The Botanical Garden Viera y Clavijo in Gran Canaria, Spain

The Botanical Garden “Jardín Botánico Canario Viera y Clavijo” is located in the northeast of Gran Canaria, in Tafira Alta, approximately 7 kilometers southwest of the capital city Las Palmas. The botanical garden was established in 1952 by the Swede Eric Sventenius, who remained its director until his death in 1973. Most of the botanical garden is laid out along a steeply sloping side of the Barranco de Guiniguada, which at one point can be crossed on a wooden bridge to reach the flatter areas. Cobbled paths leading down in steps past caves and cascades make it not the most disabled-friendly of destinations. Named after José de Viera y Clavijo, the author of the Canarian Natural History Dictionary, this botanical garden focuses on flowers and plants endemic to the seven islands of the archipelago, inclusive of the islands belonging to the so-called Macaronesia, Madeira, the Azores and Cape Verde. Set on terraces and growing in their natural environment, the Jardín Botánico accords each species their own space. Just past the main entrance you will find a mini laurisilva (Laurel Forest), which originally covered the island in pre-Hispanic times but which was later destroyed completely. Entering from the Dragonal road, you’ll first encounter the Plaza de las Palmeras featuring the Canary Island Date Palm found on all islands of the archipelago.

Jardín Botánico Canario Viera y Clavijo

Address: Ctra. del Centro, Km 7, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, SpainES35017. Hours: .
Here is our Map , phone: +34 928 21 95 80.
Latitude: 28 deg 3 min 48.96 sec N, Longitude: 15 deg 27 min 47.88 sec W.

This parking place belongs to the “Escuela de Ingenierias Industriales Y Civiles de la ULPGC” public university
This parking place belongs to the “Escuela de Ingenierias Industriales Y Civiles de la ULPGC” public university.
Plants of Euphorbia species are on the way to the botanical garden from the Campus Universitario (Ingenierías) bus stop
Plants of Euphorbia species are on the way to the botanical garden from the Campus Universitario (Ingenierías) bus stop.
The parking place of “Escuela de Ingenierias Industriales Y Civiles de la ULPGC” public university is almost empty in august
The parking place of “Escuela de Ingenierias Industriales Y Civiles de la ULPGC” public university is almost empty in august.
An inscription on the blue roadside board reads “Jardín Canario, 500 m”
An inscription on the blue roadside board reads “Jardín Canario, 500 m”.
An inscription on the roadside board reads “Jardín Canario, 250 m”
An inscription on the roadside board reads “Jardín Canario, 250 m”.
An inscription on the brown roadside board reads “Jardín Canario”
An inscription on the brown roadside board reads “Jardín Canario”.
An inscription on the big board reads “You are in a botanic garden”
An inscription on the big board reads “You are in a botanic garden”.
A view down a road which leads to an entrance of botanical garden
A view down a road which leads to an entrance of botanical garden.
This green lawn is found near the top entrance of botanical garden
This green lawn is found near the top entrance of botanical garden.
This square is located near the top entrance of botanical garden
This square is located near the top entrance of botanical garden.
The top entrance of Jardín Botánico Canario Viera y Clavijo botanical garden
The top entrance of Jardín Botánico Canario Viera y Clavijo botanical garden.
Bust of José de Viera y Clavijo is located on Plaza de Viera y Clavijo square
Bust of José de Viera y Clavijo is located on Plaza de Viera y Clavijo square.
The map of botanical garden
The map of botanical garden.
Bust of José de Viera y Clavijo near the top entrance
Bust of José de Viera y Clavijo near the top entrance.
This view of the garden opens from Plaza de Viera y Clavijo square
This view of the garden opens from Plaza de Viera y Clavijo square.
The map of botanical garden is located on Plaza de Viera y Clavijo square
The map of botanical garden is located on Plaza de Viera y Clavijo square.
Stone benches are on Plaza de Viera y Clavijo square
Stone benches are on Plaza de Viera y Clavijo square.
Plaza de Viera y Clavijo square as seen from the viewing platform
Plaza de Viera y Clavijo square as seen from the viewing platform.
Multilevel footpaths of the garden
Multilevel footpaths of the garden.
The stone bench is on the viewing platform
The stone bench is on the viewing platform.
The stone footpath
The stone footpath.
The stone footpath goes through leafless bushes
The stone footpath goes through leafless bushes.
My wife and son are on the stone footpath
My wife and son are on the stone footpath.
The garden as seen from the bird's-eye view
The garden as seen from the bird's-eye view.
The stone footpath could be dangerous sometimes
The stone footpath could be dangerous sometimes.
Branchy bush with tight rosettes of leaves
Branchy bush with tight rosettes of leaves.
Rocks of grey and black colors
Rocks of grey and black colors.
A blooming palm tree
A blooming palm tree.
The “Garden of Cacti and Succulents” (Jardín de Cactus y Suculentas) division as seen from the bird's-eye view
The “Garden of Cacti and Succulents” (Jardín de Cactus y Suculentas) division as seen from the bird's-eye view.
The label reads “Convolvulus floridus”
The label reads “Convolvulus floridus”.
Convolvulus floridus species
Convolvulus floridus species.
High rocks hang over the stone footpath
High rocks hang over the stone footpath.
Different plants grow amidst the rocks
Different plants grow amidst the rocks.
The “Garden of Cacti and Succulents” division as seen from the slope
The “Garden of Cacti and Succulents” division as seen from the slope.
The label reads “Bencomia sphaerocarpa, Rosaceae, El Hierro”
The label reads “Bencomia sphaerocarpa, Rosaceae, El Hierro”.
A garden's employee is driving on the Kubota B2400 compact utility tractor
A garden's employee is driving on the Kubota B2400 compact utility tractor.
Bencomia sphaerocarpa species
Bencomia sphaerocarpa species.
The label reads “Aeonium subplanum, Crassulaceae, Gomera”
The label reads “Aeonium subplanum, Crassulaceae, Gomera”.
The label reads “Babcockia platylepis var. platylepis, Asteraceae”
The label reads “Babcockia platylepis var. platylepis, Asteraceae”.
This restroom is located in the beginning of Pine Forest
This restroom is located in the beginning of Pine Forest.
Stone footpaths are in the Pine Forest
Stone footpaths are in the Pine Forest.
The information board tells the story about the Pine Forest
The information board tells the story about the Pine Forest.
The public restroom near the Pine Forest is free of charge
The public restroom near the Pine Forest is free of charge.
