3 indigenous South African forests

you should know about

South Africa is home to numerous indigenous forest that need to be protected. Getting to know them is one step towards preserving their existence.

Read More published - 2 days ago

A forest reborn

How Biotree is helping the Platbos Forest thrive

The Platbos indigenous forest is home to tree species that are over 1000 years old, which isjust one of a number of reasons why Biotree has stepped in to support the forest’s existence.

Read More published - 1 week ago

Erythrina Lysistemon

Find fortune with the lucky bean tree

The striking lucky bean tree is for anyone who has a deep appreciation for nectarbirds and historical isiZulu culture.

Read More published - 2 weeks ago

Bolusanthus Specious

The marvellous tree wisteria

Bolusanthus speciosus, also known as Tree wisteria or Elephant Wood, is not only a species that’s indigenous to South Africa but is well known for its striking cluster of blue-purple or white flowerswhen it blooms in spring.

Read More published - 3 weeks ago

WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY

#WITHNATURE

This world environment day is about creating the world's largest photo album of nature!

Wherever you are today, snap a photo of the nature in your environment and post it using #Worldenvironmentday and show us how you are #withnature

Read More published - 3 weeks ago

6 reasons why you should choose

a biotree urn

Not sure about getting a Biotree Urn? Here's 6 reasons why you should.

Read More published - 3 weeks ago

Treemendous partnerships

Greenpop and Biotree.earth

We often hear of how partners should help each other grow, well in this specific case those values take on a very literal meaning in the partnership between Biotree.earth and Greenpop.

Read More published - 4 weeks ago

Preparing your Biotree Urn

A step by step guide

Do you have a Biotree Urn but you're unsure how to prepare it? We've got you covered with our easy 5-step approach.

Read More published - 1 month ago

HOW THE MORINGA TREE

BECAME AN UNLIKELY HERO IN LIMPOPO

In the Tooseng village of Limpopo, a group of women are planting Moringa trees to support their impoverished communities.

Read More published - 1 month ago