PUERTO DE LA CRUZ: Tigaiga in the vanguard With their customary exquisite good taste, the Hotel Tigaiga today presented their latest advance, a digital garden. by Sheila Collis http://www.islandconnections.eu/1000003/1000009/0/36519/tenerife-article.html
Fascination of Plants Day 18th May 2012: The Hotel Tigaiga joins this initiative by sharing a vanguard project with new technologies: An Interactive Catalogue of free access to explore the 200 species of subtropical plants, which the hotel has over 7000 m2 of gardens. This Interactive Catalog is published on garden.tigaiga.com: The plant guide can beContinue Reading “NEW: our Interactive Tigaiga Plants Catalog!”
Gardeners´World travel, published on September 2011 – page 58: Balmoral Cruise Highlights: Santa Cruz de Tenerife: Gardeners´ Tour to the tranquil Sitio Litre orchid garden and the sub-tropical gardens of the Hotel Tigaiga in Taoro Park. Very happy to welcome you all!
The first international “Fascination of Plants Day” will be held on May 18th (*). In the hotel Tigaiga we are preparing for the occasion and today we planted a “Eugenia unifoliolate” tree and a “Trachycarpus fortunei” palm to increase the number of plant species in our gardens. This action was sponsored by Mrs. Sander, regular customersContinue Reading “Preparing for the “Fascination of Plants Day””
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Gardeners´World travel, page 58 Join us on a spring cruise to the Canary Islands & Madeira Cruise Highlights: Santa Cruz de Tenerife: join us on a free Gardeners´ Tour to the tranquil Sitio Litre orchid garden and the sub-tropical gardens of the Hotel Tigaiga in Taoro Park.
This week we have planted new Phoenix canariensis palm trees in our garden Tigaiga. Thus, we stick to our motto: Tigaiga, a hotel with more palm trees than beds!