Josep Marés

Sant Jordi

Today is Saint George, patron of Catalonia and the day of the book and the rose is celebrated.- --------------- Hoy es Sant Jordi, patrón de Cataluña y se celebra el dia del libro y de la rosa.-

Lychnis flos-cuculi

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wet leaves

Colored sheets

A single sheet

Nepenhtes (carnivorous Plant)

The Nepenthes are native to Southeast Asia. Countries where the major populations are Borneo, Magadascar, India and Australia. In New Guinea species of giant skeletons have been found on small rodents and monkeys.

Dandelion

Taraxacum officinale Weber ex FHWigg., Bitter chicory, with yellow flower, also known as dandelion, is a species of flowering plant family Asteraceae. Usually considered a weed, the leaves are eaten in salads, and have been attributed numerous medicinal properties

Dancing on the tightrope

Before falling leaves

Wet red leaves

Plant de garden en Breda

Delicate plant

Flowers spruce Masjoan

Family: Pinaceae Common name: Spruce Masjoan Place of Origin: Hybrid parents might be A. alba x A. pinsapo. Etymology: Abies, fir classical Latin name. Masjoan dedicated to Masjoan farm, where he discovered the hybrid. Description: Its origin is in the Masjoan farm, located in Espinelves in the center of the massif of Montseny, a farmhouse over 300 years old. In the middle of last century and Barnils Masferrer Joan became the first planting to establish a nursery and introduced a series of firs. His great-grandson, Jesus Masferrer, made the discovery of a specimen that was neither hemlock nor pinsapo and put the name of Masjoan.

Mentha suaveolens flower

Also commonly Calling mint donkey

dried plant 2 (Ligularia sibirica)

Ligularia sibirica is the type species for the genus Ligularia. It is a 0.3-1.3 m tall perennial herbaceous plant, native to fens and damp grassy meadows in Siberia, ...

dried plant (Silene vulgaris)

The colitxos (Silene vulgaris) are a species of plant in the family Cariofil installation.

Gorse (Ulex parviflorus)

Wildflower that blooms in winter.

Cardo

Cardo florido

Olivos

Olivos gigantes en un vivero

Otoño de colores

Sony DSLR Alpha T100

Ffan?

Dandelion seeds (Plant)

Ornamental trees (nursery)

Foto tomada en un plantario (viverro de plantas en Breda-Girona-España

palm trees with garlands of red flowers

SONY DSC

watermark

honeysuckle plant

plant disheveled

This is a picture of my arxivo taken in 2004 when I began making photographs with a digital camera. Since then I have not seen this plant again. It should be a rare plant.

Beech Tree

This is one I arboll. the forest of Montseny Natural Park of Catalonia. Beech (Fagus sylvatica), is a large and stout tree of the genus Fagus and of the family Fagaceae. In Catalan, also known as the region as fabarra, fabarrina, FABO, Fages, phage, fai, faitg, strip, strip, fatch, fatg, fauna, beans, Faya, hay, and beech, also known as Valencian in fach forests. Etymologically, Fagus is derived from Greek and means "to eat" in clear reference to the edible seeds: sylvatica mention their ability to form forest.

Las raíces de un árbol de madera de haya

Beech trees by the lake

Protected Montseny Natural Park (Barcelona-Catalonia.Spain)

Silene vulgaris

Silene vulgaris is a species of flowering plant belonging to the family Caryophyllaceae. Herbaceous and lively, reaching 10-100 cm in height, whose aerial parts wither in late summer or the cold weather arrives, is sprouting strain with the arrival of warmer spring temperatures in other areas Spain, near the coast, its leaves are lanceolate, light green. flowers hermaphrodite, with white petals, divided into two lobes and calyx broad characteristic of the species. It belongs to the family Caryophyllaceae, which among other known species includes carnations and pinks (Dianthus genus) or bran (genus Spergularia).

Plantago lanceolata

Plantain or seven minor veins (Plantago lanceolata) L. is a perennial herbaceous plant species native of Europe, North America and western Asia where it grows in dry soils, slopes, roadsides and uncultivated places.

