During this past summer, large branches broke off several old fruit trees.
Cherry tree on the side of the path
Cherry tree in the field:
INFO: Diese alten Obstbäume wurden vor Generationen von unseren Großeltern oder Urgroßeltern gepflanzt. Seit dieser Zeit haben sie viele Früchte getragen und Menschen ernährt. Auch wir wollen den nächsten Generationen durch neue Baumpflanzungen gesunde Obstbäume übergeben!
INFO: These old fruit trees were planted generations ago by our grandparents or our great grandparents. These trees have provided fruit and fed people over the years. By planting new trees, we would also like to pass on to the next generations healthy fruit trees!
Mixed orchards have a special significance in the Burgenland and are very common. Here you can still find a diversity of indigenous and old fruit varieties. Many plants and animals find their ideal habitat in this environment. You can find further information about mixed orchards in the Burgenland at the following link: www.naturschutzbund-burgenland.at/, or you can download or order a free brochure dated 27 March 2013.
“Day of the Forest” – “Tree Day” – “Tree of the Year” – World Exhibition EXPO in Milan
- International “Day of the Forest”: Saturday, 21 March 2015
- International “Tree Day”: Saturday, 25 April 2015
- “Tree Week” in Austria: Mid-June 2015; 24th calendar week, approx. 8 June to 14 June 2015
- “Tree of the Year”: Silver fir (Austria); field maple (Germany)
Which tree is it in your country?
- “World Exhibition EXPO 2015 in Milan: 1 May to 31 October 2015
Austrian Pavilion – “Forest for all Senses”, Austria Day on 26 June 2015
Which is the Pavilion of your country?