A view down the footpath from the public restroom which is near the Pine Forest
A view down the footpath from the public restroom which is near the Pine Forest.
The Pine Forest
The Pine Forest.
The steep slope of the garden as seen from the Pine Forest
The steep slope of the garden as seen from the Pine Forest.
The steep slope of the garden is naturally covered with columnar cacti
The steep slope of the garden is naturally covered with columnar cacti.
Natural environment of the garden
Natural environment of the garden.
Pine trees
Pine trees.
The public restroom as seen from the Pine Forest
The public restroom as seen from the Pine Forest.
A comfortable stone bench is in the Pine Forest
A comfortable stone bench is in the Pine Forest.
An irrigation sprinkler is installed near the Pine Forest
An irrigation sprinkler is installed near the Pine Forest.
An irrigation sprinkler works somewhere between the Pine Forest and the Ornamental garden
An irrigation sprinkler works somewhere between the Pine Forest and the Ornamental garden.
This stone footpath leads from the Pine Forest to the Ornamental garden
This stone footpath leads from the Pine Forest to the Ornamental garden.
Pachycereus weberi is the tallest cactus species in the botanical garden
Pachycereus weberi is the tallest cactus species in the botanical garden.
A branched opuntia grows in the Ornamental garden
A branched opuntia grows in the Ornamental garden.
Different species of cereus grow in the Ornamental garden
Different species of cereus grow in the Ornamental garden.
My wife and son are in the Ornamental garden
My wife and son are in the Ornamental garden.
Huge trunks of “Pachycereus weberi” cacti are in approximation
Huge trunks of “Pachycereus weberi” cacti are in approximation.
Tall cereuses grow abundantly in the Ornamental garden
Tall cereuses grow abundantly in the Ornamental garden.
The label reads “Pachycereus weberi, Cactaceae”
The label reads “Pachycereus weberi, Cactaceae”.
The lower part of mature “Pachycereus weberi” cactus looks pretty old
The lower part of mature “Pachycereus weberi” cactus looks pretty old.
The mature “Pachycereus weberi” cactus has massive branches
The mature “Pachycereus weberi” cactus has massive branches.
The name Pachycereus comes from the ancient Greek pakhus meaning “thick” and the Latin cereus meaning “torch”
The name Pachycereus comes from the ancient Greek pakhus meaning “thick” and the Latin cereus meaning “torch”.
An irrigation sprinkler is watering the succulents of Aloe species
An irrigation sprinkler is watering the succulents of Aloe species.
Succulents of aloe species grow in the Ornamental garden
Succulents of aloe species grow in the Ornamental garden.
Exotic aloe species grow in the Ornamental garden
Exotic aloe species grow in the Ornamental garden.
Cereus of pale color grows in the Ornamental garden
Cereus of pale color grows in the Ornamental garden.
Yucca shrubs are in bloom
Yucca shrubs are in bloom.
Succulents are on the background of the slope
Succulents are on the background of the slope.
The stone footpath goes along the Ornamental garden
The stone footpath goes along the Ornamental garden.
The label reads “Cedro Canario, Juniperus cedrus, subsp cedrus, Cupressaceae”
The label reads “Cedro Canario, Juniperus cedrus, subsp cedrus, Cupressaceae”.
“Juniperus cedrus” trees grow in the Ornamental garden
“Juniperus cedrus” trees grow in the Ornamental garden.
The label reads “Palma del viajero, Ravenala madagascariensis, Strelitziaceae”
The label reads “Palma del viajero, Ravenala madagascariensis, Strelitziaceae”.
An irrigation sprinkler is watering the traveller's palm (Ravenala madagascariensis)
An irrigation sprinkler is watering the traveller's palm (Ravenala madagascariensis).
The label reads “Ave del paraíso, Strelitzia reginae”
The label reads “Ave del paraíso, Strelitzia reginae”.
Plants of Strelitzia reginae “Bird of paradise” grow in the Ornamental garden
Plants of Strelitzia reginae “Bird of paradise” grow in the Ornamental garden.
The label reads “lechera del Cabo, Polygala myrtifolia, Polygalaceae”
The label reads “lechera del Cabo, Polygala myrtifolia, Polygalaceae”.
Polygala myrtifolia tree grows in the Ornamental garden
Polygala myrtifolia tree grows in the Ornamental garden.
Agaves bloom in the Ornamental garden
Agaves bloom in the Ornamental garden.
Agave blossoms
Agave blossoms.
A steep slope dominates the Ornamental garden
A steep slope dominates the Ornamental garden.
Huge euphorbia trees grow in the Ornamental garden
Huge euphorbia trees grow in the Ornamental garden.
The label reads “Aloe distans, Asphodelaceae”
The label reads “Aloe distans, Asphodelaceae”.
“Aloe distans” plants are in the Ornamental garden
“Aloe distans” plants are in the Ornamental garden.
The Ornamental garden represents a luxurious lush greenery
The Ornamental garden represents a luxurious lush greenery.
The label reads “Barbasco, Euphorbia cotinifolia, Euphorbiaceae”
The label reads “Barbasco, Euphorbia cotinifolia, Euphorbiaceae”.
Euphorbia cotinifolia shrubs grow in the Ornamental garden
Euphorbia cotinifolia shrubs grow in the Ornamental garden.
Cockspur coral tree “Erythrina crista-galli” blooms with amazing red flowers in the Ornamental garden
Cockspur coral tree “Erythrina crista-galli” blooms with amazing red flowers in the Ornamental garden.
This statue is installed in the Ornamental garden
This statue is installed in the Ornamental garden.
Cockspur coral tree “Erythrina crista-galli” is covered with the wonderful red flowers in the Ornamental garden
Cockspur coral tree “Erythrina crista-galli” is covered with the wonderful red flowers in the Ornamental garden.
Euphorbia shrubs abundantly bloom in the Ornamental garden
Euphorbia shrubs abundantly bloom in the Ornamental garden.
Acokanthera spectabilis tree is covered with fruits in the Ornamental garden
Acokanthera spectabilis tree is covered with fruits in the Ornamental garden.
The label reads “Acokanthera spectabilis, Apocynaceae”
The label reads “Acokanthera spectabilis, Apocynaceae”.
The branches of an exotic tree are covered with growths which look like pinecones
The branches of an exotic tree are covered with growths which look like pinecones.
Stone footpath leads from the “Ornamental Garden” division to the “Kois Lakes” division
Stone footpath leads from the “Ornamental Garden” division to the “Kois Lakes” division.
The label reads “Acacia karroo, Mimosaceae”
The label reads “Acacia karroo, Mimosaceae”.