Mentha suaveolens

Mentha suaveolens Ehrh. is a perennial, rhizomatous, sometimes stoloniferous, in the genus Mentha. He lives in soil with some moisture in areas near waterways. Usually live with brambles and bulrushes. Is distributed throughout the Mediterranean region being more rare in northern Europe.

Carpet of flowers 3

Carpet of flowers 2

Carpet of flowers 1

roses

Publicada a las 8,56 (es una prueba de puntuación)

cardi

Shooting this morning with my compact Sony DSC T100

buds

Shooting this morning with my compact Sony DSC T100

Colís: (Silene vulgaris )

Shooting this morning with my compact Sony DSC T100

Sprunella grandif 2

Wildflower photographed yesterday with my compact Sony DSC T100. It is a plant that could sllvestre know your name by Wikipedia.

Sprunella grandif

Wildflower photographed yesterday with my compact Sony DSC T100. It is a plant that could sllvestre know your name by Wikipedia.

wildflower 2

is a file photo

wildflower 1

es una foto de archivo

hydrangea 1

hydrangea 2

hydrangea 3

red geranium

Tree flowers 2

Common tree in the woods and roads of Catalonia (Spain) Flowers of pleasant perfume.

Tree flowers

I do not know the name of this beautiful tree But there are in a square in Breda (Girona-Catalonia-Spain)

Heather flores

Elderflower

It is a very fragrant tree flowers and medicinal properties.

Rain today

Raindrops on the reeds, now it's raining in my village.

White Nettle (Lamium album)

Quaking Grass 1

Quaking Grass - Briza Maxima Family: Poaceae (poh-AY-see-ee) Genus: Briza (BRY-zhuh) Species: maxima (MAKS-ih-muh) Native To: Mediterranean region Common Names: Blowfly grass, Quaking grass, Greater quaking grass, Rattlesnake grass, Big quaking grass, Big Quakinggrass, Shelly grass and Shell grass The common names given to this annual ornamental grass pretty much sums up it characteristics, looks, and rustling action in the wind. Although, I think I would need to draw big black eyes on the spikelets to visualize the blowfly name.

Quaking Grass with drops

Quaking Grass - Briza Maxima Family: Poaceae (poh-AY-see-ee) Genus: Briza (BRY-zhuh) Species: maxima (MAKS-ih-muh) Native To: Mediterranean region Common Names: Blowfly grass, Quaking grass, Greater quaking grass, Rattlesnake grass, Big quaking grass, Big Quakinggrass, Shelly grass and Shell grass The common names given to this annual ornamental grass pretty much sums up it characteristics, looks, and rustling action in the wind. Although, I think I would need to draw big black eyes on the spikelets to visualize the blowfly name.

Quaking Grass 2

Quaking Grass - Briza Maxima Family: Poaceae (poh-AY-see-ee) Genus: Briza (BRY-zhuh) Species: maxima (MAKS-ih-muh) Native To: Mediterranean region Common Names: Blowfly grass, Quaking grass, Greater quaking grass, Rattlesnake grass, Big quaking grass, Big Quakinggrass, Shelly grass and Shell grass The common names given to this annual ornamental grass pretty much sums up it characteristics, looks, and rustling action in the wind. Although, I think I would need to draw big black eyes on the spikelets to visualize the blowfly name.

Quaking Grass with drops 2

Quaking Grass - Briza Maxima Family: Poaceae (poh-AY-see-ee) Genus: Briza (BRY-zhuh) Species: maxima (MAKS-ih-muh) Native To: Mediterranean region Common Names: Blowfly grass, Quaking grass, Greater quaking grass, Rattlesnake grass, Big quaking grass, Big Quakinggrass, Shelly grass and Shell grass The common names given to this annual ornamental grass pretty much sums up it characteristics, looks, and rustling action in the wind. Although, I think I would need to draw big black eyes on the spikelets to visualize the blowfly name.

green cherries and gout

Serapias vomeracea

Family: ORQUIDÀCIES

Garden flowers

Photo stock

fireworks ?

Dandelion Seeds

?????

Identity unknown

backlit red leaves

Photo taken yesterday in Salt (Girona.Cataluña, Spain) with my m

Sunset 3

Stock Photos taken in my hometown Breda,

Raindrops on roses

Today it's raining in my village. Photo taken this morning.

