The predominant plant you see (virtually no leaves because it’s winter) is wild thyme. The darker green shrub is Euphorbia acanthothamnos, also known as Greek spiny spurge, of the Euphorbiaceae family.
I’m learning alot from your pictures and travels. thank you!!!
Thank you for visiting and for the kind words, please come again soon. I’ll definitely take a look through your blog. Great title, small house big garden, describes my general philosophy exactly.
Another beautiful and essential picture! Thank you!
sorry I forgot to sign
Antonio, thank you for the comment. I checked out your website (www.welldesignedandbuilt.com)… looks great, I’ll be visiting again. Is your book published in English?
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