Another tree planting campaign was held in the Central Botanical Garden of ANAS on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev.
The action was attended by the Vice-President of ANAS, academician Irada Huseynova, heads of scientific institutions of the Department of Biological and Medical Sciences, employees of the Central Botanical Garden, as well as media representatives.
First, in the Garden was acquainted with the state of the large-scale landscaping work, which began in October of this year.
During the familiarization, the works of the sycamore garden “Prezident Çinarlığı” were also inspected, where 60 oriental plane trees were planted dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Supreme Commander-in-Chief Ilham Aliyev.
The Vice-President of ANAS, Academician Irada Huseynova noted that the Central Botanical Garden was established in 1934 with the aim of carrying out landscaping works in Baku, as well as collecting and creating collections of plant samples from Azerbaijan and other countries.
Academician I. Huseynova highly appreciated the opening of the sycamore garden “Prezident Çinarlığı” in the Central Botanical Garden, dedicated to the 60th anniversary of President Ilham Aliyev, and on behalf of the scientific community congratulated Mr. President on His birthday.
Then the General Director of the Central Botanical Garden, Natig Allahverdiyev, informed about the works on landscaping and reconstruction. He said that currently the Central Botanical Garden, in addition to preparing various collections, is also conducting scientific research on medicinal plants.
N. Allahverdiyev added that as part of the reconstruction work, which will be carried out in stages, a collection of tea has also been created in the Botanical Garden. For this purpose, tea trees were brought from the Lankaran region of Azerbaijan and planted in a specially designated area of the Garden.
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