Acacia karroo tree is in bloom
Acacia karroo tree is in bloom.
The stone footpath is decorated with wooden covering
The stone footpath is decorated with wooden covering.
Waterfall
Waterfall.
The label reads “Hakea suaveolens, Proteaceae”
The label reads “Hakea suaveolens, Proteaceae”.
Hakea drupacea was also formerly known as Hakea suaveolens
Hakea drupacea was also formerly known as Hakea suaveolens.
The waterfall is the highlight of the garden
The waterfall is the highlight of the garden.
A garden bridge is located in the “Kois Lakes” division
A garden bridge is located in the “Kois Lakes” division.
Wooden steps
Wooden steps.
A fountain is in the one of Kois Lakes
A fountain is in the one of Kois Lakes.
A stone bench is in the summer house
A stone bench is in the summer house.
A walkway is designed with unfinished wooden elements
A walkway is designed with unfinished wooden elements.
Kois Lake is naturally decorated by the waterfall
Kois Lake is naturally decorated by the waterfall.
A footpath goes between the slope and the lake
A footpath goes between the slope and the lake.
A winding stone footpath
A winding stone footpath.
A bush with bright orange berries
A bush with bright orange berries.
Green bushes with yellow flowers are on the lake
Green bushes with yellow flowers are on the lake.
The label reads “Euphorbia bravoana, Euphorbiaceae”
The label reads “Euphorbia bravoana, Euphorbiaceae”.
Euphorbia bravoana
Euphorbia bravoana.
Small green euphorbia grows like a tree
Small green euphorbia grows like a tree.
This is the biggest of two Kois Lakes
This is the biggest of two Kois Lakes.
The Canary Islands dragon tree
The Canary Islands dragon tree.
This closed footpath has the restricted access
This closed footpath has the restricted access.
Kois Lakes are found at the foot of steep slope
Kois Lakes are found at the foot of steep slope.
The label reads “Cerrajones, Sonchus hierrensis var. hierrensis, Asteraceae”
The label reads “Cerrajones, Sonchus hierrensis var. hierrensis, Asteraceae”.
Small trees of Euphorbia bravoana
Small trees of Euphorbia bravoana.
The label reads “Algodonera, Helichrysum gossypinum, Asteraceae”
The label reads “Algodonera, Helichrysum gossypinum, Asteraceae”.
A huge blossom of tiny purple flowers
A huge blossom of tiny purple flowers.
A stone bench is covered with green plants
A stone bench is covered with green plants.
This green lawn is near Kois Lakes
This green lawn is near Kois Lakes.
The label reads “Bougainvillea glabra, Nyctaginaceae, Brasil”
The label reads “Bougainvillea glabra, Nyctaginaceae, Brasil”.
The unfinished wooden structure is on the background of slope
The unfinished wooden structure is on the background of slope.
Acacia karroo tree
Acacia karroo tree.
An acacia blooms with red flowers and a huge euphorbia grows behind
An acacia blooms with red flowers and a huge euphorbia grows behind.
Trees of Euphorbia species have grown to the gigantic sizes
Trees of Euphorbia species have grown to the gigantic sizes.
The label reads “Lampranthus spectabilis, Mesembryanthemaceae”
The label reads “Lampranthus spectabilis, Mesembryanthemaceae”.
Trailing Ice Plant “Lampranthus spectabilis”
Trailing Ice Plant “Lampranthus spectabilis”.
Adansonia digitata (baobab) is native to the African continent
Adansonia digitata (baobab) is native to the African continent.
The label reads “Tecomaria capensis, Bignoniaceae”
The label reads “Tecomaria capensis, Bignoniaceae”.
Tecoma capensis (common name Cape honeysuckle) is a species of flowering plant in the family Bignoniaceae
Tecoma capensis (common name Cape honeysuckle) is a species of flowering plant in the family Bignoniaceae.
The label reads “Strelitzia parvifolia, Musaceae”
The label reads “Strelitzia parvifolia, Musaceae”.
Strelitzia reginae is a flowering plant indigenous to South Africa
Strelitzia reginae is a flowering plant indigenous to South Africa.
The information board tells the story about the World Ornamental Garden
The information board tells the story about the World Ornamental Garden.
Pachycereus weberi is the tallest cactus in this group of cacti
Pachycereus weberi is the tallest cactus in this group of cacti.
A large growing shrub of cereus
A large growing shrub of cereus.
Cereuses grow in the World Ornamental Garden
Cereuses grow in the World Ornamental Garden.
The pointer shows directions to the Hidden garden, Islands garden and Cactus garden
The pointer shows directions to the Hidden garden, Islands garden and Cactus garden.
The Wooden bridge
The Wooden bridge.
The pointer shows direction to the World Garden “David Bramwell”
The pointer shows direction to the World Garden “David Bramwell”.
Aeonium palmense grows in the Pine Forest
Aeonium palmense grows in the Pine Forest.
The label reads “Pino canario, Pinus canariensis, Pinaceae”
The label reads “Pino canario, Pinus canariensis, Pinaceae”.
Pinus canariensis trees grow in the Pine Forest
Pinus canariensis trees grow in the Pine Forest.
Euphorbias and dragon trees as seen through the pines
Euphorbias and dragon trees as seen through the pines.
Lotus holosericeus, Fabaceae
Lotus holosericeus, Fabaceae.
The information board tells the story about the Lotus (genus) of Fabaceae family
The information board tells the story about the Lotus (genus) of Fabaceae family.
A dragon tree
A dragon tree.
A huge euphorbia shrub
A huge euphorbia shrub.
The low and wide dragon tree grows in the World Dragon Trees division
The low and wide dragon tree grows in the World Dragon Trees division.
The World Dragon Trees division
The World Dragon Trees division.
Aeonium canariense grows in the World Dragon Trees division
Aeonium canariense grows in the World Dragon Trees division.
A small succulent tree grows in the Palmetum division
A small succulent tree grows in the Palmetum division.
This Fossil tree trunk was found on Gran Canaria in 1966 and dated to 1100 BC
This Fossil tree trunk was found on Gran Canaria in 1966 and dated to 1100 BC.
Dioon edule, the chestnut dioon, is a cycad native to Mexico, also known as palma de Virginia
Dioon edule, the chestnut dioon, is a cycad native to Mexico, also known as palma de Virginia.
Günther Kunkel & Mary Ann Kunkel statues
Günther Kunkel & Mary Ann Kunkel statues.
