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“The maquilishuat are beautiful, but you have to plant lemons, mangoes, avocados”: Navarro to Bukele – elsalvador.com

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In a recent interview, Salvadoran environmentalist Yolanda Navarro emphasized the importance of planting fruit-bearing trees like lemons, mangoes, and avocados in addition to the iconic maquilishuat trees. Navarro noted that while the maquilishuat trees are undeniably beautiful, it is crucial to also prioritize planting trees that provide sustenance and benefits to the community.

Navarro’s statement comes as the stunning maquilishuat trees bloom in the center of San Salvador, impressing locals and visitors alike with their vibrant colors. The maquilishuat tree, also known as the national tree of El Salvador, is known for its stunning display of pink and orange flowers.

Meanwhile, President Bukele has recently issued an order to the Ministry of Public Works to plant more maquilishuat trees throughout El Salvador. The initiative aims to enhance the country’s green spaces and promote biodiversity.

As El Salvador continues to focus on environmental conservation and beautification efforts, the balance between planting ornamental trees like the maquilishuat and fruit-bearing trees like lemons, mangoes, and avocados remains a key consideration for experts like Navarro. Ultimately, the goal is to create a sustainable and diverse ecosystem that benefits both the environment and the people of El Salvador.

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