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Buskett Gardens Malta
« on: February 27, 2012, 06:17:24 »
Buskett Gardens Malta

Buskett Gardens Malta is a unique place in Malta and Buskett Gardens are open to the public which makes them even better.

Buskett Gardens are hidden away and not really that well known to tourists but make a perfect afternoon out in the sunshine with a picnic as their are small grass paddocks hidden away with great views over Malta.


Buskett Gardens Malta - woodland including oak trees

Buskett Gardens Malta hold the feast of st paul and st peter on June 29th. The night before lots of Maltese go to Buskett Gardens and have a very different feast to normal. It is more traditional as they eat rabbit stew and sing and dance traditional Maltese songs and customs.




Buskett gardens near Siggiewi and Dingli has lots of wildlife including the "Churchyard Beetle" as it is known in Malta (Blaps Gigas is the scientific name)

Buskett Gardens has the Verdala Palace in its grounds, high up and overlooking it on one of the limestone cliffs.

Buskett Gardens was created by the Malta Knights Templers and is perhaps the only natural or semi large wild woodlands on the island of Malta.

Buskett Gardens woods are found near Dingli and Mdini/Rabat.


Buskett Gardens Malta - strange Stalactite or fulgurite with massive quartz sections?




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Limestone Stalagmite or Fulgurite?
« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2012, 06:28:23 »

Limestone Stalagmite or Fulgurite?


Buskett Gardens Malta limestone Stalagmite or Fulgurite with massive quartz crystals and sections


Buskett Gardens Malta Stalagmite near the main carpark


Buskett Gardens public woodlands in Malta - here you can see the different large quartz areas


Different areas of quartz - how are only certain sections of this quartz and not areas beside it? How do you get different types of quartz crystals including massive quartz crystals near each other?


Where these quartz crystals at Malta's Buskett Gardens created in similar fashion to fulgurites? Is this not a stalagmite but a limestone fulgurite?

Or if it is a limestone stalagmite where the quartz crystals created by electromagnetic energy when the Islands of Malta and the Temple Builders were wiped out, along with many other ancient civilisations around the Med and Middle east at the same time?