Among the more than 40,000 trees in Geneva, some of them deserve special attention. Their particular characteristics make them essential elements of Geneva’s tree heritage. The Parks and Gardens Service invites you to discover some 300 trees in the company of the PARCS GENEVE educational app.
Some trees are remarkable from a historical standpoint, such as the Lebanese cedar in Parc Beaulieu (planted circa 1735), while others are highly unusual, such as the Himalayan birch in Parc Bertrand with their bright white bark. Still others are outstanding by their size, their shape, their botanical characteristics or their environmental value.
The Genève en Poche app offers you the chance to discover them through rewarding educational walks in situ or from the comfort of your sofa.
Article modifié le 26.01.2023 à 09:29