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17:28

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Benalmádena to honour Islamic botanist with new park

Tony Bryant

...new green space, which will be a Mozarabic style garden (in homage to the Islamic botanist who gives the park its name) with shaded areas and water features costing approximately 35,000 euros. The environmental restoration project is aimed at

14:37

LifeStyle

Watermelon, not just a refreshing summer snack

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...pulp. When tasting wild melons like the tuera (the tuera, Citrullus colocynthis, is a relative of the sangria, a cucurbit from desert climates of an intense bitterness), botanist Harry Paris, member of the Agricultural Research Organisation (ARO), asked

17:47

Local

Warm autumn means an early arrival of pine processionary caterpillars

MATÍAS STUBER

...warning of a plague this spring and summer. "There is an unusually large incidence of processionaries for this time of year," says botanist Enrique Salvo, who is a professor of Biology at Malaga university. The cycle of processionary caterpillars

15:18

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A primitive plant form

Denise Bush

Caribbean by Charles Plumier, a French monk and botanist, between 1689 and 1695. Known as the King's Botanist, his name was later given to the Frangipani genus, Plumeria. Pereskia grandiflora var. violacea is a shrub or small tree which forms a rounded ... before storing. Pereskia is named after the sixteenth century French botanist Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc.

11:23

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Zaluzianskya capensis

Denise Bush

...the prolific seeds that can be collected from the dried seed capsules, or from stem tip cuttings. Zaluzianskya is named after a Bohemian botanist from the sixteenth century called Adam Zaluziansky.

13:32

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The Violet Bush

Denise Bush

The genus Barleria was named after Jacques Barrelier (1606-1673), a French physician, botanist, plant collector and Dominican monk. There are about 200 species in the genus of which around 60 are native to South Africa and the rest are from Asia.

11:22

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Siberian bugloss

Denise Bush

Propagation is by seed (Siberian bugloss may also self-seed around the garden) or by lifting and dividing the rhizomous roots in winter. The genus is named after Swiss botanist Samuel Brunner (1790-1844) and the common name 'bugloss' comes from a Greek term

10:28

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The Bugle Lily

Denise Bush

...after Sir William Watson (1715-87) a physician and naturalist from London and the species is named after Neville Pillans (1884-1964), a Cape Town botanist who worked at the Bolus Herbarium. The species W. Knynana has lilac or purple flowers. The

12:25

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The long spicy history of the tomato

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

...the first time in the mid-sixteenth century to describe the juicy fruits that could be green, yellow or red. Francisco Hernández de Toledo, a physician and botanist from Toledo who directed the first scientific exploration of the New World between ... In spite of the doubts that people had, the tomato quickly acclimatised to Spanish soil and in 1592 it was already cultivated in the Casa de Campo in Madrid. We know this thanks to Felipe II's botanist, Gregorio de los Ríos, who in his “Agriculture of

13:58

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Phlomis russeliana

Denise Bush

...clearings where it forms large clumps 90cm tall by approximately 60cm wide. The specific epithet russeliana is in honour of John Russell (1766-1839), the sixth Duke of Bedford (England), who was a keen botanist. Weeding, weeding and weeding June means