Eastern Mojave Vegetation Thinking about trees in Vivero "La Menara"  
 

 

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  Thinking about trees in Vivero
I think Nacho and daughter are settling on a Granado (pomegranate), a peach (melocoton) tree and a lemon tree. Since they don't have a lot of space, it would make sense to select trees that also gave fruit back. We also drove back to the nursery in Bollullos "Vivero Los Azahares," and took a look there. This nursery did not have so many trees, but it did have a good selection of smaller shrubs. Here, I learned that vines are called "rampantes" somewhat like the English adjective "rampant." They had some very nice Trumpet Vines, in the genus Bignonia, also related to the Catalpa and the Desert Willow.

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