‘Plants of the Alhambra. 80 indispensable species’ is the title of a book edited by the Alhambra along with the Miguel Sánchez publishing company. It is a catalogue of the plant species that we can find in this monument, and, in addition, it offers a new way perspective of the Alhambra, which changes every season.
Researchers from the University of Cordoba have found a mathematical formula to profile the inside of plant leaves, and consequently predict the plants’ behaviour in the face of climate change. They have shown that the resulting rate of this formula determines the pattern that the plant cells will follow to adapt to climate change.
Since 2000, Vicky Hedwig, who is Spanish but has a German father and a French mother, has been the conservation technician at the Albardinal, a garden belonging to the Andalucian Network of Botanical and Mycological Gardens. The garden is located in the Cabo de Gata natural park, in the village of Rodalquilar. It receives 12,000 […]
The universities of Almeria and Valencia are celebrating, as their botanists have just introduced the scientific world to a new type of vascular plant, which represents one of the most notable discoveries in Spanish flora in recent years. In the Sierra de Gador mountains in Almeria, The Naturalist Association of Almeria found a species that […]