The label reads “Chaguaramo, Roystonea oleracea, Arecaceae”
The label reads “Chaguaramo, Roystonea oleracea, Arecaceae”.
Tagoror building
Tagoror building.
Royal palm trees
Royal palm trees.
Nolina plant
Nolina plant.
An euphorbia shrub
An euphorbia shrub.
Trunks of the palm trees
Trunks of the palm trees.
The label reads “Trithrinax acanthocoma, Arecaceae”
The label reads “Trithrinax acanthocoma, Arecaceae”.
Latania aurea is a species of palm tree in the family Arecaceae
Latania aurea is a species of palm tree in the family Arecaceae.
The label reads “Latania amarilla, Latania aurea, Arecaceae”
The label reads “Latania amarilla, Latania aurea, Arecaceae”.
A huge palm tree
A huge palm tree.
The label reads “Palma Majestuosa, Ravenea glauca, Arecaceae”
The label reads “Palma Majestuosa, Ravenea glauca, Arecaceae”.
Ravenea glauca is a species of flowering plant in the Arecaceae family from Madagascar
Ravenea glauca is a species of flowering plant in the Arecaceae family from Madagascar.
The label reads “Palmera de cola de pescado, Caryota mitis, Arecaceae”
The label reads “Palmera de cola de pescado, Caryota mitis, Arecaceae”.
“Caryota mitis” plant
“Caryota mitis” plant.
Dracaena tamaranae “Drago de Gran Canaria”
Dracaena tamaranae “Drago de Gran Canaria”.
Dracaena tamaranae or drago from Gran Canaria, is a plant species endemic to the island of Gran Canaria
Dracaena tamaranae or drago from Gran Canaria, is a plant species endemic to the island of Gran Canaria.
Different dracaenas grow in the World Dragon Trees division
Different dracaenas grow in the World Dragon Trees division.
A rock is in the World Dragon Trees division
A rock is in the World Dragon Trees division.
Dracaena ellenbeckiana
Dracaena ellenbeckiana.
Dracaena marginata
Dracaena marginata.
Dracaena reflexa
Dracaena reflexa.
Dracaena fragrans
Dracaena fragrans.
Pandanus utilis
Pandanus utilis.
Aerial roots of Pandanus utilis
Aerial roots of Pandanus utilis.
Sansevieria stuckyi is a member of the Asparagaceae family native to equatorial Africa
Sansevieria stuckyi is a member of the Asparagaceae family native to equatorial Africa.
A footpath is in the World Dragon Trees division
A footpath is in the World Dragon Trees division.
“Fernando Navarro” Plaza
“Fernando Navarro” Plaza.
A compact coniferous shrub
A compact coniferous shrub.
Dracaena draco is native to the Canary Islands
Dracaena draco is native to the Canary Islands.
Dracaena draco is a subtropical tree-like plant in the genus Dracaena
Dracaena draco is a subtropical tree-like plant in the genus Dracaena.
Asteriscus sericeus is a species in the daisy family endemic to the Canary Islands
Asteriscus sericeus is a species in the daisy family endemic to the Canary Islands.
The square is full of Dracaena draco trees
The square is full of Dracaena draco trees.
Dracaena draco is cultivated and widely available as an ornamental tree for parks and gardens
Dracaena draco is cultivated and widely available as an ornamental tree for parks and gardens.
The information board tells the story about “Fernando Navarro” Plaza
The information board tells the story about “Fernando Navarro” Plaza.
Asparagus scoparius
Asparagus scoparius.
The label reads “Asparagus scoparius”
The label reads “Asparagus scoparius”.
Dracaena draco is a monocot with a tree-like growth habit currently placed in the asparagus family
Dracaena draco is a monocot with a tree-like growth habit currently placed in the asparagus family.
Dracaena draco grows slowly, requiring about ten years to reach 1.2 metres (4 ft) in height
Dracaena draco grows slowly, requiring about ten years to reach 1.2 metres (4 ft) in height.
A crassula species
A crassula species.
Opuntia hyptiacantha
Opuntia hyptiacantha.
Opuntia hyptiacantha is endemic to Mexico, where it occurs from the central states of Puebla northwards to San Luis Potosí and Zacatecas
Opuntia hyptiacantha is endemic to Mexico, where it occurs from the central states of Puebla northwards to San Luis Potosí and Zacatecas.
The label reads “Opuntia hyptiacantha”
The label reads “Opuntia hyptiacantha”.
Opuntia hyptiacantha has formed a thicket
Opuntia hyptiacantha has formed a thicket.
Opuntia hyptiacantha grows along the footpath to “Cactus and Succulent Garden” division
Opuntia hyptiacantha grows along the footpath to “Cactus and Succulent Garden” division.
The “Cactus and Succulent Garden” division
The “Cactus and Succulent Garden” division.
Different crassula species grow in the Cactus and Succulent Garden
Different crassula species grow in the Cactus and Succulent Garden.
A lizard is in the Cactus and Succulent Garden
A lizard is in the Cactus and Succulent Garden.
A lizard
A lizard.
The Cactus and Succulent Garden as seen from the small square beside it
The Cactus and Succulent Garden as seen from the small square beside it.
Two lizards are on the ground near the Cactus and Succulent Garden
Two lizards are on the ground near the Cactus and Succulent Garden.
A round stone bench is located near the Cactus and Succulent Garden
A round stone bench is located near the Cactus and Succulent Garden.
A stone footpath goes along the “Cactus and Succulent Garden” division
A stone footpath goes along the “Cactus and Succulent Garden” division.
The label reads “Bejeque noble, Aeonium nobile, Crassulaceae”
The label reads “Bejeque noble, Aeonium nobile, Crassulaceae”.
Aeonium nobile is a succulent, subtropical flowering plant in the family Crassulaceae
Aeonium nobile is a succulent, subtropical flowering plant in the family Crassulaceae.
A huge irrigation sprinkler is seen in the distance
A huge irrigation sprinkler is seen in the distance.
The label reads “Aeonium mascaense, Crassulaceae”
The label reads “Aeonium mascaense, Crassulaceae”.
A group of aloe species is in the Cactus and Succulent Garden
A group of aloe species is in the Cactus and Succulent Garden.
A wonderful dracaena is in the Cactus and Succulent Garden
A wonderful dracaena is in the Cactus and Succulent Garden.
Euphorbia stenoclada
Euphorbia stenoclada.
The label reads “Mato de plata, Euphorbia stenoclada, Euphorbiaceae”
The label reads “Mato de plata, Euphorbia stenoclada, Euphorbiaceae”.
