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March 21, 2021 12:09 pm

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In the parks and on the streets of the city, there are 14 species of willows and six species of maples.

There are at least 76 tree species in Moscow. We tell about them on the International Day of Forests, March 21.

According to experts from Mospriroda, in the capital you can find red and pedunculated oak, spruce and hornbeam, the highest ailanth, low, drooping and fluffy birch, tree caragana, large-leaved and heart-shaped linden. European larch, gray and black alder, Manchurian walnut, aspen, Siberian fir, three-leafed pteley, crown broom, pseudo-acacia robinia, common pine, western thuja, virgin bird cherry, Maak bird cherry, common and Pennsylvania ash grow on the territory of the city.

From fruit trees there are apricot and peach, quince, pomegranate and pear, home, cherry and berry apple, cherry, home and prickly plum. In addition, hawthorn, red and black elderberry, mountain ash, white mulberry grow.

There are 14 species of willows in parks and on the streets of Moscow. Among them are white, goat, brittle, Lappish, myrzin-leaved, holly, ashy, rod-shaped, purple, five-chained, three-spiked, eared, woolly shoots, Starke.

Poplar connoisseurs can find seven types of these trees (balsamic, white, deltoid, fragrant, laurel, simona, black). Six types of maples and four types of elms also grow in the capital.

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