NATIVE SPECIES OF TREES AND PLANTS
To shade the pitches in the campsite we always follow the criterion of using native species that are best adapted to this type of climate and soil, they require less irrigation and are more resistant to diseases. Native species like: ash mostly sessile, small-leaved ash, maple (acer negundo), linden, poplar, pine and tiles. There are other species in smaller quantities, such as mulberries, willows, red leaf plum trees, firs, spruces, some fruit trees (cherry, apple and plum trees, etc.).
ORGANIC GARDENS AND MULCHING
In the campsite gardens are not used chemical fertilizers or pesticides. In the maintenance, organic techniques are applied:
– Mulching: apply a layer of crushed pruning branches, between plants to prevent the proliferation of weeds, help retain soil moisture and reduce the frequency of watering, fertilizer provided in the form of organic matter the degradation of sawdust, and create a refuge for beneficial organisms to control pests through biological (ladybugs, earthworms, lacewings, Hymenoptera, etc.).
– Using in gardening plants adapted to the climate of the area, they do not have high watering requirements, like: roses, herbs (rosemary, lavender, savory, mint, orange, etc.), seasonal flowers and plants (dahlias, tulips, nasturtiums, carnation corn, etc.)