Arianna Tricomi

Fiore: Arianna Tricomi’s Mountain Garden Grows

“The garden at my house right now is just a mega, mega real image of myself,” Arianna Tricomi says in her unhurried, lyrical voice. “It’s a little wild, but the garden just grows and grows. Like me. I’m a mess, but I keep on growing.”

Tricomi is sitting on her patio, drinking a beer and marveling at her garden while the sun sets on the surrounding pastoral alpine landscape. After six years spent living in the vibrant city of Innsbruck, Austria, she bought this place in the quaint village of Tulferberg in 2020. It’s walking distance to the tiny Glungezer ski resort. 

North across the Inntal valley, the Northern Limestone Alps cut a jagged line across the horizon, demarcating the border between Germany and Austria. Stretching imposingly across the southern horizon are the Central European Alps, including the nearby Ötzal, Stubai and Tux ranges. Farther south still, sit the fabled Dolomites, which cradle Tricomi’s childhood home in Alta Badia, Italy…

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