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December 6, 2021, 15:56

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More than 1,100 trees are planned to be planted in the park this year.

In two areas in the floodplain of the Chermyanka River, which will be part of the Yauza Park, trees have begun to be planted. This was announced by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Housing and Communal Services and Improvement Peter Biryukov

“The creation of the Yauza park is the largest landscaping project in the capital, with a total area of ​​over 350 hectares. The project is being implemented in several stages, resulting in the creation of the longest ecological park in Europe. We are currently planting large-sized trees that will decorate the new park and complement the existing green spaces, ”he said.

The deputy mayor said that more than 1100 trees are planned to be planted this year. A total of 429 trees will be planted on the section from Mussorgsky Street to Dezhnev Passage – spruce, resist elm, birch, willow, maple and mountain ash.

“We have started planting large trees on the site along Yurlovsky passage to Molodtsova street, almost 700 trees are planned to be planted here. Red oak, ornamental apple trees, spruces, and white willows will prevail. The age of the seedlings is from 10 to 20 years, the height is 2.5–5 meters, the girth of the trunk reaches 25 centimeters, ”noted Pyotr Biryukov.

He said that the new trees are similar in species composition to the existing green spaces of the park. All of them are adapted to our climatic zone and difficult urban conditions.

The head of the municipal economy complex added that more than 6.6 thousand shrubs, including hawthorn, viburnum, Japanese spirea, lilacs, cotoneaster and mockweed, will be planted in the spring on the landscaped area of ​​the Yauza park from Mussorgsky Street to Dezhnev Passage. The territory along Yurlovsky passage to Molodtsova street will be decorated with more than 7.6 thousand bushes.

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