Who I am

Who I am

My Experience for a Better Environment

My name is Mattia Boggia, I am a botanical gardener and for over 20 years I have been involved in the multiplication and cultivation of plants from the Mediterranean regions of the world. I was responsible for the Botanical Garden of the Canton of Ticino - Brissago Islands and in the past I carried out work experience at the botanical gardens of Zurich, Geneva and on the Mainau Islands. 

In these years marked by important climate changes, scarcity of water supply, strong urbanization and environmental problems, even the management of greenery - both public and private - requires new design and maintenance ideas that contribute to the protection of nature.

More than 20 years of experience in the botanical sector

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Local Plants: Promoting Biodiversity with Local Crops

The use of spontaneous indigenous and Mediterranean climate plants, in addition to appropriate cultivation, improve the quality of the landscape, favor small fauna and create well-being for the population. 

The lack of knowledge, as well as a limited market and availability of these plants suitable for our environment, reduce their use.

Thanks to the many years of experience acquired, the curiosity and the desire to improve myself in this field, and not least the love for our territory, I decided to undertake a new challenge and to start the production of native plants of the Ticino flora and of Mediterranean plants.

My Mission

Share my experience to recreate an important flora

I hope to have the opportunity to collaborate together, in order to help counteract the loss of biodiversity and improve the quality of our territory.
Products

A nursery full of native and Mediterranean species ready to be replicated

Advice

I am available for any landscaping consultancy

Courses

Organization of on-site courses to discover how to reproduce native flora

The best solution

Discover the importance of restoring native flora

The use of spontaneous indigenous and Mediterranean climate plants, in addition to appropriate cultivation, improve the quality of the landscape, favor small fauna and create well-being for the population.
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