Removing the cork 1

A group of friends went to watch how they extracted the cocho the tree. Catalonia-Spain is a country where this kind of trees abound and there is a major industry that makes this material are prouctos plugs especially for the Catalan cava chapagne and international consumer.

Removing the cork 2

A group of friends went to watch how they extracted the cocho the tree. Catalonia-Spain is a country where this kind of trees abound and there is a major industry that makes this material are prouctos plugs especially for the Catalan cava chapagne and international consumer.

Removing the cork 3

This can be seen when grabs a piece extracted from the bark (cork) of the tree.

palm

chestnuts

Grenades of garden

Photo taken with my phone

plant on the rocks 2

plant on the rocks 1

wild daisies

Fruits of the Forest 2

Fruits of the Forest 1

Frost

frozen leaves

red leaf

colored sheets

Frosty plant

Fumaria officinalis

Fumaria officinalis (Common Fumitory or Earth smoke) is the most common species of the genus Fumaria in Western and Central Europe .

seeds (not dandelion)

Red leaf + insect

red leaf 2

small landscape

Verónica pérsica

Lamium amplexicaule

Beauty of nature

Salix cinerea, el sauce ceniciento, es una especie de sauce nativo de Europa y Asia occidental

Vegetaion on Roof

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Very small flowers (4 mm)

Flower (Erodium malacoides)

Publishing the photos at 18 h of Greenwich will not have options for scoring good results, the administration also will avoid having to click on "I do not like this photo." So I have not had any "disgust" for many days. The most important thing for me is the comments of my friends. . Publicando las fotos a las 18 h de Greenwich no tendré opciones para obtener buenos resultados de puntuación, también que la administración se evitará tener que hacer clic en "I don't like this photo". Así no he tenido ningún "disgusto" desde hace muchos dias. Lo más importante para mí es los comentarios de mis amigos

Flower (Ranunculus ficaria)

Publishing the photos at 18 h of Greenwich will not have options for scoring good results, the administration also will avoid having to click on "I do not like this photo." So I have not had any "disgust" for many days. The most important thing for me is the comments of my friends. . Publicando las fotos a las 18 h de Greenwich no tendré opciones para obtener buenos resultados de puntuación, también que la administración se evitará tener que hacer clic en "I don't like this photo". Así no he tenido ningún "disgusto" desde hace muchos dias. Lo más importante para mí es los comentarios de mis amigos

Buds Flower Peach

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Flower (almond blossoms)

Publishing the photos at 18 h of Greenwich will not have options for scoring good results, the administration also will avoid having to click on "I do not like this photo." So I have not had any "disgust" for many days. The most important thing for me is the comments of my friends. . Publicando las fotos a las 18 h de Greenwich no tendré opciones para obtener buenos resultados de puntuación, también que la administración se evitará tener que hacer clic en "I don't like this photo". Así no he tenido ningún "disgusto" desde hace muchos dias. Lo más importante para mí es los comentarios de mis amigos

Picris echioides

Publishing the photos at 18 h of Greenwich will not have options for scoring good results, the administration also will avoid having to click on "I do not like this photo." So I have not had any "disgust" for many days. The most important thing for me is the comments of my friends. . Publicando las fotos a las 18 h de Greenwich no tendré opciones para obtener buenos resultados de puntuación, también que la administración se evitará tener que hacer clic en "I don't like this photo". Así no he tenido ningún "disgusto" desde hace muchos dias. Lo más importante para mí es los comentarios de mis amigos

Fumaria parviflora

Publishing the photos at 18 h of Greenwich will not have options for scoring good results, the administration also will avoid having to click on "I do not like this photo." So I have not had any "disgust" for many days. The most important thing for me is the comments of my friends. . Publicando las fotos a las 18 h de Greenwich no tendré opciones para obtener buenos resultados de puntuación, también que la administración se evitará tener que hacer clic en "I don't like this photo". Así no he tenido ningún "disgusto" desde hace muchos dias. Lo más importante para mí es los comentarios de mis amigos

