From the bus, a male pheasant crossing the main road.
We pass the botanical garden entrance.
A great tit calls.
In the garden, especially subtropical climate plants. From various countries, but especially from Mexico and South Africa.
Near the entrance, Senecio serpens, a succulent from South Africa.
A bit further, another South African: Kleinia petraea.
We went a bit more downhill, closer to the sea.
In a pond near the villa, goldfish. A dragonfly on the bank.
A saguaro cactus from Mexico.
A bit further, a wall lizard.
And a male common darter dragonfly on a leaf.
We reach the end of the botanical garden: the sea-coast. Stay tuned for a report on the way back through the garden.
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