Gardens were born, more or less as a primitive manner, when the settlement of human race appeared as a way of life.

On those days the human beings protected themselves with fences, and it is possible that among these bent fences where some plants rooted and gave fruits and seeds that blossomed becoming flower plants. In this moment the farming skills appeared.

Men surrounded their habitat with vegetation which assures them protection, food and pleasure, and even today we need some areas of vegetation that cover us from the sun in summer and from prevailing winds, sheltering animals and insects, trees that offer us fruit, flowers that colour the space and water that refreshes the air. All of these elements mean life and give rise to our present gardens.