Dry escarpments rich in biodiversity

The dry escarpments that make up the terraces, which were once cultivated, are made up of plant species adapted to lean and dry soil. The escarpments of the biodiversity garden are of the dry meadows very rich in species, partly due to their southern exposure. Dry meadows are among the most rich in species and consequently very colorful in spring: the wide variety of flowers and the unique herbaceous structure provide a living space for numerous insects and other animals.

Compare the colors you observe on the escarpments and shaded plateaus under the olive grove, do you notice any differences?