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Associação de plantas e jardins em climas mediterrânico  -  Mediterranean Gardening Association - Portugal

Our Barrocal Botanic Garden has now become a member of BGCI (Botanic Gardens Conservation International). Membership will allow us to develop the Garden following their well established sustainable guidelines.

Dedicated to plants and gardens of the Mediterranean climate zones created by an international group of enthusiastic gardeners ….

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The Mediterranean Gardening Association Portugal - MGAP

(ASSOCIAÇÃO DE PLANTAS E JARDINS EM CLIMAS MEDITERRÂNICOS – APEJECM)

To promote Mediterranean plants and gardens, through education, cultivation, conservation and recognition of their communal, environmental and economic importance in our everyday lives

Click to download our latest Newsletter Newsletter No 14 February 2018.pdf

Barrocal Botanic Garden

Now a Member of BGCI


Roses, succulents, trees ….


We have a collection of articles on different plants and gardening techniques suited to mediterranean gardening  

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MGAP Demonstration and workshop on grafting plums onto almond trees


Friday May 18th,

10 a.m. to 12:30 / 1 p.m.


Location:  Monte Seco (thanks to Wilfried Ring for this event)


More details or registration for the event by contacting Tessa Hearn (mgapevents@gmail.com)

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No. 14
February 2018

Latest News

& Events

Welcome to 2018

A message from our President

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First and foremost a very happy gardening New Year to you all. Another year has sped by with its usual incredible speed. Not that we at MGAP have been idle. It has been a particularly good year for us ………

For the full  message…

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Canarina Canariensis

Did you miss our Spring Plant Fair on 3 March?

Don’t worry!

A full report is available - click here

or ‘Trees & their Fungi’

17 December 2017 - click here