The Ethnobotanical Garden shows live several species of plants, native to Baja California. We started planting them in 2011 and we continue on this adventure. Ethnobotany refers to the study of interactions between people and plants, in that sense we have more than 30 species of plants that have different uses among native communities. The plants come from different regions of the state, both from arid and humid climates. The garden thus represents the great diversity of climates, geological formations and types of vegetation that characterize Baja California.