Veronica persica

Publishing the photos at 18 h of Greenwich will not have options for scoring good results, the administration also will avoid having to click on "I do not like this photo." So I have not had any "disgust" for many days. The most important thing for me is the comments of my friends. . Publicando las fotos a las 18 h de Greenwich no tendré opciones para obtener buenos resultados de puntuación, también que la administración se evitará tener que hacer clic en "I don't like this photo". Así no he tenido ningún "disgusto" desde hace muchos dias. Lo más importante para mí es los comentarios de mis amigos

Lamium hybridum

Publishing the photos at 18 h of Greenwich will not have options for scoring good results, the administration also will avoid having to click on "I do not like this photo." So I have not had any "disgust" for many days. The most important thing for me is the comments of my friends. . Publicando las fotos a las 18 h de Greenwich no tendré opciones para obtener buenos resultados de puntuación, también que la administración se evitará tener que hacer clic en "I don't like this photo". Así no he tenido ningún "disgusto" desde hace muchos dias. Lo más importante para mí es los comentarios de mis amigos

Flower X

Spring flowers

Spring in the forest

Spring in te forest 2

Colors

Euphorbia segatalis with drops

Rananculus ficaria

Violets (Comp. 4 photos)

Plum Flowers

Small Wildflowers

Flower with drops

small wild flowers

Oranges in abandoned house

Drops in spring

Drops in spring 2

Dandelion seeds

Tree color

small landscape

Dandelion

Carduus

Campanula rotundifolia

Cirsium eriophorum

En español "Cardo borriquero"

dandelion with drops

Detallle plant and drops

Dandelion Fan

wild plant

Wild plant with drops

Wild plant with drops, (Foxtail )

Picnic Site

Day picnic in my 50th wedding anniversary

Wild plant with ( Foxtail )

Plant and its fruit

thistle seeds flying

waiting for the wind

please blow

angels flying

Allium vineale (flower)

Allium vineale

wild plant 2

wild plant 1

Allium vineale (flower and root)

Allium vineale (Wild Garlic, Crow Garlic) is a perennial bulbflower in the genus Allium, native to Europe, north Africa and western Asia. The species was Introduced in Australia and North America, where it has Become an invasive species.

rare plant

Dipsacus fullonum

Thistle flowers

Wild plant (not the name)

Phytolacca (first phase)

Phytolacca (​​second phase)

The wild carrot (plant)

The wild carrot (Daucus carota ssp.carota) is a biennial herb usually typical representative of the family Umbelliferae, common in meadows and roadsides. Later in the spring, take a stem of up to 1 m high bearing compound leaves, divided repeatedly until linear-lanceolate segments very small. Flowering is late like so many other Umbelliferae, has its peak in August. Compound umbels takes between 5 and 10 cm diameter with a bract involucre segmented linear, like spider legs, at the base of the spokes. In flowering phase umbels are flat and extended, crowned by a multitude of small white flowers petals asymmetric, the greater the more the outside of the umbel are located. In the center of the umbel usually appears a single flower or black mahogany, sterile, simulating an insect to attract others. In fruiting stage closing radios meet the umbel. These fruits are bristling with spikes weak to adhere to mammalian hair and promote dissemination. In winter, wild carrot dries completely, leaving only the thick root, but not as much as of the selected crop (Daucus carota ssp.sativus) - and white and maybe some basal leaf.

The wild carrot (flower)

The wild carrot (Daucus carota ssp.carota) is a biennial herb usually typical representative of the family Umbelliferae, common in meadows and roadsides. Later in the spring, take a stem of up to 1 m high bearing compound leaves, divided repeatedly until linear-lanceolate segments very small. Flowering is late like so many other Umbelliferae, has its peak in August. Compound umbels takes between 5 and 10 cm diameter with a bract involucre segmented linear, like spider legs, at the base of the spokes. In flowering phase umbels are flat and extended, crowned by a multitude of small white flowers petals asymmetric, the greater the more the outside of the umbel are located. In the center of the umbel usually appears a single flower or black mahogany, sterile, simulating an insect to attract others. In fruiting stage closing radios meet the umbel. These fruits are bristling with spikes weak to adhere to mammalian hair and promote dissemination. In winter, wild carrot dries completely, leaving only the thick root, but not as much as of the selected crop (Daucus carota ssp.sativus) - and white and maybe some basal leaf.