Euphorbia stenoclada grows in the Cactus and Succulent Garden
Euphorbia stenoclada grows in the Cactus and Succulent Garden.
An euphorbia tree grows in the Cactus and Succulent Garden
An euphorbia tree grows in the Cactus and Succulent Garden.
A spiny euphorbia species
A spiny euphorbia species.
Euphorbia grandialata
Euphorbia grandialata.
Euphorbia canariensis
Euphorbia canariensis.
Euphorbia ferox
Euphorbia ferox.
Euphorbia resinifera f. compacta
Euphorbia resinifera f. compacta.
Euphorbia lactea
Euphorbia lactea.
The label reads “Mammillaria compressa”
The label reads “Mammillaria compressa”.
Mammillaria compressa
Mammillaria compressa.
Aeonium ciliatum is native to the Canary Islands
Aeonium ciliatum is native to the Canary Islands.
An opuntia with green fruits
An opuntia with green fruits.
The label reads “Cylindropuntia tunicata”
The label reads “Cylindropuntia tunicata”.
Cylindropuntia tunicata
Cylindropuntia tunicata.
A winding footpath goes through the “Cactus and Succulent Garden” division
A winding footpath goes through the “Cactus and Succulent Garden” division.
A shrub of opuntia with numerous white woolen fruits and pink flowers
A shrub of opuntia with numerous white woolen fruits and pink flowers.
Pachypodium lamerei
Pachypodium lamerei.
Pachypodium lamerei with white flowers
Pachypodium lamerei with white flowers.
Exotic succulents are extremely different in sizes and shapes
Exotic succulents are extremely different in sizes and shapes.
Aloe with red leaves
Aloe with red leaves.
Euphorbias with thick trunks
Euphorbias with thick trunks.
Pachypodium species
Pachypodium species.
A grasshopper is sitting on the opuntia
A grasshopper is sitting on the opuntia.
Opuntia hyptiacantha
Opuntia hyptiacantha.
The label reads “Echinopsis spachiana”
The label reads “Echinopsis spachiana”.
Echinopsis spachiana
Echinopsis spachiana.
A tall dracaena tree with white flowers
A tall dracaena tree with white flowers.
The label reads “Echinopsis atacamensis pasacana”
The label reads “Echinopsis atacamensis pasacana”.
Echinopsis atacamensis pasacana
Echinopsis atacamensis pasacana.
Euphorbia and opuntia shrubs surround the stone footpath
Euphorbia and opuntia shrubs surround the stone footpath.
The label reads “Polaskia chichipe”
The label reads “Polaskia chichipe”.
Flowers of Polaskia chichipe are small and yellow
Flowers of Polaskia chichipe are small and yellow.
The label reads “Ficus socotrana”
The label reads “Ficus socotrana”.
Ficus socotrana
Ficus socotrana.
The label reads “Carpobrotus acinaciformis”
The label reads “Carpobrotus acinaciformis”.
Carpobrotus acinaciformis is a succulent perennial of the family Aizoaceae, native to South Africa
Carpobrotus acinaciformis is a succulent perennial of the family Aizoaceae, native to South Africa.
Madagascar ocotillo or Alluaudia procera, is a deciduous succulent plant species of the family Didiereaceae
Madagascar ocotillo or Alluaudia procera, is a deciduous succulent plant species of the family Didiereaceae.
Alluaudia procera
Alluaudia procera.
The label reads “Euphorbia dregeana, Namibia”
The label reads “Euphorbia dregeana, Namibia”.
Euphorbia dregeana
Euphorbia dregeana.
Aloe mutabilis
Aloe mutabilis.
The label reads “Aloe mutabilis, Asphodelaceae”
The label reads “Aloe mutabilis, Asphodelaceae”.
Mature species of Pachypodium lamerei are in bloom
Mature species of Pachypodium lamerei are in bloom.
The label reads “Orbea variegata”
The label reads “Orbea variegata”.
Orbea variegata is a species of flowering plant in the family Apocynaceae
Orbea variegata is a species of flowering plant in the family Apocynaceae.
The label reads “Alluaudia adscendens”
The label reads “Alluaudia adscendens”.
The label reads “Abromeitiella brevifolia, Bromeliaceae”
The label reads “Abromeitiella brevifolia, Bromeliaceae”.
Deuterocohnia brevifolia (Abromeitiella brevifolia) is native to Argentina and Bolivia
Deuterocohnia brevifolia (Abromeitiella brevifolia) is native to Argentina and Bolivia.
The label reads “Crassula lycopodioides, Crassulaceae”
The label reads “Crassula lycopodioides, Crassulaceae”.
Crassula lycopodioides grows under the dracaena tree
Crassula lycopodioides grows under the dracaena tree.
Cyanotis somaliensis is a species of perennial plants in the family Commelinaceae
Cyanotis somaliensis is a species of perennial plants in the family Commelinaceae.
The label reads “Euphorbia xylophylloides”
The label reads “Euphorbia xylophylloides”.
Euphorbia xylophylloides tree
Euphorbia xylophylloides tree.
The label reads “Sarcostemma daltonii”
The label reads “Sarcostemma daltonii”.
Sarcostemma daltonii is a species of flowers that belong to the Apocynaceae family
Sarcostemma daltonii is a species of flowers that belong to the Apocynaceae family.
The label reads “Aloe humilis, Asphodelaceae”
The label reads “Aloe humilis, Asphodelaceae”.
Aloe humilis is endemic to South Africa
Aloe humilis is endemic to South Africa.
The label reads “Aloe distans, Asphodelaceae, Costa O. de Sudafrica”
The label reads “Aloe distans, Asphodelaceae, Costa O. de Sudafrica”.
Aloe distans
Aloe distans.
The label reads “Dasylirion serratifolium, Agavaceae”
The label reads “Dasylirion serratifolium, Agavaceae”.
Dasylirion serratifolium
Dasylirion serratifolium.
Agave ferox
Agave ferox.
Aloe cameronii is a species of the Aloe genus indigenous to Malawi and Zimbabwe
Aloe cameronii is a species of the Aloe genus indigenous to Malawi and Zimbabwe.
Huge trees of aloe species
Huge trees of aloe species.
The label reads “Agave attenuata, Agavaceae”
The label reads “Agave attenuata, Agavaceae”.
Agave attenuata is popular as an ornamental plant in gardens
Agave attenuata is popular as an ornamental plant in gardens.
The label reads “Bryophyllum fedtschenkoi, Crassulaceae, Madagascar”
The label reads “Bryophyllum fedtschenkoi, Crassulaceae, Madagascar”.
