Gardens of La Palomera
The Garden of David Veramendiz

David came to La Palomera when he was 9 years old, now he is 57 years old. From his house you can see how the plants in the garden look out onto the public sidewalk. Lionso Veramendiz, David's father, was the first enthusiast to plant his yard. Over the years, David learned and applied all the information his father communicated to him. After his father passed away in 2005, David has taken over the care of the plants. Among the species he harvests is mango, which has given him up to 7 baskets of sleeves. He also grows coffee, milk, banana, guava, pumpkin, avocado and tomato. He is guided by the lunar phases for everything related to plants.

David in his garden, photograph by Gabriel Nass
Garden by David Veramendiz, photography by Gabriel Nass
Garden by David Veramendiz, photography by Gabriel Nass
Garden by David Veramendiz, photography by Gabriel Nass
Garden by David Veramendiz, photography by Gabriel Nass
Plant drawn by Enlace Foundation
Axonometry drawn by Enlace Foundation