A world without trees and other plants? If you’re having a hard time picturing that, let us give you a glimpse of this disaster scenario and how to prevent it.
We’re on a mission
Want to improve your quality of life?
Get your hands dirty and plant something.
That’s right, putting trees, flowers or shrubs in the ground doesn’t just provide you with beauty and shade, it can also improve your property value, lower your energy costs, clean the air and water–
even lower your heart rate.
Here are the reasons why you should
Greener Is Cleaner
One tree can remove 26 pounds of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere annually, equaling 11,000 miles of car emissions.
When you plant a tree or plant, you get plenty more than just pretty flowers and leaves. While standing there looking gorgeous, flowers, trees and grasses are also busy doing janitorial service on the environment. In urban and suburban settings, vegetation helps reduce storm water runoff, decreases pollutants and suspended solids in surface water runoff, and reduces sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, ozone, carbon monoxide and particulate matter from the air.
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Where are you planted?
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