The wild carrot (fase final)

The wild carrot (Daucus carota ssp.carota) is a biennial herb usually typical representative of the family Umbelliferae, common in meadows and roadsides. Later in the spring, take a stem of up to 1 m high bearing compound leaves, divided repeatedly until linear-lanceolate segments very small. Flowering is late like so many other Umbelliferae, has its peak in August. Compound umbels takes between 5 and 10 cm diameter with a bract involucre segmented linear, like spider legs, at the base of the spokes. In flowering phase umbels are flat and extended, crowned by a multitude of small white flowers petals asymmetric, the greater the more the outside of the umbel are located. In the center of the umbel usually appears a single flower or black mahogany, sterile, simulating an insect to attract others. In fruiting stage closing radios meet the umbel. These fruits are bristling with spikes weak to adhere to mammalian hair and promote dissemination. In winter, wild carrot dries completely, leaving only the thick root, but not as much as of the selected crop (Daucus carota ssp.sativus) - and white and maybe some basal leaf.

The wild carrot (detail flower)

The wild carrot (Daucus carota ssp.carota) is a biennial herb usually typical representative of the family Umbelliferae, common in meadows and roadsides. Later in the spring, take a stem of up to 1 m high bearing compound leaves, divided repeatedly until linear-lanceolate segments very small. Flowering is late like so many other Umbelliferae, has its peak in August. Compound umbels takes between 5 and 10 cm diameter with a bract involucre segmented linear, like spider legs, at the base of the spokes. In flowering phase umbels are flat and extended, crowned by a multitude of small white flowers petals asymmetric, the greater the more the outside of the umbel are located. In the center of the umbel usually appears a single flower or black mahogany, sterile, simulating an insect to attract others. In fruiting stage closing radios meet the umbel. These fruits are bristling with spikes weak to adhere to mammalian hair and promote dissemination. In winter, wild carrot dries completely, leaving only the thick root, but not as much as of the selected crop (Daucus carota ssp.sativus) - and white and maybe some basal leaf.

Blackberry

La zarza, zarzamora, murranota o mora (Rubus ulmifolius) es un arbusto de aspecto sarmentoso, cuyas ramas, espinosas y de sección pentagonal, pueden crecer hasta 3 metros. Pertenece a la familia de las rosáceas y es popularmente conocido por sus frutos comestibles. Su nombre científico deriva del latín ruber (rojo), por el color de sus frutos, y el epíteto específico hace referencia al parecido de sus folíolos con las hojas del olmo (Ulmus minor). The bush, blackberry, murranota or blackberry (Rubus ulmifolius) is a gnarled-looking shrub whose branches, thorny and pentagonal section, can grow up to 3 meters. It belongs to the family Rosaceae and is popularly known for its edible fruits. Its scientific name derives from the Latin ruber (red), by the color of their fruits, and the specific epithet refers to the similarity of their leaflets with sheets of elm (Ulmus minor).

Echinops ritro

Tinderbox or thistle thistle species is pollack ritro Echinops, a plant of the family Asteraceae, native of central and southern Europe, western Asia and Siberia. Your basionym is ritro Echinops L ---- El cardo yesquero o cardo abadejo es la especie Echinops ritro, una planta de la familia de las Asteraceae, natural de Europa central y meridional, Asia occidental y Siberia. Su basónimo es Echinops ritro

On one wall

On one wall

The pear

The pear is the fruit of the pear trees, several species of deciduous trees of the genus Pyrus, but usually when talking about the edible fruit is common pear (Pyrus communis). It's a juicy, fleshy fruit and one of the most important in temperate regions. There are about 30 varieties of pears, of different colors, textures and flavors. La pera es el fruto de los perales, varias especies de árboles caducifolio del género Pyrus, aunque normalmente cuando se habla del fruto comestible se trata del peral común (Pyrus communis). Es una fruta jugosa y carnosa y una de las más importantes de las regiones templadas. Existen cerca de 30 variedades de peras; de diferentes colores, texturas y sabores.

Wild plant (?)

