Perfumes, essences, colours, scents of plants, herbs and flowers in the Garden of the Medicinal Herbs, relished through the magic of Shakespeare’s works. Author, poet, genius and…botanist! Ophelia’s bouquet with the rosemary of remembrance, Juliet’s rose, Iago’s hyssop, the thistle of the donkey Bottom and all the others. A myriad of species of plants and flowers ‘sprout’ from the pages of the author, bearers of those deep meanings Shakespeare attributes to the immutability of the human soul.
In the Garden, scents, poetry, flowers, mystery, sensations and reality merge into a whole of knowledge and emotions for the enjoyment and privilege of the lovers of beauty, nature and art.