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Associação de Plantas e Jardins     em Climas Mediterrânico

Mediterranean Gardening    Association Portugal

To promote Mediterranean plants and gardens, through education, cultivation, conservation and recognition of their communal, environmental and economic importance in our everyday lives.


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John Fielding is a Royal Botanic Gardens Kew trained professional horticulturist, photographer, author, garden designer and plant breeder. He gave a talk on Mediterranean Bulbs at our 2013 Spring Conference and is the joint author of the acclaimed Flowers of Crete.  He cultivates a large range of plants in his private collection, especially Mediterranean species. John is on two Committees of the Royal Horticultural Society, Herbaceous Plants and Photography.

His web site is www.jfimages.co.uk

There is also more information on wild flowers and indigenous plants here on http://www.flora-on.pt   -  Sociedade Portuguesa de Botânica

Wonderful Wildflowers of the Algarve. John Fielding
demonstrates the similarities and differences between west and eastern Mediterranean using the Algarve flora as a theme.

This online version of the talk has been produced and sponsored by the Mediterranean Gardening Association of Portugal.

John FieldingScilla peruviana, the Portuguese squill, is a species of Scilla native to the western Mediterranean region in Iberia, Italy, and northwest Africa. Although the epithet peruviana means "from Peru", it is strictly a western Mediterranean species.Euphorbia
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