Our Christmas trees are fighting climate change.
“Artificial trees are more environmentally friendly, because we don’t cut down trees from our forests! ” This phrase I hear very often. However, it is a mistake - Don't be confused! We hear from everywhere that the current state of the environment is alarming. We cannot cope with plastics and waste. Let's not produce more waste for Christmas! Don't buy artificial trees made from petrochemicals.
Our natural Christmas trees are definitely an ecological choice.
Christmas is the time when our Christmas trees make you happy and the needles give a wonderful smell to the whole apartment. You can enjoy it and you do not create any problematic non-biodegradable waste after Christmas.
There is an empty space after the tree is felled. What about it?
In the spring, new trees are always planted - even on the empty space left behind your tree, we will plant a new tree to became a green lung of the earth again and to fight climate change.
For 10 years they have been beneficial to our planet, for one month they have been happy as Christmas trees.
The tree is planted on a plantation where it grows slowly and no chemicals are used to grow it. It has been growing for 10 years in an area that would otherwise be free of trees, and protected the soil from erosion. It binds CO2 for 10 years, cooling the planet and producing oxygen for us to breathe. 10 years of growth provides living space for animals such as birds and insects. After 10 years of growth, the most beautiful trees on the plantations in the summer are labeled and then cut.
They have been growing for 10 years in the plantations, they have not been cut in the forest.
What about trees that did not receive a label during the summer? They are used for greenery. You can make a beautiful, fragrant wreath, or decorate a Christmas table with greenery.
The more you buy our trees, the more plantations there will be and we reduce the effect the climate change. Our planet is also thankful for this feat.