Zitate aus „The Hidden Life of Trees“ von Peter Wohlleben

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b7129997734hat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Jahren
fairy tales of trees with human faces, trees that can talk, and sometimes walk.
Ivan
Ivanhat Zitat gemachtvor 9 Monaten
Life in the slow lane is clearly not always dull.
b7129997734
b7129997734hat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Jahren
fairy tales of trees with human faces, trees that can talk, and sometimes walk.
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b5832205031hat Zitat gemachtvor 2 Monaten
The trees don’t want to take anything away from each other, and so they develop sturdy branches only at the outer edges of their crowns, that is to say, only in the direction of “non-friends.”
MM
MMhat Zitat gemachtvor 6 Monaten
One of the oldest trees on Earth, a spruce in Sweden, is more than 9,500 years old
The reason trees share food and communicate is that they need each other. It takes a forest to create a microclimate suitable for tree growth and sustenance. So it’s not surprising that isolated trees have far shorter lives than those living connected together in forests.
One of the oldest trees on Earth, a spruce in Sweden, is more than 9,500 years old. That’s 115 times longer than the average human lifetime.
Olga Chypurko
Olga Chypurkohat Zitat gemachtvor 16 Tagen
The answer is that trees need to communicate, and electrical impulses are just one of their many means of communication.
takes the lesson to heart
Tori
Torihat Zitat gemachtvor 18 Tagen
radioactive cesium, which was found in soil even before the nuclear reactor disaster in Chernobyl in 1986, is mostly found in mushrooms.
Tori
Torihat Zitat gemachtvor 18 Tagen
Fungi are in between animals and plants. Their cell walls are made of chitin—a substance never found in plants—which makes them more like insects. In addition, they cannot photosynthesize and depend on organic connections with other living beings they can feed on.
Tori
Torihat Zitat gemachtvor 23 Tagen
Don’t parents want their offspring to become independent as quickly as possible? Trees, at least, would answer this question with a resounding no
Tori
Torihat Zitat gemachtvor 24 Tagen
Every five years, a beech tree produces at least thirty thousand beechnuts (thanks to climate change, it now does this as often as every two or three years, but we’ll put that aside for the moment).

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Tori
Torihat Zitat gemachtvor 24 Tagen
Birds that gobble the tart fruit make random deposits of seeds wrapped in their own little packages of fertilizer.
Tori
Torihat Zitat gemachtvor 24 Tagen
it takes no more than a few days for the seedling’s tasty new leaves to end up in the deer’s stomach.
Tori
Torihat Zitat gemachtvor 24 Tagen
TREES MAINTAIN AN inner balance.
Tori
Torihat Zitat gemachtvor 24 Tagen
“A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.”
Tori
Torihat Zitat gemachtvor 24 Tagen
The survival of the fittest? Trees would just shake their heads—or rather their crowns. Their well-being depends on their community, and when the supposedly feeble trees disappear, the others lose as well.
Tori
Torihat Zitat gemachtvor 24 Tagen
a tree can be only as strong as the forest that surrounds it.
Tori
Torihat Zitat gemachtvor 24 Tagen
beeches are capable of friendship and go so far as to feed each other.
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