The owner is a Bavarian. She was used to the luxurious flower gardens of the villages in South Germany. During her summer stay, in Italy she didn’t want to miss the colourful surroundings she was used to.But the most important request was to have a panoramic eating place with a view to Positano .
The tower hangs literally clings to the rocks dropping perpendicularly into the Mediterranean Sea and is surrounded by some sparse Mediterranean pines.
So there are probably less then 15 squared meters where to arrange a garden.
Bouganville and Ivy have been planted, in order to have green also on the vertical stretches of rock and to cover the eating place. Geranium flower pots have been distributed in every possible corner to brighten up the grey of the rocks.