The workshops titled “Erbari vagabondi”, created by landscape architect and greenhouse specialist Marianna Merisi, was a journey through the mysterious dynamics of nature and the plant world in particular. Vagabond plants are commonly called weeds or wild plants and often their existence is questioned by man. The French botanist Gilles Clement chose for them the adjective “vagabond” as they are plants that conquer new territories with ease, transported by the wind, by animals, by the soles of our shoes. They grow up where they want, defying the spaces that the human beings would like to be devoted to something else. Children were invited to create terrestrial animals, butterflies, birds and large expanses of poppies through drawing and painting. In this way they could take advantage of the vitality and freedom with which nature appropriates the space that is granted or denied to it to give life to forms of unexpected beauty.