Tree is a symbol of home, history,
past and future at the same time. It
is so rich in meaning that it
certainly deserves o...
Italian poplars - these are slender trees with
branches put upright, leaves in a shape of a
triangle and pointed on the ti...
The most beautiful and oldest black poplar tree
is considered to be a natural monument. Its
age can be determined for 170 ...
Guelder Rose, as it is described in
one of the Polish folk songs, is the
tree with "the broad leaf"
standing by the deep b...
Malus, the apples
Apples have leaves which are from 5 - 10 cm long, ovate in a shape and with a
rounded base that is somet...
Black elder and white dogwood decorate
our park. White dogwood grows up to 2
metres. It has ovate dark green leaves,
which...
The northern red oak
The northern Oak reaches a height of 25 m. Its leaves have
smooth upper surface and are bright red in...
Sumac is a low tree with extensive upper branches. It
stem is leaning, leaves are dark green, feathery, in
autumn turning ...
Blue spruce
Bialowieska Street is separated from the park by a row of spruce trees, including blue spruce. It
has very sha...
Swedish whitebeam is a rare and protected
tree here in Poland, but really worth
attention. It grows in the wild only along...
In summer a small-leaved lime is fragrant, with golden flowers among which bees buzz.
Its stem has shoots at the base and ...
This is an alley of young Norway spruce trees. Spruces appeared in the
world many millions years ago, before Adam and Eve....
Walking through the spruce alley we come to the square
of the park.
In the middle European larch is growing. This is our o...
Willow
In the middle of a flower carpet a “weeping” willow grows. Probably the
prettiest and the most popular Polish tree....
Large-leaved Lime
Large-leaved Lime is bigger than
small-leaved Lime. It has a
thicker trunk and its crown is
wider and mo...
Our attention is drawn by silver and sycamore maples. They
are probably the most beautiful trees. Silver maple is
suitable...
Hawthorn
Hawthorn flowers and fruits, has been commonly used in folk medicine for a long time.
Nothing helped for tinnitus...
European Ash
European Rowan
Silver Birch English Oak
Authors of the descriptions:
Second grade students under the supervision of M.Sc. Anna Dolinska and M.Sc. Alina
M. Bartosz...
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Prezentacja drzewa angielska wersja

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  • 1. Tree is a symbol of home, history, past and future at the same time. It is so rich in meaning that it certainly deserves our respect. Perhaps not without reason, one of Polish folk stories says that the tree symbolizes human life. If we do not take care of it, the man will suffer harm, too. But if we look after the tree properly, our lives will also be happy. Beautiful trees grow here in Poland – let’s get to know them! Our trees
  • 2. Italian poplars - these are slender trees with branches put upright, leaves in a shape of a triangle and pointed on the tip. They bloom in April, earlier than other poplars. Without them, you cannot imagine the Polish landscape. They grow along our villages and roads, guard our homes.
  • 3. The most beautiful and oldest black poplar tree is considered to be a natural monument. Its age can be determined for 170 years. It is a magnificent tree with a circumference of 440 cm and a height of 23 m. The peculiar feature is its trunk split into three main branches at a height of 5 m.
  • 4. Guelder Rose, as it is described in one of the Polish folk songs, is the tree with "the broad leaf" standing by the deep blue stream. It grows in wet areas, by streams and ponds, and always individually, one by one without the company of the same species. It blooms white flowers and has a lot of fruit – berries of the spherical shape, which first are of coral colour and later turn into red.
  • 5. Malus, the apples Apples have leaves which are from 5 - 10 cm long, ovate in a shape and with a rounded base that is sometimes heart-shaped . The top of the leaves is abruptly tightened. At first flowers are pink, then white. In autumn they change into red apples.
  • 6. Black elder and white dogwood decorate our park. White dogwood grows up to 2 metres. It has ovate dark green leaves, which are paler underneath. It blooms in May and June with white flowers gathered in corymbs, decorating parks and gardens. White dogwood Black elder
  • 7. The northern red oak The northern Oak reaches a height of 25 m. Its leaves have smooth upper surface and are bright red in autumn. Since time immemorial the oak tree was sacred. Oaks were worshiped not only because of the impressive size and the vital forces, but also because of their power to attract lightning, and to give fire.
  • 8. Sumac is a low tree with extensive upper branches. It stem is leaning, leaves are dark green, feathery, in autumn turning it colour into orange - red. It looks really smartly in summer with cone-shaped red seedheads.
