What was done
A tree grows best in non-compacted soil. Previously, trees stood in lawns where they grew well. With trees in public spaces you have to deal with compacted ground beneath the pavement. A lack of space is also a major problem in the urban environment. The place that is available is almost always crossed by all kinds of cables and pipes.
The Tree Parker system ensures that the roots do not grow upwards and do not push up the square’s pavement. The root guidance panels guide the roots into the soil and give them all the space they need to grow. Also, relocating cables is not necessary when using the Tree Parker Cell System.