Semillas Silvestres has signed a collaboration agreement with the Atlantic Botanical Garden in Gijón for the recreation of a mowing meadow and the installation of plots for the multiplication of its species in the Garden. This public-private venture is an example of collaboration and synergy between institutions and involves the capitalisation of the scientific results obtained in several European research projects in which both institutions have participated, and of the Interreg SUDOE Fleurs Locales project of which Semillas Silvestres is a beneficiary member.

It also involves the enhancement of plant genetic resources from the Cantabrian Mountains stored in the Germplasm Bank of Portugal and by Semillas Silvestres, for their practical application in the development of a native seed propagation system that can make possible the multiplying and scaling up of such seeds in other plant communities and institutions.