When was the last time you planted a tree?

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When was the last time you planted a tree?

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Last week i plant 48 trees plant in our local forestry land. Our social working team plant 600 trees .

This is really amazing. You are an earth hero. Can we please see some photos of your tree planting?

I planted a peach tree more than a week ago.

This is awesome and please keep planting for future generations

Few weeks ago I planted 4 coniferous trees (from all over the world). The only thing I don't really like....they all grow pretty slow :P

oh oh and that's why a wise man said "he that plants a tree, loves not himself but others". The trees may not grow fast and be big for you, but future generations will definitely enjoy you fully grown and mature trees.