What we do for the environment (plants and animals)

For several years now we have been telling and divulging everything we know and like to tell about plants, flowers, events, gardens and floral journeys. In recent months we have decided to do something more and to make our small contribution to the environment we all care about.

  1. With the first adoption we "hugged" a one year old Tasmanian devil. After a couple of months of waiting, here are photos and documents attesting to the adoption of Ossie Pickett.

The Tasmanian devil is a carnivorous marsupial that you can only find in Tasmania. The Tasmanian devil can only reproduce once a year and what endangers its species is a particular facial cancer which, in the 1990s, reduced its population by 85%.

 

Following this national emergency, a species protection program was established, of which the Devils@Cradle sanctuary is also part. The program is called "Save The Tazmanian Devil Program".

Tasmanian imps are currently considered endangered.

2The documents in digital form arrived much faster from New York, after the adoption of an Echinacea from the High Line gardens. The certificate shows the approximate location of our plant. Here, however, our article on these beautiful gardens.

If you wish to participate in our other projects dedicated to the environment, do not hesitate to write to us, we will be happy to talk about them and share them with you. We will continue to contribute to the protection of the environment in any case.Or you can support our projects directly on this page

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