, vegetable garden, garden and orchard. This area also includes products and services for greenery, garden design, garden construction and maintenance;
  • Outdoor furniture: furniture, complements and accessories, objects for exteriors and interiors;
  • Equipment: machinery and equipment for vegetable gardens and gardens, irrigation, lighting, swimming pools, ponds, flooring and cladding for exteriors, solar shading / mosquito nets.

Green Thumb: collateral events and workshops

During the 3 days of the event, there will also be interesting collateral events.
The workshop on Kokedamaedited by Nature Inspired by Giorgio Ferrari.

Kokedama is an ancient Japanese plant cultivation technique. The name means ball of moss.

During this workshop the basic technique is taught to make a kokedama to then take home to embellish a corner. In the afternoon of April 3, the Torneo VegeTables, edited by VEGEtables by Daniele Ferri. A truly addicting gaming experience.

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