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Growing fruit trees in your backyard has many benefits. Firstly, they create a lovely shady place to relax or for the children to play under. This will save them getting sunburned and possibly developing skin cancer in later life. Secondly these trees look beautiful. Not only do they spend several weeks of the year covered in pretty blossoms, but after that the developing fruit looks attractive for months. Their leaves are quite attractive and the shady branches give birds somewhere to rest and cool off. Trees play a significant role in our environment. This message has been highly touted by environmental activist groups for more than a decade now, and its popularity continues to grow, as does the group of those who ascribe to its valuable message. But trees need not only be a rural treasure. There are significant benefits to incorporating a notable tree population into urban areas, too. For this reason, many homeowners, community businesses, and municipalities set aside a portion of their annual budget to create and maintain landscaping. And as this practice has grown, benefits of doing so have been studied and brought to light.
This informative article sent by Multani Girl Hina Malik. Hina is studying from Multan University. She likes trees and gardening.