Maremma and nature, here are the plants you find at the Boschetto!
The Maremma coast, located in the Tuscany region of Italy, is characterized by a rich and diverse flora. Some of the native plants commonly found along the Maremma coast include:
Maritime Pine (Pinus pinaster): This resilient tree grows abundantly along the sandy dunes and helps stabilize the soil.
Holm Oak (Quercus ilex): An evergreen oak that thrives in coastal conditions and can be found both along the coast and inland in the Maremma.
Monterey Cypress (Juniperus macrocarpa): A juniper shrub or tree with large berries, adapted to the salty and sandy conditions of the coast.
Mastic Tree (Pistacia lentiscus): An aromatic shrub with glossy leaves and small red fruits, often found along the Maremma coast.
Myrtle (Myrtus communis): An evergreen shrub with fragrant leaves and black or purplish berries, typical of coastal areas.
Sea Spurge (Euphorbia paralias): A succulent plant that grows in sandy coastal areas and contributes to dune formation.
Sea Lily (Pancratium maritimum): A plant with bell-shaped white flowers that grows on the sandy dunes of the coastal areas.
These are just some of the native plants that can be found along the Maremma coast. The region is known for its biodiversity and hosts a variety of natural habitats, offering a wide range of unique plant species.
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