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The Albarda Garden a mediterranean garden

by Edith Haeuser
photographs by Edith Haeuser

Photographs to illustrate the article published in The Mediterranean Garden No. 92, April 2018

Edith lovingly describes a garden which has become important in her life. The photographs below illustrate the route of her walk as portrayed in the text.

The elegant entry lane of the Albarda Garden lined on either side with
Buxus sempervirens, Cupressus sempervirens and Olea europea

Formal planting on the north side of the villa with closely-sheared Myrtus communis subsp. tarantina,
Cupressus sempervirens and Seville orange trees, Citrus x aurantium

The Valencian-Moorish garden from the pergola with Wisteria floribunda

The wall tiled with trencadís technique on the western side of the
Valencian-Moorish garden

Howea forsteriana in the centre of the shade house, with Ophiopogon japonicus
lining the borders of the planting

Rosa 'Charles de Gaulles' in the scented rose garden

The pond at the foot of the mini-Montgó

The elegant avenue lined with Bismarckia nobilis and Syagrus romanzoffiana
behind low hedges of Buxus sempervirens

Rosa 'Mme Solvay' in the charming octagonal pergola

Magnificent view from the terrace of the villa
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