In this walk we will discover the flora of our nearest landscape from the ethnobotanical point of view. Plants are transformed into games for children, they feed us, warm us or serve us to build all kinds of things. They are a source of inspiration for poets and inventors imitate their natural ingenuity. They help us to cure human and animal diseases, and are present in architecture, in religious symbols, in beliefs and superstitions. In a relaxed and rigorous environment at the same time, we will tell stories and anecdotes that will make us understand that nature and culture are not contradictory, and that conserving biodiversity also helps us keep our intangible heritage alive. Duration of three hours and for all audiences.