Il Roseto 'Niso Fumagalli'

Villa Reale
20052 Monza, Italy
www.airosa.it

In 1964 Niso Fumagalli persuaded the Municipality of Monza to provide the newly formed Associazione Italiana della Rosa with space for a "paradisical" garden in front of the abandoned Villa Reale, where once Eugéne de Beauhernais, Empress Josephine's son, had been at home as Viceroy of Italy.

From the outset, Niso Fumagalli insisted on the importance of the garden as a Trials ground. Because of his belief in the importance of perfume in roses, the perfume prize, "La Corona della Regina Teodolinda" is the most important prize awarded at these Monza Trials.

More than just a Trials ground, Il Roseto 'Niso Fumagalli' is also a beautiful display garden with standards, climbers, pillars, shrub and heritage roses.

Il Roseto 'Niso Fumagalli'