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.
Rebutia heliosa x pulvinosa
Details: It is a small cactus less than 5 cm high that produces a massive flowering at the beginning of the warm season. It needs regular water in the warm season, but should be kept dry during the cold season. It is frost tender (until -3ºC).
Category: Herb. Temperature: Frost tender (until -2ºc). Water: Regularly. Interchange availability: Yes, seeds.
Details: It is a species of rose native to coastal areas of China. It blooms during spring and summer, producing relatively large, deep red fruits, and it is quite frost-resistant.
Category: Shrub. Temperature: Frost resistant (until -15ºc). Water: Drought resistant. Details: Aromatic and edible plant. Interchange availability: Yes, cuttings and seeds.