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My Environment, Learning Scenario

The word “landscape” evokes the paintings made by artists who have materialized on a canvas what they have observed in a valley, a lake, a river, a city, or a village. In other words, what they have observed in a landscape.

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TORONJIL

(Agastache mexicana)
Family: Lamiaceae

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THE LANDSCAPE AS A TEACHING RESOURCE

The landscape is the place and its image, is the form taken by geographical facts plus their perceptions, interpretations and cultural representations.

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT PATRICK CULLINA

Patrick Cullina is an award-winning horticulturist, landscape designer, photographer, lecturer, and organizational consultant.

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The Australian Garden

In a former sand quarry, an hour drive from Melbourne, Australia, a new botanic garden has been completed, one that allows visitors to follow a metaphorical journey of water through the Australian landscape, from the desert to the coastal fringe.

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Pedagogical farms: reflection spaces for the ecological transition

Derived from the phenomenon of food industrialization, during the twentieth century many people began to lose contact with the natural cycles, and how food was produced.

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CALÉNDULA

(Calendula officinalis L.)
Family: Asteraceae

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The importance of the plant list in landscape design

The species lists that are chosen and incorporated into a landscape design is known as a plant list.

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The place where people meet

Iztapalapa, in its Nahuatl origin, was the place where water and stone – earth and the chinampas converge, met.

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