The Taxateca's Garden is a small private botanical garden which contains an interesting plant collection of hundreds of species. It was founded on May 17th of 2013 and has an extension of 2.000 square meters.
Below are sorted alphabetically some species that are mantained alive in the garden. All images have been photographed at the garden.
Details: Shrub or small tree from South America that produce nice big ephemeral flowers that open especially during the night. It is drought resistant and light frost resistant until around -6ºC.
Details: Is a strange tree that produces a thick trunk with a very swollen base, which can measure several meters in diameter. It is native to Mexico, where it lives in dry environments with summer rain, so it resists well drought conditions. It supports up to -7ºC for a few hours.
Details: A plant native to southern Brazil and northern Argentina, resistant to drought and temperatures as low as -7º. During the warm season it produces beautiful pink inflorescences.