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IIS Della Corte-Vanvitelli

Our motto:

"Let's plant a tree to save the Earth". We believe in the beauty of a green space - We strongly want to save our planet.

The olive tree, the plant that accompanied the civilization of the Mediterranean peoples is one of the most important elements of the Mediterranean landscape and culture.The olive tree was perhaps the first tree "domesticated" by man: its history and that of civilizations overlooking the Mediterranean have been intertwined for at least seven thousand years, so much so that it is one of the most important and characteristic crops of the Mediterranean region.

Since ancient times this particular fruit has been a symbol of abundance and longevity and since then its many therapeutic properties were well known.The pomegranate can reach 3 -5 meters in height. The younger plants have a reddish and smooth bark, While in the trunk and in the old branches the bark is ashen gray and chapped.

The hazel Corylus Avellana from the Greek corys = helmet, because the calyx of the fruit resembles a helmet, while Avellana refers to the city of Avella in the province of Avellino where since the Roman era the hazel plant was frequentIts origins are very ancient hazelnut was one of the first fruit plants cultivated by man.

A symbol of the heat and the Mediterranean sun, the lemon has Asian origins and precisely comes from the Far East (India and China) where it was found spontaneously.The fruits are oval or oblong, with pointed apexes: Normally the skin is yellow, but there are variegated varieties of green or white: rich in essential oils, it can be more or less thin: the pulp is divided into eight or ten segments; generally it is very harsh and juicy: many varieties are seedless.

Olivo - Olea europaea L.

Pomegranate tree

Hazelnut tree

Lemon tree

Types of tree

Aromatic plants are a special kind of plants used for their aroma and flavour. Many of them are also used for medicinal purposes. Aromatic plants are from a numerically large group of economically important plants. Aromatic compounds are present in plants i.e. in root, wood, bark, foliage, flower, fruit, seed etc.


Alessia Pagano

Anna Razki

Kevin De Bartolomeis

Monica Marotta