P.S. My photography is of course no match to that of Stephen or anyone else for that matter, but I still hope that you enjoy these
- Urginea pancration competing with Galactites tomentosa and being an obvious WINNAR :D
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- This photo does not do the plant justice, which is of course lovely and sprawling with a delicious smell...
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- Inula chrithmoides showing its halophyte adaptations... totally submerged in a rock pool of salt water!
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- Helichrysum... unfortunately I took these photographs just as the flowering season for this lovely plant had just passed. Arguably the only rare plant in this set I am posting!
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- Capparis orientalis and Crucianella rupestris some centimetres away from the edge of a dangerous type of cliff :)
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- Arisarum vulgare and Inula chrithmoides in a shaded area beneath some sort of a cliff
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Often nature is beautiful that you do not need to be a sick perfect-man like me !!! The inula underwater was surprising. Keep sharing under this topic (Open Discussion about Maltese flora) or just on the other topic (Open Discussion)
Thanks for sharing