In this video, M. R. Hari presents his own Miyawaki flower forest to prove to sceptics that it is possible to harvest success in this field. His 18-month-old flower forest in a one-and-a-quarter cent of land hosts more than 150 plants belonging to 25 different species. The healthy growth of the plants and the appearance of flowers is proof that crowd-foresting at the rate of four saplings in a one-sq. metre-segment of land will trigger faster growth, and attract birds and butterflies which, in turn, will cause new seeds to appear, and thus thicken the forest further.
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