We visit a bijou near Basel - just across the border in France: The beautiful nature reserve "Petite Camargue" - created from an extensive floodplain of the Rhine - impresses with a great variety of plants and animals. We find here wet and dry sites, forest, meadows and fields in a varied mosaic. Thus we can also get to know a large number of medicinal plants, but also rare orchids such as bumblebee ragwort, spider ragwort and helmet orchis at the dry site "Kirchenerkopf". In addition, we have a good chance that nightingale and oriole will accompany us with their song.
The "Petite Camargue" is also scenically a special experience. Photos of medicinal plants, wild herbs, rare orchids and of the floodplain landscape in the Petite Camargue can be found in my picture gallery.
And of course you will hear a lot of interesting facts about the healing effects and recognition features of medicinal plants and wild herbs.
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