BOTANICAL TOURS | landscape + flora

Patagonia, a oneness concept. We all know what we mean when we define those 800,000 km2. The first images that come to mind are snowy mountains, deep blue lakes, forests, and the endless steppe delineated by an infinite horizon But many unknown images await us in Patagonia. Its flowers await those photographs that still did…

NOTHOFAGUS & SPRING SNOW | new greens + BW

Spring in north patagonia seem the half way to greens All Nothofagus that turn in reds are with a new green. A brilliant, intense new green. The monochromes seem to be so far. Seems araucarias turn darker against the whites of winter. So, this year, El Niño rain and snow was expected. Seem was a…

PATAGONIA IN MACRO | frozen reds

Berberis, Escallonias, Nothofagus in the dryest area of the valley. the forest is less than a kilometre, but here autumn is not just about red in patagonia forests.    

LEGUMINOSAE | Adesmia parvifolia

Prostrate perennial herb formin a low mat to 40cm across (usually much less).Leaves to 10mm long, very variable, glabrous to pubescent, with 3-4 pairs of leafleats, 1.5-2.5mm long.Flowers 9-15mm, white, rose,blue or yellowwith violet lines, axilary, held just above the foliage; calyx variable, glabrous to pubescent, with teeth along and acute, equal to longer than…

STAGES FOR PLANTS | last lights over patagonia volcanoes

Travel to patagonia is not just to see and enjoy its incredible flora To think in our flora is to think in the mountains where  they grow. Seems, as part of an indivisible system, our volcanos from patagonia, and our flora, evolved together. So, was neccesary to share these horizons, made of the inner fire…