Wild (Flowers) in Spain

03/03/2017

Reuben is very fortunate to live in the beautiful Andalucian countryside among the natural flora and fauna of Spain. He only needs to walk a few metres in any direction to come across some natural beauty, at the moment (in February and March) the wild Iris’ are out in abundance, creating pretty purple hedgerows and carpets wherever you turn. Reuben decided to research what else grows wild in Spain, specifically Andalucia and even more specifically at The Corner where he lives. Read on to find out what he discovered.

There are lots of wild flowers in Spain, it’s like the film Secret Garden.

Here are just some of the wild flowers we have near where we live in Spain:

  • Marigold
  • Poppy
  • Iris
  • Field Woundwort
  • Cornflower
  • Bee Orchid
  • Apple Mint
  • Wild sage
  • Daisy
  • Sweet Pea
  • Butterfly Orchid
  • Honeysuckle

They come in all sorts of amazing colours like gold, red, purple, white, yellow, orange, pink

Some of my favourites are the purple Iris’, red Poppies and the yellow and purple bee orchids because they look like they have a bee on them.

At the corner we have lots of wild herbs growing too like:

  • Rosemary
  • Thyme

What is your favourite type of wild flower and what grows where you live?

Can’t wait to hear your answers, big kisses from blogger Reuben Coe!!

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  • Judy Short
    03/03/2017 at 9:36 pm

    We will be in Marbella next week, Rueben, so we will keep our eyes open!

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