Bryophyllum fedtschenkoi is a species native to Madagascar
Bryophyllum fedtschenkoi is a species native to Madagascar.
The label reads “Dracaena ellenbeckiana, Dracaenaceae”
The label reads “Dracaena ellenbeckiana, Dracaenaceae”.
Dracaena ellenbeckiana
Dracaena ellenbeckiana.
The label reads “Delosperma lehmannii, Mesembryanthemaceae, Sudafrica”
The label reads “Delosperma lehmannii, Mesembryanthemaceae, Sudafrica”.
Delosperma lehmannii
Delosperma lehmannii.
The label reads “Portulacaria afra variegata, Portulacaceae”
The label reads “Portulacaria afra variegata, Portulacaceae”.
Portulacaria afra f. variegata
Portulacaria afra f. variegata.
The label reads “Agave filifera, Agavaceae, Mexico”
The label reads “Agave filifera, Agavaceae, Mexico”.
Agave filifera is a species of flowering plant in the family Asparagaceae
Agave filifera is a species of flowering plant in the family Asparagaceae.
The label reads “Izote, Yucca filifera, Agavaceae, Mexico”
The label reads “Izote, Yucca filifera, Agavaceae, Mexico”.
Yucca filifera is a member of the Asparagaceae family subfamily Agavaceae native to central Mexico
Yucca filifera is a member of the Asparagaceae family subfamily Agavaceae native to central Mexico.
The label reads “Agave victoriae-reginae, Agavaceae, Mexico”
The label reads “Agave victoriae-reginae, Agavaceae, Mexico”.
Agave victoriae-reginae is in bloom
Agave victoriae-reginae is in bloom.
The label reads “Kalanchoe beharensis, Crassulaceae, Madagascar”
The label reads “Kalanchoe beharensis, Crassulaceae, Madagascar”.
An euphorbia tree
An euphorbia tree.
Kalanchoe beharensis is a plant species in the succulent genus Kalanchoe, and the family Crassulaceae
Kalanchoe beharensis is a plant species in the succulent genus Kalanchoe, and the family Crassulaceae.
Aloe speciosa is an arborescent aloe indigenous to the thicket vegetation of the southern Cape Provinces of South Africa
Aloe speciosa is an arborescent aloe indigenous to the thicket vegetation of the southern Cape Provinces of South Africa.
The label reads “Aloe speciosa, Asphodelaceae”
The label reads “Aloe speciosa, Asphodelaceae”.
The label reads “Cotyledon heterophylla, Crassulaceae”
The label reads “Cotyledon heterophylla, Crassulaceae”.
Cotyledon heterophylla
Cotyledon heterophylla.
The label reads “Crassula ovata variegata, Crassulaceae, Horticultura”
The label reads “Crassula ovata variegata, Crassulaceae, Horticultura”.
The label reads “Xerosicyos danguyi, Cucurbitaceae, Madagascar”
The label reads “Xerosicyos danguyi, Cucurbitaceae, Madagascar”.
Xerosicyos danguyi is a large liana with thick stems and round succulent leaves
Xerosicyos danguyi is a large liana with thick stems and round succulent leaves.
White flowers of pachypodium lamerei
White flowers of pachypodium lamerei.
Numerous plants of Echinocactus grusonii species grow in the “Cactus and Succulent Garden” division
Numerous plants of Echinocactus grusonii species grow in the “Cactus and Succulent Garden” division.
Echinocactus grusonii and opuntias
Echinocactus grusonii and opuntias.
Aeonium is a beautiful succulent with rosettes of red leaves
Aeonium is a beautiful succulent with rosettes of red leaves.
Euphorbia milii var. hislopii
Euphorbia milii var. hislopii.
Fabulous succulents hang over the footpath
Fabulous succulents hang over the footpath.
The flowers of a tree look like the flowers of a clover
The flowers of a tree look like the flowers of a clover.
Agave ferox is a variety of the species of Agave salmiana belonging to the family of Agavaceae
Agave ferox is a variety of the species of Agave salmiana belonging to the family of Agavaceae.
The label reads “Agave ferox, Agavaceae, Mexico”
The label reads “Agave ferox, Agavaceae, Mexico”.
This flowerbed mostly consists of aloe, dracaena and agave plants
This flowerbed mostly consists of aloe, dracaena and agave plants.
Euphorbia tirucalli has grown to a mature tree
Euphorbia tirucalli has grown to a mature tree.
The label reads “Euphorbia tirucalli, Euphorbiaceae”
The label reads “Euphorbia tirucalli, Euphorbiaceae”.
Aloe vera plants are in bloom
Aloe vera plants are in bloom.
The flowers of Echinocactus grusonii
The flowers of Echinocactus grusonii.
In natural habitat, Echinocactus grusonii grows in volcanic rock on slopes, at altitudes around 1400 metres (4600 ft)
In natural habitat, Echinocactus grusonii grows in volcanic rock on slopes, at altitudes around 1400 metres (4600 ft).
Echinocactus grusonii is rare and endangered in the wild, where it is found near Mesa de Léon in the state of Querétaro, and in the state of Hidalgo
Echinocactus grusonii is rare and endangered in the wild, where it is found near Mesa de Léon in the state of Querétaro, and in the state of Hidalgo.
A flowerbed contains the huge quantity of Echinocactus grusonii plants
A flowerbed contains the huge quantity of Echinocactus grusonii plants.
Echinocactus grusonii is endemic to east-central Mexico
Echinocactus grusonii is endemic to east-central Mexico.
Cleistocactus hyalacanthus is a species of columnar cacti
Cleistocactus hyalacanthus is a species of columnar cacti.
The label reads “Mammillaria sp.”
The label reads “Mammillaria sp.”.
Mammillaria compressa
Mammillaria compressa.
Pachypodium rosulatum is a shrubby perennial caudiciform plant with a bottle-shaped trunk
Pachypodium rosulatum is a shrubby perennial caudiciform plant with a bottle-shaped trunk.
Mammillaria compressa is a species of cactus in the family Cactaceae
Mammillaria compressa is a species of cactus in the family Cactaceae.
Mammillaria magnimamma
Mammillaria magnimamma.
Parodia magnifica
Parodia magnifica.
The flowers of Parodia magnifica
The flowers of Parodia magnifica.
The label reads “Cyphostemma bainesii”
The label reads “Cyphostemma bainesii”.
Cyphostemma bainesii with a huge caudex is almost leafless
Cyphostemma bainesii with a huge caudex is almost leafless.
