Category: EN-Especies de zonas áridas

December 5, 2019 Gerardo Rodriguez No comments exist

El lujo de ver «en vivo» un aguacate cimarrón por Edgardo Díaz En el monte de Guajimico, junto a un sendero ecológico muy visitado por turistas, crecen 14 nuevos aguacates cimarrones. Un ejemplo de cómo este cactus gigante de nuestra flora puede recuperase al abrigo de una industria que ocupó parte de su espacio vital….

October 4, 2019 Gerardo Rodriguez No comments exist

El Palenque, a well-known hill of Western Cuba, was chosen for the introduction of 51 individuals of Leptocereus scopulophilus. This cactus is exclusive from Cuba and has a remarkable resemblance to a güije. Two new royal oaks welcome them.

July 11, 2019 Gerardo Rodriguez No comments exist

An endangered and very attractive species of the Cuban flora is visited by a Planta!’s team. Named after Dr. Atila Borhidi, a Hungarian botanist who devoted many years to the study of the Cuban flora, Coccothrinax borhidiana needs our help to secure its survival.

March 19, 2019 Gerardo Rodriguez No comments exist

Nurseries: seeds of future by José Angel García-Beltrán Planta!’s volunteer’s passion for conservation makes a whole forest grow. José Angel, Duniel and Sandy take part in the propagation of threatened species at nurseries of four Eastern Cuba provinces.   Date: 19/03/2019   Project: Conservation of threatened species of Cuban arid zones.   Travelling to Eastern…