ENOAS picture: Botanical garden at Kefalonia

Botanical Garden “Cephalonia botanica” in Greece. The landscapers’ aim was to recreate most of the island's habitats including the widespread, drought- adapted ‘phrygana’ and ‘maquis’, characteristic habitats of Mediterranean shrub land, as well as grassland and woodland. Plants already present at the site were left to flourish and were supplemented by missing species. The founders are in touch with the English seed bank “Millenium Seed Bank” to seek advice in order to create a seed bank.
Visited in the summer of 2008.

Activity: ENOAS Summer Meeting 2008: Greece

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