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-Common name: Junco -Scientific name: Juncus effusus 'Spiralis' -Gender: Juncus -Family: Juncaceae -Characteristics: Perennial bulrush with a robust appearance, with cylindrical stems, smooth or slightly striated, without leaves, erect, pale green in color. It has a continuous inner medulla. It has no leaves. -IUCN State: Least Concern

Juncus Effusus

-Common Name: La carlina de monte -Scientific Name: Carlina vulgaris subsp. spinosa -Gender: Carlina vulgaris -Family: Asteraceae -Characteristics: A plant with a stiff, evergreen stem. It can measure up to about 20 cm in height. Almost flush, close to the ground, a rosette of prickly cut leaves sprouts, and broad and fleshy bracts, very similar to those of the thistle. -IUCN State: Least Concern

Carlina Bulgaris

-Common name: Myrobolan plum -Scientific name: Prunus cerasifera -Gender: Prunus -Family: Rosaceae -Characteristics: The leaves of Prunus cerasifera are alternate, whole and serrated. They are 4 to 6 cm long and are oval or elliptical in shape. They are green in color and take on a beautiful red or purple hue in fall. They have a sharp apex and are smooth, excluding the midrib on the underside -IUCN Status: Invasive species

Prunus Cerasifera

-Common name: Cardinal lily -Scientific name: Iris germanica -Gender: Iris -Family: Iridaceae -Characteristics: It is characterized by having basal, linear leaves whose height is between 3 to 40cm by about 3cm wide. The scented flowers appear distributed in inflorescences that sprout from a terminal stem with leaves at the base. -IUCN Status: Vulnerable

Iris Germanica

-Common name: Aloe vera-Scientific name: ALOE BARBADENSIS MILLER-Gender: Aloe-Family: Asphodelaceae-Characteristics: It is also known as acíbar, aloe de Barbados or aloe. It is a shrub with a short stem that can grow to approximately 30 cm. Its trunk is covered with leaves that are 40 to 50 cm long by 5 or 8 cm wide.-IUCN Status: Conservation Status

Aloe Vera

-Common name: Berberis-Scientific name: Berberis thunbergii DC-Gender: Berberis-Family: Berberidaceae-Characteristics: Deciduous foliage shrub, branched, provided with thorns, 1-1.50 m. Tall. Leaves: Purple and pinkish on the upper side and grayish on the lower side, 2-5 cm. long. Flowers: Small, yellow, arranged in clusters. Flowering time: Spring-summer-IUCN Status: Vulnerable

Berberis Thunbergii

-Common name: Milk thistle-Scientific name: Carthamus maculatus-Gender: Silybum-Family: Asteraceae-Characteristics: Strong, long, thick and fibrous taproot. The stem, erect, reaches 1 to 1.5 m in altitude. Its elongated, alternate, large leaves, without stipules, are mottled in shades of green and white, along the veins, bordered by hard and pointed yellow spines.-IUCN status: not threatened

Silybum Marianum

-Common name: mauve de flor chica-Scientific name: Malva parviflora-Gender: Mauve-Family: Malvaceae-Characteristics: It is an herb that grows as a pest in rice and bean crops. Reaches up to 60 cm in height; It has wide leaves without trichomes (hairs), kidney-shaped, with five very marked undulations on the edge, attached to the stem by a long support.-IUCN State: Least Concern

Malva Parviflora

-Common name: Cork oak-Scientific name: Quercus suber-Gender: Quercus-Family: Fagaceae-Characteristics: Tree of medium size, robust, up to 20 m high and with a wide crown. Its bark, the cork, is suberous, thick and quite cracked, it is ashen in color - dark on the uncorked trunks and branches, but reddish on the uncorked ones.-IUCN State: Least Concern

Quercus Suber

-Common name: Wild asparagus-Scientific name: Asparagus officinalis-Gender: Asparagus-Family: Asparagaceae-Characteristics: Dense bush of woody stems of grayish color, hairy, arched, extended that sometimes look like a liana. The leaves are small and you need a magnifying glass to appreciate them. The flowers are small and yellowish. Male and female flowers are on different plants.-IUCN Status: Near Threatened

