Jardín Botánico Canario Viera y Clavijo

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English: The Jardín Botánico Canario Viera y Clavijo is the botanical garden on Gran Canaria, one of the Canary Islands, near Tafira Alta, approximately 7 kilometers southwest of the capital city Las Palmas. It is primarily dedicated to the plants endemic to the Canary Islands but also to the islands of Macaronesia, which includes Madeira, the Azores, and Cape Verde.
Español: El Jardín Botánico Canario Viera y Clavijo, se encuentra en Gran Canaria, Islas Canarias, está dedicado principalmente a las flores y plantas endémicas de las siete islas del archipiélago canario, incluyendo además especies de las islas que pertenecen a la zona llamada ‘Islas de la Macaronesia’, que comprende a las islas de Madeira, las Azores y Cabo Verde.


The garden[edit]

Garden statues[edit]

La Fuente de Los Sabios[edit]

Garden specimens endemic to the Canary Islands[edit]

(See also Flora of the Canary Islands)

Endemic flora of Fuerteventura[edit]
Endemic flora of La Gomera[edit]
Endemic flora of Gran Canaria[edit]
Emdemic flora of El Hierro[edit]
Endemic flora of Lanzarote[edit]
Endemic flora of La Palma[edit]
Endemic flora of Tenerife[edit]

(See also Flora of Tenerife)

Garden specimens endemic to multiple islands[edit]

Garden specimens from Macaronesia[edit]

(See also Flora of Macaronesia)

Endemic flora of Madeira[edit]

(See also Flora of Madeira)

Garden specimens endemic to Madeira and the Canary Islands[edit]

Endemic flora of the Azores[edit]

(See also Flora of the Azores)

Endemic flora of Cape Verde[edit]

(See also Flora of Cape Verde)

Garden specimens endemic to multiple islands of Macaronesia[edit]

Garden specimens from elsewhere[edit]

The palmetum[edit]