Scopri la vita segreta degli alberi Gli alberi ci somigliano molto più di quanto pensiamo. Quello che per molti è solo un bosco, è in realtà una comunità molto ben organizzata e coesa. In questo libro scoprirete che gli alberi sentono il dolore, hanno ricordi, sentimenti, parlano tra di loro e si prendono cura dei propri figli. Peter Wohlleben, celebre guardia forestale, grazie alla sua esperienza e agli studi durati una vita intera ci introduce alla vita nascosta degli alberi, portandoci in un mondo che mai avreste immaginato: gli alberi sono esseri sociali. Nei boschi secolari gli alberi si aiutano e si sostengono a vicenda come una vera e propria comunità, sono molto uniti tra di loro, tanto da condividere in momenti estremi il cibo, soprattutto con i vicini più in difficoltà.
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I do recommend reading this book, even though I have given it only two stars! Remember two stars is a book that is OK! Read it for the new and interesting information it contains. The book reports up-to-date information about the complex, symbiotic networks underlying communication between trees. It Leggi tutto
3.75★ If a tree falls in the forest there are other trees listening. The first time I fell hard for a tree was in the Sequoia National Forest standing at the base of General Sherman. I was always a treehugger in my head but at that moment I was literally a treehugger. If you’ve never gazed up at one Leggi tutto
Q: Trees are very social beings, and they help each other out. (c) If even 10% of this is true, we live in a mode diverse world than we ever imagined. Wood-wide-webs, allowing social interation between trees. Trees in friendship, feeding, hugging and warning each other. Trees having sense of taste an Leggi tutto
As humans, daft creatures that we are, we are predisposed to look at where the action is. Swift movements, loud noises and bright colours capture our attention. Maybe this stems from our primitive instinct for survival, allowing us to spot the dangers darting in our general direction. Or it could be Leggi tutto
“An organism that is too greedy and takes too much without giving anything in return destroys what it needs for life.” ― Peter Wohlleben, The Hidden Life of Trees Peter Wohlleben has written a beautiful book on trees. He captures the imagination and translates his vision well. Like many science books Leggi tutto
You can read this for the science or, like me, for how it helped me see. We are always in need of books that part the curtains of the familiar, the stuff we walk around and take for granted. In this case trees, all around us, the beings who help us breathe. It turns out they compete and cooperate an Leggi tutto
Peter Wohlleben has written a wonderful little book about trees. He is a forester; he manages a forest in Germany. He must do a wonderful job, as he has amazing insights into the life of trees and tree society. Did I say society? Yes, trees communicate with each other, nurture their young, and aid th Leggi tutto
Tolkien was right. Trees live in the sloooooow lane (imagine healing a skin wound over decades) but what lives they lead! They have incredible social networks, share food, rear children, and care for the ill. Yes, there's some anthropomorphization here, but still... When evolution has figured out how Leggi tutto
“When you know that trees experience pain and have memories and that tree parents live together with their children, then you can no longer just chop them down and disrupt their lives with larger machines.” This is an extremely emotive book and it does wonders at humanising trees and maki
My father’s father was a legendary grafter of trees. So I was told. He died a few years before I sprouted so I never knew him. But my father, who had a sense of wonder at the way things worked, learned the art; and so, I was able to see a peach tree that had one branch full of plums; and he grafted Leggi tutto
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