A Tree. Although alone, it dominates every field, garden, street and park where it stands. It creates a unique atmosphere and a genius loci of the place where it grows. A green and quiet home for birds and insects. They are centrepoint of every community, a living compass and a long-lived source of life and memory.
We understand these trees as symbols of the cultural and natural landscape. Of course, there are those who disagree, believing that trees will "make a mess" or "occupy important space." In an increasingly hot summer, however, everyone appreciates the shadow of these green giants. A car parked in the shade of a tree wins over a car parked on a hot street. The tree is a natural air conditioner, working for us completely for free.
Why plant trees
They are simply beautiful! They also have an invaluable effect on a healthy climate.
They capture dust and other harmful substances.
Throughout the year, they provide a unique home for many different small animals. Without them, neither birds or bees can live.
In the cities and countryside, they prevent the rapid outflow of water after heavy rains.
They can deal well with the CO2 which we are pumping into the air, and thus significantly warming the whole Earth.