RFE43BDW–Canary Island Spurge (Euphorbia canariensis), a plant that grows natively in the arid and humid environment of Canary Islands.
RM2GNFYTF–Fleshy leaved rosettes of the branching, half hardy Canary Islands native succulent, Aeonium undulatum
RFK44AYW–The regions of the interior and the west coast of Lanzarote are characterized by massive black mountains and mysterious stone circles linked to the wine tradition of the island. The winegrowers of Lanzarote have discovered that the heavy dark volcanic soil, enriched by the turbulent seismic history of the island, is perfect for cultivating vines. These original vineyards are planted in the dark earth and take cover behind the stone walls of a semicircular shape called 'souks'; Malvasia produced here is very good.
RMMNDAEC–Ferula linkii an attractive umbellifer with yellow flower heads and feathery foliage - in mountain mists in the highlands of La Gomera Canary Islands
RFP3GX5E–Californian poppies (Eschscholzia californica) growing wild on Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain
RFR9M9GC–White decorative chamomile in the garden.Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
RFJ2HY3E–Aloe Vera plant close up Tenerife Canary Islands Spain
RF2J1XE30–View of the crown of a Canary Island date palm (Phoenix canariensis) with big green colored leaves in winter season in the mountains of Gran Canaria.
RFRDY3J7–Agave with large inflorescence on the Canary Islands
RF2JDMMT5–The contrast of delicate plants growing in brutal volcanic rock. Parque Antonio Gómez Felipe, La Palma, Santa Cruz, Canary Islands, Spain
RM2DF6RRY–Canary orobal (Withania aristata) is a shrub native to Canary Islands.
RFC4792X–National botanic garden of Wales, the Great Glasshouse, Canary Islands marker
RF2J698RX–View of road and flora in mountainous landscape near Tasarte, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, Atlantic, Europe