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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.

The Garden                                 The Plants

The Plants

 

Below are sorted alphabetically some species that are mantained alive in the garden. All images have been photographed at the garden.


 

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Malephora crocea

 

Category: Succulent herb. Temperature: Frost tender (until -3ºc). Water: Drought resistant. Details: Creeping plant with nice flowers.  Interchange availability: Yes, cuttings.


Mammillaria elongata

 

Category: Succulent. Temperature: Frost tender (until -3ºc). Water: Drought resistant. Details: Small cactus.  Interchange availability: Yes, cuttings.


Mammillaria gracilis

 

Details: Small clustered cactus native from Mexico, drought resistant, but frost tender (until -4ºC). It produce small yelowish flowers in the warm and humid season.


Mammillaria hahniana

 

Details: Cactus native to Mexico with latex inside, surface covered with hairs, and bright pink flowers that form rings on the stem. It grows in areas with winter drought and can resist up to -10ºC for short periods of time.


Melaleuca pustulata

 

Details: It is an endemic Tasmanian shrub, growing in relatively dry soils. It blooms massively in spring and supports up to -10ºC.


Mimosa polycarpa

 

Category: Shrub. Temperature: Frost tender. Water: Regularly. Details: Leafs move when are touched.  Interchange availability: Yes, seeds.


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Mimusops zeyheri

 

Details: It is a tree from southern Africa that resists periods of drought, but not temperatures below zero degrees. It is slow growing and its fruits are edible.


Monstera deliciosa

 

Category: Climbing. Temperature: Frost tender (until -4ºc). Water: Regularly. Details: Big and nice leafs.  Interchange availability: Yes, cuttings.


 

Musa x paradisiaca

 

Category: Small tree. Temperature: Frost tender, rhizome frost resistant. Water: Regularly to abundant. Details: Big and nice leafs, fruits edible (bananas).  Interchange availability: Yes, cuttings.


Myrtillocactus geometrizans

 

Category: Succulent shrub. Temperature: Frost tender (until -5ºc). Water: Drought resistant. Details: Branches with nice colour.


 

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