The Beech Tree
With its nutrient-rich humus, the beech is considered the mother of the forest.
The Beech in the Tree Family
The beech tree is called "mother of the forest" by the foresters with good reason because it is a miracle cure for poor soils. The beech provides an excellent humus formation and establishes deep, nutrient-rich soils for its neighboring trees and forests. But that is not all that this good mother does for her forest. Their powerful roots intricately penetrate into deep layers of earth and their firm anchoring also protects the flat-rooted spruce from the violence of storms and floods.
Beech trees on hot days evaporate incredible amounts of water, up to 200 liters per day and thus balances and improves the forest's climate. They are one of the largest energy reserves in European forests. They protect against storm violence and lend defense mechanisms against insect bites - a source of great vitality. With its clear, maternal energy, it compliments the primordial power of the oak.
Its Importance for our Soul and Health
Mothers of many children know that there isn't only one way to perfection and happiness. They do not see the mistakes and weaknesses in their children, but instead sees them as valuable lessons of life. They only see the good and the beautiful, and they rejoice in all that is heartfelt and affectionate, which is theirs in their children. Like such, anyone who appreciates these characteristics should surround themselves with natural beech wood flooring and furniture. The miraculous presence of the beech tree brings a combination of protection, beauty, and order.
Despite these distinctive features, the quiet, reddish beech wood is always elegant and never obtrusive. In the mixed forest, the beech also communicates well and amicably in the apartment as processed wood with all other tree species and cohabitants. The beech is best harmoniously combined with almost all other types of wood - hence why our dowels which connect the layers of wood is made of beech.
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