New plants for Albir’s Los Carrascos park which doubles as an interpretation centre for the area’s native flora

LOS CARRASCOS: Alfaz’s mayor Vicente Arques and Environment councillor Luis Morant credit: Alfaz town hall

FORTY new species have been planted in Albir’s Los Carrascos park.

Los Carrascos is also a Landscape and Environmental Interpretation Centre with information panels describing the plants, trees and bushes there.

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The new plants are located in different areas that are dedicated to Forest Species, Mediterranean Shrubs, Aromatic and Culinary Plans and the Women’s Garden.

This last includes rosemary, horse-chestnuts, sage, rue, thyme, cypress, gerbera and damask rose that are traditionally used to alleviate migraine, labour pains, varicose veins and other “women’s ailments.”




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