Variety of plant life

The lush historical park of Ca’ Marcello, which extends all around the villa, houses 32 trees, including a tercentenaries hornbeam and tulip tree, among the oldest in the Veneto. There are also various flowering plants in the garden, with alternating blooms from April to October (forsythia, magnolia, salvia, hydrangea and different ancient species of roses are the main essences).

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Trees index

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Centuries-old trees

1. BROAD-LEAF PRIVET | Ligustrum lucidum – Oleaceae
2. BLACK POPLAR | Populus nigra italica – Saliceae
3. YEW | Taxus baccata – Taxaceae
4. COMMON LIME | Tilia x europaea – Tiliaceae
5. BLACK PINE | Pinus nigra – Pinaceae
6. MAGNOLIA SOLANGEANA | Magnolia soulangeana alba – Magnoliaceae
7. CHERRY LAUREL | Prunus laurocerasus – Rosaceae
8. JAPANESE CEDAR | Cryptomeria japonica – Taxodiaceae
9. EUROPEAN BOX | Buxus sempervirens – Buxaceae
10. TREE OF HEAVEN | Ailanthus altissima – Simaroubaceae
11. ARIZONA CYPRESS | Cupressus arizonica – Cupressaceae
12. EUROPEAN HORNBEAM | Carpinus Betulus – Betulaceae
13. BLACK LOCUST | Robinia pseudoacacia – Leguminosae
14. OAK | Quercus robur – Fagaceae
15. PACIFIC REDCEDAR | Thuja plicata – Cupressaceae
16. HAZEL | Corylus avellana – Betulaceae
17. EUROPEAN BEECH | Fagus sylvatica – Fagaceae
18. HORSE-CHESTNUT | Aesculus hippocastanum – Hippocastanaceae
19. SILVER POPLAR | Populus alba – Silicaceae
20. ITALIAN CYPRESS | Cupressus sempervirens – Cupressaceae
21. FIELD ELM | Ulmus minor – Ulmaceae
22. DEODAR CEDAR | Cedrus deodora – Pinaceae
23. WEEPING BEECH | Fagus sylvatica pendula – Fagaceae
24. MAGNOLIA | Magnolia grandiflora – Magnoliaceae
25. FIELD MAPLE | Acer campestre – Aceraceae
26. ROSE MALLOW | Hibiscus syriacus – Malvaceae
27. BLACK POPLAR | Populus nigra – Silicaceae
28. SWEET GUM | Liquidambar styraciflua – Hamamelidaceae
29. EUROPEAN BEECH | Fagus sylvatica purpurea – Fagaceae
30. LONDON PLANE | Platanus acerifolia – Platanaceae
31. TULIP TREE | Liriodendron tulipifera – Magnoliaceae
32. SWEET CHESTNUT | Castanea sativa – Fagaceae

Flowers

BEAR’S BREECHES | Acanthus L. – Acanthaceae
ALLIUM | Allium Amaryl – Liliaceae
COMMON HAWTHORN | Crataegus monogyna – Rosaceae
BUTTERFLY BUSH | Buddleja L. – Buddlejaceae
FORSYTHIA | Forsythia viridissima- Oleaceae
FORSYTHIA | Forsythia suspensa – Oleaceae
SWEET WILLIAM | Dianthus barbatus – Caryophyllaceae
WISTERIA | Wisteria sinensis – Fabaceae
PERFORATE ST JOHN’S-WORT | Hypericum perforatum – Clusiaceae
IRIS | Iris x barbata – Iridaceae
WATER FLAG | Iris pseudacorus – Iridaceae
YUCCA | Yucca – Agavaceae
KERRIA | Kerria Japonica Pleniflora – Rosaceae
CRAPE MYRTLE | Lagerstroemia indica – Lythraceae
LAVENDER | Lavandula L. – Lamiaceae
CHINESE PRIVET | Ligustrum sinense – Oleaceae
LIMON TREE | Citrus × limon – Rutaceae
GOLDEN CHAIN | Laburnum anagyroides – Fabaceae
COMMON HOLLYHOCK | Alcea rosea – Malvaceae
SARGENT’S APPLE | Malus sargentii – Rosaceae
EUROPEAN BLACK NIGHTSHADE | Solanum nigrum – Solanaceae
NARCISSUS | Narcissus L . – Amaryllidaceae
OLEANDER | Nerium oleander L. – Apocynaceae
GRAY HYDRANGEA | Hydrangea cinerea- Hydrangeaceae
BIGLEAF HYDRANGEA | Hydrangea macrophilla – Hydrangeaceae
JAPANESE QUINCE | Chaenomeles japonica – Rosaceae
PLUMBAGO | Plumbago L. – Plumbaginaceae
WHITE ROSE OF YORK | Rosa x alba – Rosaceae
DOG-ROSE | Rosa canina L. – Rosaceae
KERRIA | Kerria japonica – Rosaceae
ICEBERG | Rosaceae
ROSE| Rosaceae
CONEFLOWERS | Rudbeckia L. – Asteraceae
TROPICAL SAGE | Salvia splendens – Lamiaceae
SAXIFRAGA | Saxifragaceae
ASTER | Aster – Compositae
SPIRAEA | Spiraea L. – Rosaceae
SURFINIA | Surfinia – Solanaceae
VERVAIN | Verbena L. – Verbenaceae
VIBURNUM | Viburnum L. – Caprifoliaceae