There are some characteristic plants that begin to flower in the autumn, with some already present and others beginning to flower now.
Normally, with the first rains, some plants sprout early, but due to the drought conditions we have experienced lately, some have delayed flowering and are appearing now. The gallery of pictures, taken by our botanist Leslie Linares, displays some of the most characteristic species that can be found in Gibraltar.
Autumn Lady's Tresses Orchid
Flowers from (September) October to November.
Flowers between September, October and November.
Flowers from September, October to November (December).
Paper White Narcissus
Flowers from (October) November, December to January (February).
Bullate Or Autumn Buttercup
Flowers between October, November and December (January).
Flowers from (September) October to November (December).
Southern Autumn Crocus
Flowers during (October) November (December).
Southern Or Autumn Colchicum
Flowers from September to October.