Monsoon & Plantation

By July 15, 2019Blog, education, School
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The rainy season is worshiped & the most celebrated season in India. The monsoon in India gives our crops water, cools our environment & gives the country relief from the intense summer that precedes.

The plants look beautiful in the season of Monsoon.

Aparnaa world school, being the best boarding school in western Odisha, has a tradition of planting tender plants at the start of monsoon. This tradition of ours helps us to keep our environment clean & healthy. The collection includes all kinds of trees, shrubs & plants.

Following are a few plants & their benefits:

Bottle Palm: Bottle Palm is also known as Hyophorbe lagenicaulis, is an attractive palm tree. The tree can grow to a height of 10-12 feet. The best feature of the tree is its arching leaves that can grow up to 10 feet, as long as the tree. They are suited for the warm climate like in Jharsuguda, Odisha, India.

They are lined in front of the entrance gate of Aparnaa World School, Jharsuguda, India. After they have fully grown, they will add to the beauty of the school.

Bottle Palm trees in the makeshift nursery for the time being. They will be shifted to their desired place after the trees are acquainted with the soil.

Mango Plants: The mango trees are the evergreen plants, which means that they remain a green whole of the year. They are tropical trees and can grow up to 35-40 meters, in height. Mango trees are reputed to live around 300 years, with the evergreen leaves it to produces oxygen like no other. It keeps the air rich in oxygen & bears the tasty delights, mangos.

These trees will clean the air in the school to keep the students healthy. These trees will do it for a whole of the year & decades to come.

Guava Plants: Like the mango trees, the guava trees are also evergreen. Slightly smaller in comparison to the mango trees, they are reputed to live for decades. These trees make the environment clean & hygienic. These tropical plants give us the Guava Fruit, one of a kind fruit that is cultivated all over India in every season.

These tropical trees will keep the air rich with oxygen. It can do it for the whole of the year & decades to come.

Collection of all the plants in our school.

Ficus Plants: Ficus Plants also know as Ficus Benjamina, mainly grows in the tropical forest ecosystems. Being a tropical plant it remains a green whole of the year. The Ficus Plants are considered auspicious in most of the world religions, symbolizing fertility.

These plants can grow into trees & with their evergreen property will produce an ample amount of oxygen 24×7 & 365 days. They will also add to the beauty of the school’s gardens, motivating the students towards a greener world.

Golden Dewdrop Plants: Golden Dewdrop also known as Duranta Erecta is a species of flowering shrub. They are native to South America & Caribbean. They are also known as Pigeon Berry or Skyflower. They are one of the most beautiful flowering plants in the world bearing orange berries & pretty blue flowers.

They are lined beside the pathways, to lighten the mood of people walking by them.

Golden Dewdrops Plant.

Tecoma Plants: These plants are also known as trumpet bush, because of their looks. They are shrubs or small trees with very beautiful yellow flowers. They come in the vine family of plants, which means that they are creepers & they look really beautiful on the school premises.

The Conclusion:

The plants are an important part of our ecosystem & we at Aparnaa World School, respect that. We plant all these trees to help our ecosystem, environment & atmosphere. Following are the benefits of the mentioned plantation drive:

-They provide an oxygen-rich environment.

-They increase the beauty of the school, in turn keeping the students mentally sound.

-They take down the ambient temperature of the school.

-At last, they help in reducing the carbon footprint of the school.

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