Asparagus Acutifolius

-Common name: smelly locksmith-Scientific name: Hieracioides schimperi-Gender: Crepis-Family: Asteraceae-Characteristics: It is an annual herbaceous plant, rarely perennial or biennial, reaching 15-70 centimeters in height. The flower stems are erect, erect, furrowed, subglabrous or hispid-IUCN status: vulnerable

Crepis Foetida

-Common name: borage-Scientific name: Borago officinalis-Gender: Borago-Family: Boraginaceae-Characteristics: Herbaceous plant of 30-70 cm, erect, uni- or multilayered, with double setoso-hispid clothing, long setae up to 4 mm and short setae especially abundant in the inflorescence. Simple or sparsely branched stems-IUCN status: vulnerable

Borago Officinalis

-Common name: Weeping Willow-Scientific name: Salix babylonica-Gender: Salix-Family: Salicaceae-Characteristics: Large tree, 20 to 25 m high, with an extended crown and long and arched main branches, pendulous branches and twigs. Thick trunk with rough, cracked bark. The branches of the previous year are pendulous, green to yellowish brown, thin and glabrous.-IUCN Status: Threatened

Salix Babylonica

-Common name: common alder-Scientific name: Alnus glutinosa-Gender: Alnus-Family: Betulaceae-Characteristics: Despite measuring up to 30 meters in height, they are usually straight and fairly clean trees. Its crown is pyramidal in shape and the branches are thin. Although it can grow into a fairly large tree, it is usually cut down for firewood.-IUCN status: vulnerable

Alnus Glotinosus

-Common name: curly lavender-Scientific name: Lavandula dentata-Gender: Lavandula-Family: Lamiaceae-Characteristics: It is a robust, aromatic and woody shrub of up to 1.3 m or a little more in height. Its leaves are opposite, linear to lanceolate, 1.5-3.5 cm long, with a margin divided into rounded teeth that make it very attractive, green on the upper side and white on the underside.-IUCN status: not worrying

Lavandula Dentata

-Common name: black jagz-Scientific name: Cistus monspeliensis-Gender: Cistus-Family: Cistaceae-Characteristics: It is an evergreen shrub, very viscous and with a strong balsamic smell, which can measure up to 1.5 m in height. The leaves are linear or linear-lanceolate, sticky, very rough and covered by three longitudinal veins. The upper side has some hairs and the underside is hairier.-IUCN State: Least Concern

Cistus Monspeliensi

-Common name: Colleja rosada-Scientific name: silene colorata-Gender: Lychnis-Family: Caryophyllaceae-Characteristics: Erect or ascending stems, from densely viny to retro-puberulous. Leaves strongly spatulate to linear, sericeous, villous or puberulent. Flowers in monocasia, rarely solitary. Bracts generally ovate, the lower ones generally shorter than the pedicels.-IUCN Status: Threatened

Silene Colorata

-Common name: Rosemary stone-Scientific name: Lavandula stoechas-Gender: Lavandula-Family: Lamiaceae-Characteristics: It forms a highly branched bush that can reach 1 m in height. Its stems are green or reddish, whitish due to the presence of hairiness, more or less abundant. The leaves are somewhat greyish in color, especially on the underside, tomentose, they are born opposite, they are long and narrow, with a full edge. Compact inflorescence, with a quadrangular section.-IUCN status: not worrying

Lavandula stoechas

-Common name: sticky rockrose-Scientific name: Cistus ladanifer-Gender: Cistus-Family: Cistaceae-Characteristics: It is a shrub up to 2.5 m high. The leaves are long and narrow, and are abundantly impregnated with a sticky substance, labdanum, a strongly odorous oil that gives them a shiny appearance and easily adheres to hands and clothing. They are 5 to 10 cm in length and are opposite, lanceolate and grayish-green in color.-IUCN status: abundant

Cistus Ladanifer

-Common name: olive-Scientific name: Olea europaea-Gender: Olea-Family: Oleaceae-Characteristics: Its main characteristic is that its skin is smooth without roughness and of a green-gray color. It is a small-format plant, which weighs little so it is easy to transport and move, for this reason it is used in addition to decoration for the garden, also for decoration of terraces.-IUCN Status: Data deficient

Olea Europaea