Planting of trees began in Park Yauza in Moscow

Specialists of the Moscow city economy plant trees on plots in the Chermyanka river floodplain Chermyanki, which will become part of the Yauza Park, said the deputy mayor of Moscow in the Moscow government for housing and communal services and landscaping Pyotr Biryukov.

“The creation of Yauza Park is the largest improvement project in the capital, its total area will be over 350 hectares. The project is being implemented in several stages, resulting in the creation of the longest ecological park in Europe. We are currently planting large-sized trees that will decorate the new park and supplement the existing green spaces, ”said Pyotr Biryukov.

The Deputy Mayor also said that more than 1.1 thousand trees are planned to be planted before the end of 2021. On the section from Musorgsky Street to Dezhnev Passage, 429 trees will be planted: spruce, resist elms, birches, willows, maples and mountain ash.

planting almost 700 trees. Red oak, ornamental apple trees, spruces, white willows will prevail, “Biryukov said.
The head of the municipal economy complex said that the new trees are similar in species composition to the park's green spaces, adapted to climatic and urban conditions.

“In the spring, more than 6.6 thousand shrubs, including hawthorn, viburnum, Japanese spirea, lilacs, cotoneaster and mockweed, will be planted in the landscaped area of ​​the Yauza Park from Mussorgsky Street to Dezhnev Passage. More than 7.6 thousand shrubs will decorate the area along the Yurlovsky passage to Molodtsova street, ”the deputy mayor said.