Cila-da-Madeira is an exclusive species of our archipelago!
Scientific name Autonoe maderensis, this rare plant naturally inhabits rocky sites of the north and west coast, and the interior of Madeira, which can occur from sea level up to 800m altitude.
It is given as very rare on the rocky cliffs of the Great Desert and one of the peaks of Porto Santo. “Used in gardens, in addition to its beauty has revealed a great rusticity
Visit our flowering wood Cila-da-Madeira in the Botanical Garden of Madeira – Eng Rui Vieira.
Taken from IFCNIP