UntitlSolanum lycopersicum Led

The tomato, tomato or tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) is a plant of the nightshade family (Solanaceae) native to Mexico and cultivated worldwide for its edible vegetables. Said vegetable is a berry colored, typically tones ranging from yellow to red, due to the presence of pigments carotene and lycopene. It tastes slightly acidic, measured 1-2 cm in diameter in the wild, and is much larger in cultivated varieties. It is produced and consumed throughout the world, both fresh and processed in different ways: either as sauce, puree, juice, dried or canned. El tomate, jitomate o tomatera (Solanum lycopersicum L.) es una planta de la familia de las solanáceas (Solanaceae) originaria de México y cultivada en todo el mundo por su verdura comestible. Dicha verdura es una baya coloreada, típicamente de tonos que van del amarillento al rojo, debido a la presencia de los pigmentos licopeno y caroteno. Posee un sabor ligeramente ácido, mide de 1 a 2 cm de diámetro en las especies silvestres, y es mucho más grande en las variedades cultivadas. Se produce y consume en todo el mundo, tanto fresco como procesado de diferentes modos: ya sea como salsa, puré, zumo, deshidratado o enlatado.

Betaceum Solanum (tomato tree)

Betaceum Solanum (tomato tree, sachatomate, Chilton, Andean tomato or tamarillo) is a shrub 3-4 m tall, with greyish bark and evergreen, native to the Andes in Peru and Colombia, 2 Ecuador, Bolivia and Argentina. Its native range is not solved. The putative wild subpopulations are small, restricted areas of Argentina and Bolivia. It is grown in the Andes, Southern Europe, Africa, New Zealand. You definitely wild specimens for preservation Solanum betaceum (tomate de árbol, sachatomate, chilto, tomate andino o tamarillo) es un arbusto de 3 a 4 m de altura, con corteza grisácea y follaje perenne, originario de los Andes, en el Perú y Colombia,2 Ecuador, Bolivia y Argentina. Su rango nativo no está resuelto. Las subpoblaciones putativas silvestres son pequeñas, en áreas restringidas de Argentina y de Bolivia. Está cultivado en los Andes, sur de Europa, África, Nueva Zelanda. Es imprescindible disponer de especímenes silvestres para su conservacion

Wild mint flower with insect

Apreciados amigos disculpar por haber dejado muchos comentarios sin corresponder. ------------- Dear Friends excuse for leaving many comments without responding

rare plant

Apreciados amigos disculpar por haber dejado muchos comentarios sin corresponder. ------------- Dear Friends excuse for leaving many comments without responding.

minimalist Detail

wild bunch

thistle

Dew drops.

Plant

Happy day my friends

Mentha suavolens

American Pokeweed

In a garden

Blanes (Catalonia-Spain) 3

Detail of the promenade -------------- Nota para los Administradores: No me molesta en absoluto que no guste mi foto, pero que sentido tiene el boton: "I don't like this photo", solo trae malestar hacia todos los que mostramos publicamente nuestras fotografias. Las personas que hacen esto, amparados en el anonimato, solo demuestran su cobardia y envidia al no comentar, ni siquiera, el motivo de dicha actitud. Sé que hay personas que piensan lo mismo que yo y, es por este motivo que, RUEGO A LOS ADMINISTRADORES QUE TOMEN ALGUNA MEDIDA AL RESPECTO. Mi desprecio hacia todas aquellas personas que actúan en la cobardia. Un saludo a todos ---------------------------- Note to Administrators: Do not bother me at all not like my photo, but that's the point the button: "I do not like this photo" only brings discomfort to those who publicly show our pictures. People who do this, on condition of anonymity, only demonstrate their cowardice and envy by not commenting, not even the reason for that attitude. I know there are people who think like me and it is for this reason, I PRAY TO DIRECTORS TO TAKE ANY ACTION WITH RESPECT THERETO. My contempt for all those acting in cowardice. Greetings to all

Rusco

Rusco The broom or cherry Bethlehem is a small evergreen shrub of the family Ruscaceae characterized by their stems with leaves transformed into its red berries in the center. Rusco is a word of Arabic origin. ------------- Galzeran El galzeran o cirerer de Betlem és un petit arbust perennifoli de la família de les Ruscaceae que es caracteritza per les seves tiges transformades en fulles amb els seus fruits vermells al centre. Galzeran és una paraula d'origen àrab.

