Palm nursery was created in Sochi

Palm nursery was created in Sochi

It is located in the village of Nizhny Buu, Lazarevsky district of the city. Palm trees of various varieties are grown here from seeds collected at the resort. This ensures phytosanitary control. This was announced by the head of Sochi Alexey Kopaygorodsky.

- In the urban gardening strategy, the main emphasis is placed on local planting material. In Sochi, the number of nurseries where trees and shrubs are grown is growing. At the site in Nizhny Buu, more than three hectares of land have been given over to palm trees," the mayor of the resort said.

Eight thousand plants from this nursery have already been planted on the streets of Sochi. The areas involved are planned to be doubled.
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