Together with the community, the proprietor committee and proprietors, the service center of Hangzhou Lansong’aofu organized the tree planting on March 11th. To further diversify the flower colors and fruit varieties, the service center and the proprietor committee selected over 20 seedlings including China rose, peach trees, Japanese maple, and hawthorn trees, among which the China rose and Japanese maple were personally offered by Yang Jun, the deputy director of the proprietor committee.
16 families, mostly three-member but also two-child families, participated in tree planting that very day. Every link of tree planting including cleaning up the environment, digging holes, planting, straightening up seedlings, and watering requires a lot of manual work. But the tree planters were energetic and enjoyed the pleasant tiredness brought by tree planting. The kindergarteners were very excited first experiencing tree planting and wished the trees to grow up quickly while watering. “They will grow into big trees when you are grown up,” said a property management worker. Nothing’s better than seeing children planting, watering, and hanging nameplates with their parents. The proprietor committee planted a hawthorn tree and a peach tree, both of which are poetic and carry people’s yearning for a better life.
Quzhou Chunjiangyue also answered the “A Trace of Green for Asian Games” call on the same day. With saplings and tools prepared by greening workers beforehand, over 60 saplings of loquat trees, Osmanthus, red tip Photinia, and others. Children were a big part of the tree planting team and were very active yet concentrated despite their young ages. Greening workers guided the whole course and reminded to stamp the soil and water the saplings to the full to help them survive.
The property management staff and over 30 proprietors of Jinhua Golden Landing planted around one thousand mondo grass, supporting the Asian Games and adding luster to the common home with their environment protection efforts. “The seedlings should be aligned both vertically and horizontally, and the roots should be fully covered by soil so that they can better get nutrition from the soil ,” said a proprietor when talking about the planting experience passed down by his father when he was young. Both tree planting and educating are missions that require efforts of generations and carry the same wish of sturdy growth.