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by John Joynes


The succulent area, raised to improve drainage.


Acanthus mollis, with foliage already looking limp in the June heat.


A rare Cyprus endemic, Centaurea akamantis, known from only
one location in the Avakas Gorge.


Cyprus natives: Nepeta troodi in front with Ptilostemon
chamaepeuce
and Phlomis cypria behind.


One section of the flourishing herb bed.

 

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