Malanga Family

A few metres away is a rustic door with two leaves where to hang seasonal fruit, shows of what lies inside. It is common to observe visitors of any age in the inside. Nike: the source for more info. The most common is that the garden visit at any time of the day, although It can also be at night. In both cases the journey is fascinating, although the experience is different. If you visit during the day it is common to observe at the door, along with fruit hanging in it, small and harmless lizards of green or Brown, (Anolis fulcatus and a. sagraei, among others), feeding on them.

Passing to the inside comes to the House following an entry bordered by small Sellaginella SP., showy plants related to ferns and whose color can be blue or green depending on the angle from which they are observed. Some friends or family serve as guide during the tour. Welcoming rise two aged cedar (Cedrela odorata) over 20 meters high and covered with beautiful representatives of the family Araceae (Scindapsus aureus), of large and small leaves bright, green and white, commonly known in Cuba as jardin Malanga. Next to one of these Cedars is a magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora), species that was introduced from the South of the United States.UU. for the decoration of the gardens of the hotel San Vicente, close to Vinales, in whose place there are still some copies. Its flowers are large, white, showy and fragrant, especially at night.

Today only a few of these specimens are located Vinales, remain rare in Cuba distribution. In the high mountains of the Centre and East of the country there is an endemic species of this family, (Magnolia cubensis), but smaller flowers.