Astrophytum ornatum
Astrophytum ornatum.
Eulychnia castanea
Eulychnia castanea.
Echinocactus grusonii
Echinocactus grusonii.
Echinocactus grusonii is known as the golden barrel cactus
Echinocactus grusonii is known as the golden barrel cactus.
Delosperma lehmannii belongs to the Aizoaceae family
Delosperma lehmannii belongs to the Aizoaceae family.
A species from the Aizoaceae family
A species from the Aizoaceae family.
Graptoveria is a hybrid of Echeveria and Graptopetalum
Graptoveria is a hybrid of Echeveria and Graptopetalum.
Crassula sarcocaulis
Crassula sarcocaulis.
Kalanchoe longiflora is a succulent shrub with attractive multi-hued foliage
Kalanchoe longiflora is a succulent shrub with attractive multi-hued foliage.
The label reads “Sarcocaulon burmannii, Geraniaceae”
The label reads “Sarcocaulon burmannii, Geraniaceae”.
The label reads “Thelocactus conothelos”
The label reads “Thelocactus conothelos”.
Thelocactus conothelos
Thelocactus conothelos.
Copiapoa cinerea subs. haseltoniana
Copiapoa cinerea subs. haseltoniana.
Copiapoa coquimbana is a species of clump-forming cactus native to South America
Copiapoa coquimbana is a species of clump-forming cactus native to South America.
The label reads “Agave titanota, Agavaceae, Mexico”
The label reads “Agave titanota, Agavaceae, Mexico”.
Agave titanota
Agave titanota.
The label reads “Yucca baccata”
The label reads “Yucca baccata”.
Agave americana “Mediopicta Alba”
Agave americana “Mediopicta Alba”.
Echinopsis spachiana is a species of cactus native to South America
Echinopsis spachiana is a species of cactus native to South America.
This luxurious flower bed contains a species of Echinopsis spachiana cactus
This luxurious flower bed contains a species of Echinopsis spachiana cactus.
The label reads “Tartogo, Jatropha podagrica, Euphorbiaceae”
The label reads “Tartogo, Jatropha podagrica, Euphorbiaceae”.
Jatropha podagrica
Jatropha podagrica.
Ceropegia krainzii
Ceropegia krainzii.
The label reads “Citharexylum quadrangulare, Verbenaceae”
The label reads “Citharexylum quadrangulare, Verbenaceae”.
Citharexylum quadrangulare is a lovely tree that offers interesting foliage all year round
Citharexylum quadrangulare is a lovely tree that offers interesting foliage all year round.
Flowers of this Aeonium species are brown
Flowers of this Aeonium species are brown.
An old tree of euphorbia species grows between opuntias and aloes
An old tree of euphorbia species grows between opuntias and aloes.
The litter of Pine Forest is brown
The litter of Pine Forest is brown.
The Wooden bridge spans over the Guiniguada ravine
The Wooden bridge spans over the Guiniguada ravine.
A small lake is located near the “Cactus and Succulent Garden” division
A small lake is located near the “Cactus and Succulent Garden” division.
Euphorbia canariensis, commonly known as the Canary Island spurge
Euphorbia canariensis, commonly known as the Canary Island spurge.
Water lilies
Water lilies.
Water lilies are in the lake
Water lilies are in the lake.
The label reads “Cardón, Euphorbia canariensis, Euphorbiaceae”
The label reads “Cardón, Euphorbia canariensis, Euphorbiaceae”.
Euphorbia canariensis has amazing flowers of burgundy color
Euphorbia canariensis has amazing flowers of burgundy color.
Euphorbia canariensis is in bloom
Euphorbia canariensis is in bloom.
The information board tells the story about the flowers of Euphorbia canariensis
The information board tells the story about the flowers of Euphorbia canariensis.
Water lilies have covered the whole surface of lake
Water lilies have covered the whole surface of lake.
A lush greenery of the garden
A lush greenery of the garden.
A footpath goes through the forest
A footpath goes through the forest.
The Islands Garden
The Islands Garden.
A green lawn is in the “Islands Garden” division
A green lawn is in the “Islands Garden” division.
Pale pink flowers hang over the stone footpath
Pale pink flowers hang over the stone footpath.
The pointer shows directions to the Cactus garden, Islands garden and Wooden bridge
The pointer shows directions to the Cactus garden, Islands garden and Wooden bridge.
The label reads “Esparraguera, Asparagus scoparius, Asparagaceae, Macaronesia”
The label reads “Esparraguera, Asparagus scoparius, Asparagaceae, Macaronesia”.
Asparagus scoparius
Asparagus scoparius.
A footpath goes through the pergola green tunnel which is covered by the lush greenery
A footpath goes through the pergola green tunnel which is covered by the lush greenery.
The label reads “Cedro canario, Juniperus cedrus, Cupressaceae”
The label reads “Cedro canario, Juniperus cedrus, Cupressaceae”.
The Islands Garden preserves the highly diverse plant varieties of the Canary Islands
The Islands Garden preserves the highly diverse plant varieties of the Canary Islands.
The Garden is an extremely beautiful place laid out on the slopes of Guiniguada ravine
The Garden is an extremely beautiful place laid out on the slopes of Guiniguada ravine.
The label reads “Tajame, Rutheopsis herbanica, Apiaceae, Canarias”
The label reads “Tajame, Rutheopsis herbanica, Apiaceae, Canarias”.
Rutheopsis herbanica
Rutheopsis herbanica.
Juniperus cedrus
Juniperus cedrus.
A group of mature dracaena draco trees
A group of mature dracaena draco trees.
This stairs leads to “Matías Vega” Plaza
This stairs leads to “Matías Vega” Plaza.
The trunks of Dracaena draco trees are long and slender and the leaves are prickly
The trunks of Dracaena draco trees are long and slender and the leaves are prickly.
A stone footpath leads to “Matías Vega” Plaza
A stone footpath leads to “Matías Vega” Plaza.
Different species of palm trees are planted on “Matías Vega” Plaza
Different species of palm trees are planted on “Matías Vega” Plaza.
“Matías Vega” Plaza
“Matías Vega” Plaza.
This map of the garden is located on “Matías Vega” Plaza
This map of the garden is located on “Matías Vega” Plaza.
The lower entrance (via Almatriche) to the garden is located on “Matías Vega” Plaza
The lower entrance (via Almatriche) to the garden is located on “Matías Vega” Plaza.
A grove of Canarian palm trees “Phoenix canariensis”
A grove of Canarian palm trees “Phoenix canariensis”.
