In the park of Saint Leopold Mandić (Svetog Leopolda Mandića)
, which is located in the resort town of Herceg Novi (Montenegro), you can observe a very interesting and rather unusual vegetable community - from the trunk of the 10-year-old eucalyptus Phoenician canary grows
, or, as it is also called, the Canarian date palm Phoenix canariensis) is a plant that belongs to the genus Phoenix of the Palm family.
As reported by the housing and communal company Herceg Novi, a natural occurrence in nature of this kind of symbiosis of plants doesn't happen so often.
"It is known that in our city, in addition to the local Mediterranean flora, there are more than 250 different kinds of exotic plants growing, all of these plants grow in close proximity to each other and sometimes intertwine," they added from the municipal service of the city. They also hope that eucalyptus will not suffer from this natural "connection" and this symbiosis of plants will remain attractive to residents and tourists of Herceg Novi.
In any case, at the moment eucalyptus "saves" the palm tree from its main pest - the palm weevil
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