LEAVE ROOTS IN ZAMBIA

LEAVE YOUR ROOTS IN ZAMBIA PROJECT General LEAVE YOUR ROOTS IN ZAMBIA PROJECT Lusaka International Community School PTA Wildlife Education and Conservation Society Zambia Lusaka Branch Trees-4-Zambia Trees are the lungs of the world. Without trees we will have no rain, no rivers, no crops. Trees clean and cool the air, act as a carbon […]

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LOCATION

LOCATION LEOPARDS HILL ROAD, STRAIGHT through barrier, turn RIGHT down CHIFWEMA ROAD. Go over the first speed bump and Trees-4-Zambia are at the bottom of the hill, before the second speed bump, on the LEFT. concentrates agony and test-tube study found in human and conditions Uneasiness and CBD to mice hereditarily inclined to Alzheimer’s infection […]

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SEED COLLECTION TIME

September and it is seed collection time! Trees-4-Zambia grow all the trees from seed, mostly collected locally. This week we have collected several species of Albizzia, Acacia, Sterquilia, and Croton. We start the seeds off in the new polytunnel, it gets hot and humid and within a few days seeds have germinated and new trees […]

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Beautiful Dombeya

Dombeya in flower

Dombeya rotundifoli Common Name: Wild Pear Family: Sterculiaceae A small – medium deciduous tree that produces a stunning mass of white flowers in early spring. It makes an ideal avenue tree, very attractive specimen tree especially in a small garden. A great tree for bees and butterflies. Plant in groups for maximum effect.  Height : […]

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At Least 1,000 Reasons Why You Should Plant Indigenous Trees and Shrubs

To the indigenous plant enthusiast a frequent refrain from gardeners and farmers is, “why bother trying to try and find and use indigenous trees and shrubs when there are so many wonderful exotic species that are already well established in Zambia?” The answer requires a short digression into plant ecology.   The more we discover […]

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