Hibaku trees: the trees that survived the atomic bombings/Nature tells us with no ideological standpoint about war atomic bombs peace nature and the environment - Dr. Chikara Horiguchi 原爆にも耐え生きる被曝樹木/自然は戦争 原子爆弾 命 ネイチャー 環境などをイデオロギーに関係なく語ってくれます - 樹木医堀口力 Grow your hibaku tree: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Portland, Oregon: Aija Kanbergs's Hibaku Platanus, Japanese Plane tree has grown to be a beautiful tree!
Hi, Hiroshi - somehow I missed all the opportunities for including my tree (a Japanese plane tree) in exhibits/photos. I got it in early 2011 at the Portland Japanese Garden. Here are some photos of its life so far.
We get a lot of rain here, and the front yard faces south. Also, I think the tree is among friends. Behind it there is a Chinese dogwood, Cornus kousa, and there is a diversity of wildflowers, bees, and other insects. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to participate in this important project. In peace, Aija Kanbergs Portland, Oregon