As usual in every spring season, Al-Kafeel Nursery Group at the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine welcomes the spring with a large and diverse group of seedlings, plants and trees, some of which enters the country for the first time and that are appropriate to the environmental circumstances of Iraq and the climate change. Most of them grew up in this nursery, in a step to limit the important, which is the approved method of the most civil nurseries.
The official of Al-Kafeel Nurseries Group of the Service affairs Department at the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine; Mr. Mu'ayyad Hatif Mohammad explained to Al-Kafeel Network: "Our work is ongoing and continuous throughout the year, according to a specific schedule, but the spring has its specificity, so we prepare its coming early and before several months, by the multiplication operations thae have been conducted for a number of plants in an experienced technical method inside the greenhouses, according to the sizes and ages and in a coordinated and organized way, caring for its watering and control, contributing to distinct vegetative production."
Adding: "The vegetation diversity and the introduction of all that is new and appropriate to intensify it locally is one of our goals. The nursery worked with all its potential and expertise for this goal, and this spring it brings out more than 7 hundred thousand plants and seedlings with various kinds and forms, such as the seasonal plants, perennial plants, landscaping trees, permanent seedlings and shadow plants, including: Petunias, chrysanthemums, mesembryanthemum, adder's eye, zinnia elegans, Calendula Officinalis, Marigold, royal Ester, Gazania, Royal Aster, Rosa Bracteata, Ficus Benjamina, Egyptian Acacia, Fistula Acacia and others. The nursery also produces the Dutch Cynodon Dactylon, which is characterized by its permanent green colour in summer and winter. The nursery is also providing fruit trees such as citrus fruits, figs, pomegranates, apricots, grapes and others."
At the end, Mr Mu'ayyad invited all municipal departments in Iraq to visit the nursery to see its production, as it is ready to provide them with what they need in the landscaping of the streets and side-walks, mid-streets with suitable species for the Iraqi weather at subsidized and competitive prices that are much less than the import.