Arbutus unedo (Madroño) 2

Arbutus unedo (strawberry tree, occasionally cane apple) is an evergreen shrub or small tree in the family Ericaceae, native to the Mediterranean region and western Europe north to western France and Ireland. Due to its presence in South West Ireland, it is known as either "Irish strawberry tree" or "Killarney strawberry tree". Arbutus unedo, el madroño,1 es una especie de arbusto o arbolillo perteneciente al género Arbutus en la familia Ericaceae. Arbutus unedo se traduciría del latín como "arbusto del que sólo se come un fruto", debido al contenido alcohólico de sus bayas, que por su larga permanencia y maduración en el árbol, pueden sufrir fermentaciones.

Arbutus unedo (Madroño)

Arbutus unedo (strawberry tree, occasionally cane apple) is an evergreen shrub or small tree in the family Ericaceae, native to the Mediterranean region and western Europe north to western France and Ireland. Due to its presence in South West Ireland, it is known as either "Irish strawberry tree" or "Killarney strawberry tree". Arbutus unedo, el madroño,1 es una especie de arbusto o arbolillo perteneciente al género Arbutus en la familia Ericaceae. Arbutus unedo se traduciría del latín como "arbusto del que sólo se come un fruto", debido al contenido alcohólico de sus bayas, que por su larga permanencia y maduración en el árbol, pueden sufrir fermentaciones.

Viburnum tinus

Viburnum tinus (Laurustinus, Laurustinus Viburnum, or Laurestine) is a species of flowering plant in the family Adoxaceae, native to the Mediterranean area of Europe and North Africa. Laurus signifies the leaves' similarities to bay laurel. El durillo (Viburnum tinus) es una especie fanerógama perteneciente a la familia de las adoxáceas.

wild plant 1

wild fruits

Búgula piramidal (Ajuga pyramidalis)

Ajuga pyramidalis es una especie de planta perteneciente a la familia Lamiaceae conocida popularmente como búgula erecta tiene las mismas características y propiedades que Ajuga reptans Ajuga pyramidalis, commonly known as pyramidal bugle, is a flowering plant of the genus Ajuga in the family Lamiaceae. It is a native plant in Europe..

flowers in forest.

chlorophytum blue berries

Chlorophytum comosum, es una especie fanerógama, acaule del género Chlorophytum, nativa de Sudáfrica, es conocida popularmente como cinta, malamadre o lazo de amor. - Chlorophytum comosum, is a flowering plant species of the genus Chlorophytum acaule, native to South Africa, it is popularly known as ribbon, or tie Malamadre love..

Plumes in the wind.

bright leaves.

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One drop at an early fruit of Granada. -----------

black Flower.

From my visit to the botanical garden.. ---------- De mi visita al jardin botanico.

cactus and flower.

En el jardin botánico "Pinya de Rosa (Blanes-Girona-Catalunya.. -------- In the botanical garden "Pinya de Rosa" (Blanes, Girona, Catalunya)..

Echinocactus grusonii.

Echinocactus grusonii , llamado comúnmente Asiento de suegra, Bola de oro, Barril de oro, o Cactus erizo, es una especie de fanerógama perteneciente a la familia Cactaceae. El pequeño género al que pertenece, Echinocactus, junto con su género pariente Ferocactus, son vulgarmente conocidos como cactus barril.. -------------- Echinocactus grusonii, Llamado comúnmente Asiento de suegra, Bola de oro, Barril, o erizo de oro Cactus, es Una espécie de fanerógama Perteneciente a la familia Cactaceae. El pequeño Género al Que Pertenece, Echinocactus, junto estafa do Genero pariente Ferocactus, hijo vulgarmente Conocidos COMO cactus barril...

water lily flower.

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the botanical diversity.

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giant cactus.

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Untitled: As much as I searched I could not find du ID. ----- Sin título: Por mucho que busqué no pude encontrar du ID.

red plant.

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Agave americana.

