I photographed representatives of all the woody species I could find wild seedlings of growing under the big climbing Cupressus near the Peacock fountain.
Unfortunately my photos of the front of the leaves and the whole bush were very much out of focus (you get rushed along when taking a bush walk with a 10 year old). But I was surprised to see this growing on the side of the Lookout Track - it looks very much like the holly bush that used to grow in my grandparents' garden.
Población extensa de Ilex aquifolium debajo de un robledal de Quercus humilis.
Ilex aquifolium (holly, common holly, English holly, European holly, or occasionally Christmas holly), is a species of holly native to western and southern Europe, northwest Africa, and southwest Asia.I. aquifolium is the species familiar in Christmas decoration, and is regarded as the type species of the genus Ilex, which by association is also called "holly". It is a dioecious tree or shrub found, for example, in shady areas of forests of oak and in beech hedges....