  • 9. Blue spruce Bialowieska Street is separated from the park by a row of spruce trees, including blue spruce. It has very sharp rectangular-shaped needles , which are blue-green in colour. Spruce is called smrek by Polish highlanders and it is irreplaceable in the Polish landscape. Spruces are allergic to dust, fumes, and all other air pollutants, as well as the heat. Nevertheless, numerous varieties of these trees decorate parks in Polish cities under the smoky sky. Blue spruce A row of Spruce trees
  • 10. Swedish whitebeam is a rare and protected tree here in Poland, but really worth attention. It grows in the wild only along the Baltic Sea coastline from Kolobrzeg to Gdansk. Whitebeam is rather a low tree and it can also be a shrub. Leaves are green above, and densely hairy with pale grey-white hairs beneath. It blooms in May and June. Its flowers are white, gathered corymbs; its ripe fruits are intensely orange-red.
  • 11. In summer a small-leaved lime is fragrant, with golden flowers among which bees buzz. Its stem has shoots at the base and is relatively short and thick. The crown is big and broadly ovate. Leaves are nearly round, cordate at its base, of a green colour at the top and blue-green underneath. It blooms yellow-white fragrant flowers in late June and July. ‘Lime is one of those symbols, those concepts that shape our Polishness’, confesses Julius Slovak in his "Journey to the East", thinking longingly about Poland.
  • 12. This is an alley of young Norway spruce trees. Spruces appeared in the world many millions years ago, before Adam and Eve. Spruce, together with fir and larch, is the tallest tree in our woods, reaching about 50 m in height. It has a roller-shaped stem and smooth reddish bark, which later changes into grey-brown. The crown is tall, cone-shaped and dense. Spruce needles are short, dark green, glossy, prickly, and its cones are large and golden brown. Spruce tree has always been a wonderful tree, distinguished among other trees by its height, the majestic beauty and vital forces. Norway spruce
  • 13. Walking through the spruce alley we come to the square of the park. In the middle European larch is growing. This is our only conifer that sheds its leaves in winter. The larch leaves are soft needles with a length of 2 - 3 cm. Larch blooms simultaneously with the development of needles in April or early May. Male flowers are yellow, always pointed to the bottom; the female flowers are cone shaped and always faced upwards. Cones vary from roundish to overlong, approximately 4 cm in length. On hot summer days larch gives off resin that is used in folk medicine to heal wounds caused by frostbite.
  • 14. Willow In the middle of a flower carpet a “weeping” willow grows. Probably the prettiest and the most popular Polish tree. This species is native to Europe. It has a spreading crown of long, thin, flexible, yellow, overhanging branches. Dominated by male flowers, which make a tree look yellow at the time of blooming.
  • 15. Large-leaved Lime Large-leaved Lime is bigger than small-leaved Lime. It has a thicker trunk and its crown is wider and more extensive. It got such a name thanks to the leaves, which are indeed broad, two times larger than leaves of small-leaved lime.
  • 16. Our attention is drawn by silver and sycamore maples. They are probably the most beautiful trees. Silver maple is suitable for planting in cities as the trees grow very rapidly, are resistant to air pollution and are not afraid of cold. It isn ’t known when and why the opinion that the sycamore is a patron of lovers was formed. Anyway, throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries it was considered to be their patron. "The poet of the heart", Franciszek Karpinski, in the famous love lyric mentions a girl named Laura. She is very much in love and rushes to the meeting with her beloved one, who ’s waiting under the sycamore.
  • 17. Hawthorn Hawthorn flowers and fruits, has been commonly used in folk medicine for a long time. Nothing helped for tinnitus better, than infusion from dried hawthorn flowers. Today we can buy hawthorn potions in chemist’s, often with valerian, which help cure cardiac disorders. Excellent pharmacist Jan Muszynski advised everyone who had problems with liver to "grind the fruit of hawthorn, wild rose and rowan - after the first part, dissolve a tablespoon of this powder in half of a glass and when you have aches to drink this with small gulps... "
  • 18. European Ash
  • 19. European Rowan
  • 20. Silver Birch English Oak
  • 21. Authors of the descriptions: Second grade students under the supervision of M.Sc. Anna Dolinska and M.Sc. Alina M. Bartoszuk. Zespół Szkół im. A. Mickiewicza 17 – 100 Bielsk Podlaski ul. Mickiewicza 126 The Presentation was made by Angelika Młodzianowska and Diana Ciepłucha from class IIB. The translation was done by M.A. Anna Lachowicz.

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