Italian writer and horticulturist Umberto Pasti’s passion for the wild flora of Tangier and its surrounding region led him to create his world-famous garden, Rohuna, where he has transplanted thousands of plants rescued from construction sites with the aid of men from the village.
Planted between two small houses is the Garden of Consolation: a series of rooms and terraces with lush vegetation, some rendering homage to the paintings of Henri Rousseau, others inspired by invented characters. Surrounding the Garden of Consolation are the Wild Garden and a hillside devoted to the wild flowering bulbs of northern Morocco, where indigenous species of narcissus, iris, crocus, scilla, gladiolus, and others bloom. With its stunning vistas and verdant fields, Rohuna is a garden of incomparable beauty with the mission to preserve the botanical richness of the region. Captured here in detail by celebrated photographer Ngoc Minh Ngo, the poetic beauty of this special and unique place is lovingly rendered for all the world to see and share.
|Dimensions||216 × 279 mm|
Ngoc Minh Ngo is a celebrated photographer and the author of two books. Ngoc's images have been published in publications such as T Magazine, Architectural Digest, Cabana, and House & Garden UK.
Umberto Pasti is a well-known Italian writer and horticulturalist.
Martina Mondadori Sartogo is the founder of Cabana magazine and is the European editor at large for Town & Country magazine.