Canarian palm trees “Phoenix canariensis” grow on “Matías Vega” Plaza
Canarian palm trees “Phoenix canariensis” grow on “Matías Vega” Plaza.
The public toilet is located on “Matías Vega” Plaza
The public toilet is located on “Matías Vega” Plaza.
Phoenix canariensis is a species of flowering plant in the palm family Arecaceae, native to the Canary Islands
Phoenix canariensis is a species of flowering plant in the palm family Arecaceae, native to the Canary Islands.
Phoenix canariensis is the natural symbol of the Canary Islands
Phoenix canariensis is the natural symbol of the Canary Islands.
The Stone bridge spans over the Guiniguada ravine
The Stone bridge spans over the Guiniguada ravine.
The Stone bridge
The Stone bridge.
The Guiniguada ravine
The Guiniguada ravine.
White wall is over the Guiniguada ravine
White wall is over the Guiniguada ravine.
Canarian palm trees “Phoenix canariensis” grow over the Guiniguada ravine
Canarian palm trees “Phoenix canariensis” grow over the Guiniguada ravine.
The statue of Eric Ragnor Sventenius (1910-1973) is in the garden
The statue of Eric Ragnor Sventenius (1910-1973) is in the garden.
The Exhibition Center
The Exhibition Center.
The tiny pond is in front of the Exhibition Center
The tiny pond is in front of the Exhibition Center.
The pond located in front of the Exhibition Center is decorated with exotic plants
The pond located in front of the Exhibition Center is decorated with exotic plants.
The statue of a woman is located in front of the Exhibition Center
The statue of a woman is located in front of the Exhibition Center.
A drake is wandering near the Exhibition Center
A drake is wandering near the Exhibition Center.
A duck with ducklings
A duck with ducklings.
The information board shows the images of birds available in the garden
The information board shows the images of birds available in the garden.
Canarian palm trees grow near the Exhibition Center
Canarian palm trees grow near the Exhibition Center.
A woodland footpath
A woodland footpath.
Jardín Botánico Canario Viera y Clavijo is the full name of the botanical garden on Gran Canaria
Jardín Botánico Canario Viera y Clavijo is the full name of the botanical garden on Gran Canaria.
The Botanical Garden Viera y Clavijo is located in the northeast of Gran Canaria
The Botanical Garden Viera y Clavijo is located in the northeast of Gran Canaria.
The Botanical Garden Viera y Clavijo is located approximately 7 kilometers southwest of the capital city Las Palmas
The Botanical Garden Viera y Clavijo is located approximately 7 kilometers southwest of the capital city Las Palmas.
A Canarian palm tree “Phoenix canariensis”
A Canarian palm tree “Phoenix canariensis”.
Work on laying out the garden began in 1952, and the Jardín Botánico Canario Viera y Clavijo was officially opened in 1959
Work on laying out the garden began in 1952, and the Jardín Botánico Canario Viera y Clavijo was officially opened in 1959.
The garden comprises approximately 27 acres (10 hectares)
The garden comprises approximately 27 acres (10 hectares).
A grove of Euphorbia canariensis
A grove of Euphorbia canariensis.
Pines
Pines.
Laurel Forest
Laurel Forest.
The pointer describes this place as the Sventenius Waterfall
The pointer describes this place as the Sventenius Waterfall.
Sventenius Waterfall
Sventenius Waterfall.
Sventenius Waterfall “Cascada de Sventenius” (23)
Sventenius Waterfall “Cascada de Sventenius” (23).
This area is located at the northern border of garden
This area is located at the northern border of garden.
Euphorbia canariensis (Canary Island spurge) is in bloom
Euphorbia canariensis (Canary Island spurge) is in bloom.
Three stone benches are located along the footpath
Three stone benches are located along the footpath.
“Matías Vega” Plaza as seen from the bird's-eye view
“Matías Vega” Plaza as seen from the bird's-eye view.
The northern area of garden as seen from the bird's-eye view
The northern area of garden as seen from the bird's-eye view.
Calle Juan Ponce Pérez street as seen from the garden
Calle Juan Ponce Pérez street as seen from the garden.
A stone footpath is protected with a stone fence
A stone footpath is protected with a stone fence.
It would be very dangerous to walk here without the stone fence
It would be very dangerous to walk here without the stone fence.
Three stone benches
Three stone benches.
The Pond as seen from the bird's-eye view
The Pond as seen from the bird's-eye view.
Research and Administration Center
Research and Administration Center.
Stone benches are located on Plaza de Viera y Clavijo
Stone benches are located on Plaza de Viera y Clavijo.
Bust of José de Viera y Clavijo (28 December 1731 – 1813)
Bust of José de Viera y Clavijo (28 December 1731 – 1813).
The garden as seen from Plaza de Viera y Clavijo
The garden as seen from Plaza de Viera y Clavijo.
The Windy Archway “El Arco del viento”
The Windy Archway “El Arco del viento”.
A stone footpath goes through the Windy Archway
A stone footpath goes through the Windy Archway.
The Windy Archway
The Windy Archway.
This footpath goes to the Steep Steps “La Escalera empinada”
This footpath goes to the Steep Steps “La Escalera empinada”.
The Windy Archway is the place where you can feel the strong wind
The Windy Archway is the place where you can feel the strong wind.
The Viewpoint “El Mirador” as seen from the Windy Archway
The Viewpoint “El Mirador” as seen from the Windy Archway.
Canary Island Spurge “Euphorbia canariensis” blooms near the Windy Archway
Canary Island Spurge “Euphorbia canariensis” blooms near the Windy Archway.
A wild shrub of Canary Island Spurge “Euphorbia canariensis” blooms near the Windy Archway
A wild shrub of Canary Island Spurge “Euphorbia canariensis” blooms near the Windy Archway.
The vehicle parking place of the botanical garden
The vehicle parking place of the botanical garden.
The top entrance of the botanical garden
The top entrance of the botanical garden.
Calle Jardín Canario street
Calle Jardín Canario street.
The green lawn decorates the parking place of the botanical garden
The green lawn decorates the parking place of the botanical garden.
Campus Universitario (Ingenierías) bus stop
Campus Universitario (Ingenierías) bus stop.
Guaguas buses are at the Campus Universitario (Ingenierías) bus stop
Guaguas buses are at the Campus Universitario (Ingenierías) bus stop.
View down the road from the Campus Universitario (Ingenierías) bus stop
View down the road from the Campus Universitario (Ingenierías) bus stop.