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The phrygana area

This area, sloping down towards the south, is managed as a wild garden and includes the largely spring-flowering spontaneous flora (e.g. Asphodelus aestivus, Hermodactylus tuberosus, Anemone coronaria) as well as added plants that like its dry and sunny conditions e.g. many species of Aloe (winter-flowering) and Amaryllis belladonna (autumn-flowering). In autumn it is full of cyclamen, Urginea maritima  and Scilla autumnalis. A path has been made through it.

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Video - Terry Moyemont.   Music - David Bristow.

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