The school’s botanical garden, part of the Unesco Project, is often used by various classes to learn curiosities about the different plants present.
Today, in the spirit of environmental education, two classes of the International have collaborated with the head of the area, Professor Turchetto.
The students planted a new Rosa banksiae, a shrubby climber. It has small yellow flowers.
The students also helped manage the garden area by removing unwanted weeds.
Here some pictures of the activity!