"Primavera" by Sandro Botticelli, whose real name is Alessandro di Mariano di Vanni Filipepi, tells in the famous painting, kept in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, the kidnapping for love by Zephyrus wind of spring, of the nymph Clori (in Greek Clorìs) and makes her pregnant; from this act, Cloris is reborn transformed into Flora, the goddess of spring.
"I, now called Flora, was Cloris" (the Fasti, by P. Ovidio Nasone, book V)
"La Corte di Cloris" takes its name from the Goddess of Flowers: the internal garden, quiet and luxuriant, is a pleasant place where the goddess surrounds herself with her courtyard of flowers and plants, accompanied by her lover Zefiro, the Spring wind. Myths narrate that the Rose was born from the Cloris pass, then Flora for the Latins, who stumbled on a beautiful lifeless nymph decided to awaken her in the appearance of the queen of flowers: the Rose.
Another transformation carried out by the goddess, this time a spite for the love betrayed with her lover Zephyrus, transformed the nymph Anemone into a wonderful flower that now bears her own name; Anemone also stays in the court of the goddess Cloris, is part of it and enriches it, follows the goddess and weaves her praises, but is destined to no longer meet her loved and lover because she is forced to show off her wonderful flowered beauty in the times that precede Spring, so that it has already disappeared when the mild season arrives gently pushed by Zefiro.
The Garden is an exceptional oasis of peace and tranquility where you can relax between colorful fragrant flowers and the sounds of water and nature. The garden is the ideal place to be able to read a good book, drink a coffee, or simply stop to relax after a day.