Friday, 1 May, 2015
Despite being Australian, we already have as one of our family the "Majorera Acacia" (Acacia cyclops)
Friday, 1 May, 2015
We have talked about Acacia salicina before. Has an elegant appearance, the tree usually exceed 8 meters high, and its hanging twigs looks truly a weeping willow.
Thursday, 30 April, 2015
From our neighbors Canarian Acacias, we go to the Australian Acacias.
Tuesday, 28 April, 2015
Friday, 24 April, 2015
We return to a traditional fruit tree: although less frequent than fig trees and date palms, grenadiers are long cultivated in Fuerteventura. Closer to habited areas not as almonds,  they usually are in topsails, farms and gardens. 
Thursday, 23 April, 2015
Here is a tropical fruit that is not traditional in Fuerteventura. Rather, until very recently was unknown on the island, but lately is being offered in some garden centers. In the western islands, particularly La Palma and Tenerife, is easier to find it.
Saturday, 18 April, 2015
Surely, on your walks you have encountered the shortpod mustard or Mediterranean mustard more than once, perhaps without knowing its name. 
Friday, 17 April, 2015
Did you know that Desfontaine’s rupturewort belongs to the same botanical family as the beloved carnations?

Tuesday, 14 April, 2015
Let us talk today about one of them, called the blackspot hornpoppy (Glaucium corniculatum).