Impressions of a Burnt Land
by Caroline Harbouri
photographs by Olivier Filippi
For the full article see The Mediterranean Garden No 51, January 2008.
The natural regeneration of plants after a fire is a token of hope to our human perceptions. Bulbous plants flowering in the Peloponnese in November 2007, a couple of months after devastating forest fires.
Crocus niveus with C. boryi
(the smaller flower on the left).
Crocus goulimyi and C. niveus.
Cyclamen graecum flowering in the ashes.