Ginkgo Labyrinth is a unique ecological project aimed at uniting people to promote environmental friendliness, reforestation and conservation of wild forests, relict and endangered plants.
The Labyrinth Park in the shape of ‘endless knot’ symbol is to host 10.000 Ginkgo biloba trees. The Park will be symbolic of our collective endeavour towards life in harmony with our habitat and its rich and diverse ecosystem.
We organise training and educational events in schools, city libraries and at online conferences to raise public awareness of the threat the forests are currently facing.
Ginkgo biloba trees colonised our land over 250 million years ago, which makes them resistant, sustainable and valuable species for our forests able to save them from potential extinction. To these ends, in our nursery we grow Ginkgo seedlings with a view to distribute them far and wide.