My Short Take On The Book The Hidden Life Of Trees

This Peter Wohlleben’s work will significantly change the way people would look at trees again. The writer has described them with human feelings and this makes the book thoroughly enjoyable. Throughout the book Peter has talked about how trees communicate, nurture each other and also help their fellow trees when ill or upset.

One of the most engaging chapters in the book is the one where the trees are seen warning the nearby ones about a possible attack on them. Peter Wohlleben talks in detail about how the neighboring trees release toxins and terpenes. The release of these help in protection from stress.

One of the other engaging chapter is the one where the writer talks about the slow growth of the tress and how they live a long life. The mother tree makes sure that the child tree does not grow fast while at the same time providing good nutrition.

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