A flowery spring walk from Tamaimo up the Santiago valley
These last two weeks I have been very busy and I am going away again in a couple of days, so I do not have time to write a full description of the walks I have done recently which have been so enjoyable with all the spring flowers to see. So I am just posting the photos to give my followers an idea of the flowers that I have seen.
Posted on May 19, 2013, in Botanical interest, Walks in Tenerife, West Tenerife and tagged Aeonium sedifolium, Bystropogon origanifolium, Canary sage, Canary tansy, caterpillar, Dicheranthus plocamoides, Echium aculeatum, Gonospermum fruticosum, Hyles euphorbiae, Leafy spurge hawkmoth, Poleo, Retama raetam, Salvia canariensis, Tamaimo, Tenerife, Tenerife samphire, Teno, Vieraea laevigata, Viper's bugloss. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.