Nature has names around us, so it would be great if we knew those names. The Central Park, for its part, contributes to this and puts up signs. Of course, the Central Park does not compete with the Botanical Garden, but a kind of small primer of shrubs and trees could be open here as well.
There are so many different shrubs growing in the Central Park that it is like a handbook of urban nature
- Count how many different shrubs you can find in the park!
- Berberis thunbergii et al.
- Spiraea x cinerea et al.
- Physocarpus opulifolius et al.
- Forsythia x intermedia et al.
- Collection of decorative shrubs in the city center
“These are admirable. And to start a smart conversation about the benefits of gazing over grafting.”Vahur KalmreELECTION COALITION FOR TARTU