This garden is named Jardín Félix was started on a plot of wasteland in Igueste, a village in the Anaga mountains in Tenerife. Created by Phil Inkelberghe in 2005-2006 and wonderfully maintained by Thierry Jacoby.
The video shows how the garden was started from abandoned land, invaded by wild Opuntia cactus. Stone walls and rockeries were built and now a beautiful garden flourishes. There are palms, succulent plants, tropical fruit trees, and native canarian species.
Some plant species shown in this video of this home garden in the Canary Islands:
- Kleinia nerifolia
- Phoenix canariensis (Canary Island
- Aloe vera in bloom
- Aloe ferox
- Coccoloba uvifera (Seagrape)
- Musa (Banana)
- Mangifera (Mango)
- Dracaena draco