The life conditions for urban trees are very different from those in their natural habitat.
A tree growing in a forest environment:
A tree growing in the city:
The trees in the city are exposed to many dangers, often become a threat themselves
The shallow root system of a tree planted in the surface, makes the tree unstable.
Lack of access to air and water and inability for roots to grow deep into the soil destroys surfaces.
Complete restoration of natural conditions for trees in the city is not possible, but to a large extent it is possible to increase their chances for stable, normal development through professional design and implementation of plantings.
Greenleaf Arbor System has been on the market since the 1990s. It is used where tree plantings are made in harsh concrete surroundings, where trees are exposed to wind, road salt and vandalism. It is indispensable in places where tree roots encounter compressed soil, are forced to compete for space with numerous utilities and, once they manage to develop a root system, run the risk of being maimed by someone digging an excavation or renovating a side walk.
The Greenleaf Arbor System is also a protection of all types of foundations, paving and utilities below the ground against damaged caused by tree roots.
The materials from which the individual components of the system are made are resistant to external factors, durable and not susceptible to rust.
The individual elements of the system can be used separately or as a complete set.
System components are made of recycled materials.