Acorns City climate suitable Climate Warming Resistant Other trees (except oaks)
6.4.2024: Growing more climate trees

Lots of whirling in the “climate protection garden”. Trees are grown from seeds here. Buying acorns internationally. Special oaks, acorns and other seeds for collectors and plant enthusiasts. Many species resistant to global warming. Many climate trees. E.g. seeds of plane trees, pines, cypresses and more..

It is currently mid-season and sales will not start again until the fall. Today, for example, Castanea Sativa (sweet chestnut), cork oaks (Quercus suber) and sessile oaks are planted. It’s a lot of fun, and the species will survive even 1.5 degrees.

17.3.24: Sales season 1 almost completed, sales season 2 starting soon

Many acorns from different countries were sold to collectors. The remaining acorns are now gradually planted and grown. As soon as they are big enough, they are also sold. Between the rows of plants, beech seedlings provide a pleasant climate.

In some cases (for calcareous oak species) lime gravel is mixed into the soil substrate, and coffee powder for acidic soils. And a pair of storks live above the small tree nursery and are happy that it is growing and thriving.

Acorns City climate suitable
8.2.2024: Quercus palustris (swamp oak)

Quercus palustris (swamp oak) is a deciduous tree. In rare cases, it can grow up to 35 meters high. It is relatively short-lived and “only” lives to around 200 years (maximum).

It is originally native to eastern North America. As the name suggests, it can easily withstand several weeks of flooding. Its wood is often used for railroad tracks. Outside North America, the wood is rarely processed industrially due to its limited availability and very low distribution in the forestry industry. In Europe it is sometimes found in parks.


City climate suitable Climate Warming Resistant Other trees (except oaks)
3.2.2024: Cedrus libani (Cedar of Lebanon)

Cedrus Libani (Lebanon cedar) is highly resistant to global warming. It can grow to be over 1000 years old and up to 50 meters high.

The Lebanon cedar grows along the Mediterranean coast, in Lebanon and in parts of Anatolia. In Europe, the tree is predicted to have a golden future due to global warming.


Climate Warming Resistant Other trees (except oaks)
29.1.24: Pinus bungeana (Temple Pine)

Pinus bungeana (temple pine) is originally from China and Korea.

It grows as an evergreen tree and reaches heights of up to 25 meters. The trunk can have a diameter of up to 3 meters. Pinus bungeana likes limestone but also acidic soils. It often grows in the mountains.

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