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THE KIRI TREE
Fastes growing tree on earth.

KIRI TREE

The story of the Kiri tree

Originally the Kiri tree originated from Southeast Asia and is now cultivated in Europe as a decorative tree. It belongs to the plant genus of Paulownien in the plant family of Blauglockenbaumgewächse. In the middle of the 19th century he was introduced to Europe by the Bavarian botanist, nature and Japan researcher Philipp Franz von Siebold.

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What makes the Kiri tree so unique?

Originally the Kiri tree originated from Southeast Asia and is now cultivated in Europe as a decorative tree. It belongs to the plant genus of Paulownien in the plant family of Blauglockenbaumgewächse. In the middle of the 19th century he was introduced to Europe by the Bavarian botanist, nature and Japan researcher Philipp Franz von Siebold

Also for the climate and the environment is the Kiri tree of enormous importance. With its large leaves, it absorbs significantly more CO2 than most other trees - which is why it is often referred to as the lung of the cities. With their rapidly developing root system, the Kiri trees are extremely suitable for reforestation of areas threatened by erosion.

Thus, it is also ideal for regeneration of burned-down forests fertilize the soil. Due to the large amount of leaves after the fall of leaves, the leaves naturally.

Another advantage over many of their trees is that the Kiri tree is very resistant to pests and insects. He is also very adaptable and tolerant in terms of climatic conditions. Because of its many positive qualities, the Kiri tree is ideally suited for cultivation on plantations. It cuts out all other trees by delivering very good quality precious wood in a much shorter time and has a noticeably positive effect on the climate, as well as the air and soil quality

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Fastest Growing Tree

On our plantations in southern Europe, the Kiri tree is able to grow over five meters in one year and at the same time produces ten times more wood volume than an oak tree.

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Environmental Miracle

The Kiri tree is of enormous importance to the climate and the environment. With its large leaves, it absorbs significantly more CO2 than most other trees - which is why it is often referred to as the lung of cities.

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Unique Precious Wood

Aluminum among the precious woods. It is extremely light, very robust and, once dried, hardly absorbs any water - which makes it very attractive in shipbuilding.

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After 10 years of growth

Because of its many positive qualities, the Kiri tree is ideally suited for cultivation on plantations. It cuts out all other trees by delivering very good quality precious wood in a much shorter time and has a noticeably positive effect on the climate, as well as the air and soil quality.

Width after 10 years

10
 cm
OAK
10
 cm
BEECH
20
 cm
TEAK
40
 cm
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Up to 950% increase in value!

With the Kiri tree, you can easily gain 950% in 8 to 12 years while still protecting the climate.

Size after 10 years

2 m
 m
OAK
3 m
 m
BEECH
10 m
 m
TEAK
20 m
 m
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15,000,000,000 kilograms of CO2

... will be absorbed by our plantations every year. 5,200,000,000 kilograms are exhaled as oxygen.

CO2 absorption after 10 years

50
 kg
OAK
50
 kg
BEECH
50
 kg
TEAK
800
 kg
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The timber market is booming like never before. Lionstarter takes on the challenge and operates an environmentally friendly and fair wood production through the cultivation of own Kiribaum plantations.