Xerogardening and ecological gardening


Xerogarden, coming from the Greek term "xero" meaning dry, arose as a necessity to solve the severe droughts of Australia.

Until that time England had been a strong model in landscape. Ever green gardens, with extensive meadows and flowers of many colours that needed high water consumption and a large use of chemical dadobs.

Australia gave us a master class on how to make a garden using the minimum of resources, especially with the minimum use of water.

A careful design with native or naturalized plants is the key to a durable garden in time.

The Mediterranean suffers from very strict summers, with high temperatures and low rainfall, and this causes the classical plants of English gardening, such as the camelies or the azaleas, to be replaced by plants such as the Roma, salvories, lavenders, and marfull.

Ecological gardening consists of creating ecosystems in harmony with the space around it, achieving sustainable, time-durable gardens. with low maintenance, low water consumption and no use of aggressive products with the environment, respecting the flora and fauna of the environment.

Our friends:

The deadly rain and the continuing dint that we bathe most gardens eliminate both enemies and friends from our garden.

The beneficial animals will help us effectively to combat pests.

them the plants in our garden will become sick little by little, and our garden will always have a sad air and no life.

Our plants:

The Mediterranean landscape offers a wide diversity of indigenous plants that can meet all the needs of our gardens that:

Combined with other foreign species of similar characteristics, they make up rich gardens where we will enjoy different blooms and textures throughout the year.