Agave americana, century plant, maguey or American aloe, is a species of flowering plant in the family Agavaceae, originally native to Mexico, Arizona and Texas but cultivated worldwide as an ornamental plant. It has become naturalized in many regions including the West Indies, parts of South America, the Mediterranean Basin, parts of Africa, India, China, Korea, Thailand, New Zealand, Australia and an assortment of oceanic islands.. -------------- Agave americana, agave, maguey o agave, es una especie de planta de flores perteneciente a la familia Agavaceae, originalmente nativa de México, Arizona y Texas, pero cultivada en todo el mundo como planta ornamental. Se ha naturalizado en muchas regiones, incluyendo las Antillas, partes de América del Sur, la cuenca del Mediterráneo, partes de África, India, China, Corea, Tailandia, Nueva Zelanda, Australia y una variedad de islas oceánicas.. Amb catlalà, es una etzavara-

Retama on the road.

Retama is a genus of flowering bushes in the legume family, Fabaceae. It belongs to the broom tribe, Genisteae. Retama broom bushes are found natively in North Africa, the Levant and some parts of southern Europe. Retama raetam and Retama monosperma have white flowers, while Retama sphaerocarpa has yellow flowers. It remains an open question in taxonomy whether the members of the Retama genus should be incorporated into the genus Genista (see Genisteae).. ------------------ Retama es un género de arbustos con siete especies perteneciente a la subfamilia Faboideae de la familia Fabaceae. Está estrechamente relacionada con los géneros Chamaecytisus, Cytisus y Genista con los que comparte características similares de alta densidad, delgados tallos verdes y muy pequeñas hojas, las adaptaciones a las condiciones de cultivo seco. La mayoría de sus flores son amarillas, unas pocas blancas, naranjas, rojas, rosadas o moradas..

Phytolacca americana (2)

Mentha longifolia (Flower)

Mentha longifolia (Horse Mint; syn. M. spicata var. longifolia L., M. sylvestris L., M. tomentosa D'Urv, M. incana Willd.) is a species in the genus Mentha (mint) native to Europe, western and central Asia (east to Nepal and the far west of China), and northern and southern (but not tropical) Africa.] It is a very variable herbaceous perennial plant with a peppermint-scented aroma. Like many mints, it has a creeping rhizome, with erect to creeping stems 40–120 cm tall. The leaves are oblong-elliptical to lanceolate, 5–10 cm long and 1.5–3 cm broad, thinly to densely tomentose, green to greyish-green above and white below. The flowers are 3–5 mm long, lilac, purplish, or white, produced in dense clusters (verticillasters) on tall, branched, tapering spikes; flowering in mid to late summer. It spreads via rhizomes to form clonal colonies..

Rubus ulmifolius (Moras)

Rubus ulmifolius is a species of wild blackberry known by the English common name elmleaf blackberry or thornless blackberry and the Spanish common name zarzamora. It is native to Europe and North Africa, and it is widely known elsewhere as an introduced species and sometimes a noxious weed.[2][3] It is a brambly shrub with compound leaves and small, white or pink flowers. The fruit is a blackberry..

pure nature.

Galls (agalla)

Las agallas o abogallas son estructuras de tipo tumoral inducidas por insectos y otros artrópodos, nemátodos, hongos o bacterias. Se trata de la respuesta del vegetal a la presencia del parásito con un crecimiento anómalo de tejido que intenta aislar el ataque o infección. Este tejido de nueva formación adquiere formas muy variadas.. Galls or cecidia are outgrowths on the surface of lifeforms. Plant galls are abnormal outgrowths[ of plant tissues and can be caused by various parasites, from fungi and bacteria, to insects and mites. Plant galls are often highly organized structures and because of this the cause of the gall can often be determined without the actual agent being identified. This applies particularly to some insect and mite plant galls. In pathology, a gall is a raised sore on the skin, usually caused by chafing or rubbing..

Phytolacca americana.

En Català. Raïm de moro

Green unnamed...

Olive tree in the garden.

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Roots of beech.

Taken at Montseny Natural Park (Catalonia)). ----------------------------- Foto tomada en el Parque Natural del Montseny (Catalunya)

selling cactus.

In the botanical garden of Blanes (Girona, Spain) En el jardin botanico de Blanes (Girona-España)-

wild berries.

Old Dipsacus fullonum.

Flowers in the forest (Detail).