One tree produces enough oxygen every day for 15 people and binds 12 kilograms of climate-damaging carbon dioxide every year. A tree provides shade and protects us from storms. A tree has strong roots and is home to many animals and insects. A tree shows age and dignity, has scars and nests and often accompanies us all our lives. By planting your tree you give life.
- 100% natural product
- Made from environmentally friendly, biodegradable materials
- No plastic
- Repotting not necessary
- Breeding pot from the yurt
- Tree seeds: beech (red beech)
- peat-free earth from coconut substrate
- Manual (in German – free downloadable manual available in English in the FAQ)
Take the seeds out of the bag. Fill drinking glass with 2dl lukewarm water. Put the seeds in it for 24 hours.
Place the square yurt sack on a saucer (leave compressed soil in the yurt sack).
Pour 300ml lukewarm water into a yurt sack and watch the coconut earth swell. Press the yurt sack a little from all sides to allow the soil to swell completely. Make sure that the soil is completely moist. If necessary, add some more water.
Remove the seeds from the drinking glass and drain. Press 3x holes with a depth of 1 cm into the soil with your finger and put 1 seed in each hole. The holes should be 2-3 cm apart.
Find a location with natural light.
Add some water every day to keep the soil moist but not wet. Touch the earth. Trust your instinct.
Planting a tree is one of the easiest and most powerful things you can do to have a positive impact on the environment. Here is a description of what is in the tree cube:
Profile - Red beech
Beech is native to all of Central Europe. After the last ice age about 4’500 years ago the book immigrated to Europe. Under natural conditions, most of Central Europe would be covered with beech or mixed beech forests.
- Latin name: Fagus sylvatica
- Plant family: beech family
- Occurrence: anywhere in Europe
- Tree species: deciduous tree
- Age: up to 320 years, average age 150 years
- Height: up to 40 meters, occasionally even higher
- Root: spreading shallow root
- Bark: silver-grey, smooth, often grained
- Leaves: green or red (copper beech)
- Leaf shape: ovoid, wavy, only slightly sawn
- Leaf size: 5 – 11 cm long, 3 – 8 cm wide
- Flowers: inconspicuous, male flower long-stemmed, female flower with a short stem
- Flowering time: April to May
- Fruits: beechnuts, brown fruit shell with 2 – 4 nuts
- Fruit ripeness: from September
Attention: beechnuts (Buchsamen) are slightly poisonous and cause nausea and vomiting when consumed. Do not consume!