Siika Koski Arboretum

Siika Koski Arboretum

In 1986, two tree enthusiasts started planting acorns by the Siika rapids of Kymin River. Today, 80 species of trees and woody shrubs can be found in the Siika Koski Arboretum within its area of about 4.5 hectares. Species include Koreanpihta (Abies koreana) and Japaninjalopähkinä (Juglans ailanthifolia) just to throw in some Asian mix.

It was a very refreshing walk and to be one with nature. At this time, Kielo, which is the national flower of Finland, are in full bloom, covering a large area of the arboretum. I can imagine how beautiful this place is covered in Autumn colours. I can’t wait to see it!

All photos by Ari Vitikainen at https://www.arivitikainenphotography.com

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