Translation of heath in Spanish:

heath

brezal, n.

Pronunciation /hiːθ//hiθ/

noun

  • 1

    (moorland) brezal masculine
    (moorland) monte masculine
    (agreste) (park) parque masculine
    • The draft map published in December shows what the Agency regards as ‘open country’ - mountain, moor, heath and down land or registered common land to which the new access rights will apply.
    • There's more moorland and open heath here than woodland, more gorse and heather than noble oak.
    • This could have been due to the onset of warmer and wetter weather, as until then the landscape had been characterised by woodland and heath, but raising water levels killed the trees and the mire began to form.
    • While out riding in 1711, she came upon an area of open heath, not far from Windsor Castle, that looked an ideal place for ‘horses to gallop at full stretch.’
    • Apart from the sandy heaths of the Landes, to the south of the Gironde, it was a fertile region whose warm, damp climate favoured great agricultural diversity.
    • It forms long leafy strands, with tiny, pale brown spore cases at the tips, and grows on wet heaths, peaty soil, and other places that are under water for much of the winter, preferably with some disturbance from grazing or vehicles.
    • This species inhabits both the open heaths and the woodland borders and often takes advantage of patches of heath that have recently been burnt.
    • By then, it had become obvious that it was pointless converting poor sandy soils or reclaiming heath for arable, and pine forests were planted instead.
    • Access rights will not take effect until 2005, when definitive maps of the mountains, moorland, heath and common land covered by the legislation will be complete.
    • Ever more marginal land including wetlands, heaths, and steep hillsides had to be brought into cultivation as the century progressed, much of it inherently unsuited to arable production.
    • She was told there was a designated flying area on the heath and by-laws could not be changed.
    • In arable areas such as Yorkshire, hunts were more reliant on other areas of permanent grassland such as the parkland surrounding country houses, or common lands and heaths beyond the farms.
    • Much of the countryside is accessible too, with hundreds of long-distance paths and shorter, waymarked routes to help you discover woodlands, heaths, hills and moors.
    • The open moors and heaths were another source for other varieties of plants, especially berries, as well as providing areas for sheep and goat grazing.
    • A three-month public consultation will now start on areas of mountain, moorland, heath and downland previously off-limits, but now designated open for access through the Countryside and Rights of Way Act.
    • Until the end of the 18th century, Great Bustards were widely distributed in England on open chalk downland, grassy heaths and agricultural land.
    • Previously unexplored corners of the countryside will be unlocked, allowing people to walk freely over mapped areas of mountain, moor, heath and registered common land as of May 28.
    • A southward depression of the treeline in favour of wet heaths, bogs and wetland tundra communities is also observed in northern oceanic environments.
    • The main threat to the species comes from loss of habitat - a reduction in the area of lowland heath or changes in forestry practice.
    • The golden plover breeds in short vegetation on upland heaths and peat bogs and adults also travel each day to feed on nearby pastures.
  • 2

    (plant)
    brezo masculine
    • No domestic sheep were run on the areas since at least 1900, and grazing by red deer was light, mainly on grass rather than on the heaths eaten by Rock Ptarmigan and Red Grouse.
    • If snows aren't too deep, the best and most vibrant source of winter color comes from the family of heaths and heathers.
    • The winter heath is blooming heavily and the summer heather is standing erect with foliage in gorgeous hues of bronze, coral and red.
    • The garden designer Gertrude Jekyll was a great fan and favoured naturalistic planting companions such as heaths Erica and rock roses Cistus.
    • In a couple of years my winter blooming heaths will be big enough that I will be able to use those in the wreaths as well.
    • Some of it will be attached to green plants - this is a good time, for instance, to trim back heaths that have been blooming through the winter.
    • Most, but not all heathers and heaths prefer an acid soil.
    • Hardiest and most readily available of the winter-blooming heaths are varieties of Erica carnea.
    • Even during winter some of the heaths provide a welcome splash of colour.
    • The white, purple and red flowers of heath bloom in early to late winter in the north except in bitter cold.
    • But if you prefer your color non-prickly, then take a look at some of the winter flowering heaths.
    • After the logging and fires, resilient plants like fire cherry, bracken fern, and the heaths had reclaimed much of this broken landscape.
    • Have you ever investigated all the available varieties of heaths and heathers?
    • The coloured sandstone - golden, purple and orange - shows itself among the native heath and shrubs.
    • She worked on terraces around the main house and created an indigenous garden above the house, with aloes and proteas, Cape heaths and indigenous trees.
    • Heathers and heaths need full sun and good drainage is vital, so containers and window boxes should be made of terracotta, stone or wood, never non-porous plastic or glazed pottery.
    • Sometimes I add extra leaf mould for heath or moisture-loving plants, or seaside sand for coastal plants in a trough.
    • Cherrybank is the most northerly of the three National Collections of heathers and heaths - the others are at the Royal Horticultural Society gardens at Wisley in Surrey and Harlow Carr in Harrogate.