Of the 40,000 and more trees in Geneva, some warrant special attention. Their specific characteristics make them essential elements of the arboreal heritage of Geneva. The parks and gardens department invites you to discover 150 trees scattered along six educational walks.
Six education walks take you through the city to discover 150 trees.
Some of them are remarkable from a historical standpoint, such as the Lebanese cedar in the Parc Beaulieu (planted around 1770), while others are highly unusual, such as the ailanthus in rue Saint-Léger, a tree which germinated on its own between the wall and the pavement. Others stand out through their size, their shape, their botanical characteristics or their environmental value.
- Walk from the Parc Barton to the Square du Mont-Blanc (A)
- Walk from the Parc des Cropettes to the Parc Trembley (B)
- Walk from the Parc Geisendorf to the Parc des Franchises (C)
- Walk from the Place du Cirque to the Jardin Anglais (D)
- Walk through the Parc Bertrand (E)
- Walk through the Parc la Grange and the Parc des Eaux-Vives (F)
Article modifié le 02.06.2020 à 11:39