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Jardín Antigüeño: Tumbergia

These colorful and strange-looking flowers are the gift of a climber plant known locally as Tumbergias (tunbergia misurense is the scientific name). …

Jacaranda Tree at Central Park

There are several jacaranda trees in Parque Central which make a gorgeous display of purple or violet during February and March when …

Flowers for Día del Cariño

The price of flowers goes up exponentially around certain dates like Valentine’s Day or Mother’s Day, just to name a few. A …

Guatemalan Coffees Are Truly Green

Today, I continue learning about the Guatemalan coffees. In the past I have mention how I thought coffee plantations were beneficial for …

The Ages of Coffee

In this photograph I try to captured the different ages or stages of the coffee berries. Since we are showing the different …

The Hands That Rock the Coffee

These are the hands the rock the coffee berries off the branches swiftly, almost effortlessly it seemed. There’s something about these hands …

Flowers Are Us

Believe it or not, in La Antigua Guatemala we have flowers in our gardens year around. We also are lucky to have …

These are not repollitos

Repollitos are little cabbages and that’s what Jenn Klee used to call hortensias when she was a little kid. I can see …

Little Charms of LAG

Visitors can easily spot the Maya people dressed in rainbow colors weaving their way throughout the renowned colonial architecture of La Antigua …

Jardín Antigüeño: Geranios

Geranio is the Guatemalan name for Geranium, which is also known in Spanish as Pelargonio. Geranios or Pelargonios can be found with …

Jardín Antigüeño: Julias

Julias are flowers that blossom all year long. Julias scientific name is Salvias spendens and normally can be found dress in salmon, …

Jardín Antigüeño: Nazareno

Throughout the archives of AntiguaDailyPhoto.com you can find many of the plants and flowers available in and around the Antigua Guatemala gardens. …

Guateflora: Orejas de Elefante

These mammoth green leaves are known as Quequeshque or Orejas de Elefante, Elephant Ears, in Guatemala because of its gigantic size. The …

Jacarandas at Central Park

I don’t know how it happened, but I had lost this vista of the Jacaranda trees in bloom at La Antigua Guatemala’s …

Guateflora: Jacarandas

Interesting enough, last year when I published the Guateflora series, I overlooked the jacaranda trees, which are omnipresent in and around Antigua …

First Güisquil from Orchard

I present to you the first güisquil, also known as chayote or perulero, from our back yard orchard. Güisquiles are such an …