NFC digital ethnobotanical path of Pérégrine in Venasque

Pin d'Alep

Aleppo Pine – pinus Halepensis Mill.

Pinaceae family This family belongs to the group of gymnosperms (with unprotected seeds). When there is a fire, cones shoot their seeds away. That’s why it is one of the first tree to grow back after a fire. This is also one of the reason why it has been planted to reforest. It has many […]

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Blue Grass Lily

Blue Grass Lily – Aphyllanthes monspeliensis L.

Aphyllanthes monspeliensis L, Asparagaceae family This plant from arid mediterranean areas blossoms at pentecost. Their corollas (composed of all the petals) look like a funnel. The flowers are edible but make sure to identify them properly. To resist against the drought, this plant doesn’t have any leaves ; it makes its photosynthesis with its blue-green […]

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La ferme de Pérégrine sanctuaire de chauve-souris

Peregrine layout, history and safety guidelines

Welcome to Peregrine, let’s discover its history and the new ethnobotanical digital path situated in the natural sensible area of Peregrine, in the natural regional park of Mont Ventoux. The farm situated in the heart of this natural sensible area will be restored in order to become a sanctuary for bats. You’ll be able to […]

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Des pistaches vraiment petites

Terebinth – Pistacia terebenthus L.

It is a dioecious tree : male trees make flowers with only the stamens without any style. That’s why only the female shoots can produce pistachios. There are 9 different species of pistachios in the world. The Chinese pistachio can reach 26.24 feet. Pistachios that we eat come from another tree : « Pistacia vera ». Pistachios […]

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