The Seghetti Panichi Historic Park, near Ascoli Piceno (Italy), was realized by the famous german botanist Ludwig Winter around the 1875. It cover an area of five hectares german botanist Ludwig Winter around the 1875 covering an area of five hectares
The area of the garden has been subject to a thorough and challenging survey through the technique of Bioenergetic Landscapes, developed over a two-year period. The intervention wanted to highlight the bioenergetic areas generated by the presence of numerous beneficial plants belonging to the typical Mediterranean species (Palm, Holm, Olive, etc ...). New plantations were limited to those situations that made it possible to make the most of the potential offered by the site. This allows today visitors to stroll safely in the garden lounging for a pleasant rest on benches arranged at different points studied. Here, in a beautiful natural setting, the plant's beneficial influence is abundant in a beautiful natural setting, described by a sign that indicates to the host the name of the plant and its specific characteristics bioenergetic influence (immune system, cardiovascular and nervous, liver, heart, stomach, kidney, etc.). The Park is the first Italian bioenergetic garden.