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Saturday, 21 February, 2015
The Scarlet pimpernel (Anagallis arvensis) is a plant of Mediterranean origin, one of the many who really do not know with certainty whether it is native to the Canary Islands or has arrived with humans. 
 
Friday, 20 February, 2015
Thursday, 19 February, 2015
We talk about the Notoceras bicorne, also this plant is very common in almost all the island. As Aizoon Canariense is now in full development and flowering. It can grow outstretched or also a little bit up to the ground. 
 
Thursday, 19 February, 2015
Well, almost. It is not in the dunes or beaches, or in some more or less humidity mountain areas. In the remainder, it may appear anywhere, and often does massively, especially in dry, sunny places. 
 
Tuesday, 17 February, 2015
As we said a few weeks ago, it has not rained again significantly, but the weather has remained cool (if not say cold), and the plants were maintained.
Saturday, 14 February, 2015

Not many years ago still, maybe 10-12, it was discovered that this plant, which at first was thought to be exclusive to Morocco, also grew in Lanzarote and Fuerteventura. 

Saturday, 14 February, 2015

This is one of the Astragalus species with white flower. The matte is hairy, and small legumes fruits thereof, are disposed in star.

Thursday, 12 February, 2015
 
They are small plants group of green peas, beans, chickpeas ... leguminous then. Usually seasonal plants growing in winter in the crozes, on the slopes of mountains, badlands and other natural places of the islands.
 
Wednesday, 11 February, 2015

Also fumaria (Fumaria montana) are typical winter plants. There are a number of species that are difficult to distinguish from each other.

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