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Ficus Trees Placed in the Central Atrium

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The fully grown forty year old ficus trees were flown in from Holland.  The trees were brought to the Arab Organizations Headquarters Building on trucks from the airport.

 

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Because of their large size, a crane was used to hoist the trees.   Workers helped to position each tree as it was lowered into place.
treesit2.jpg (22975 bytes) Once in the Central Atrium, the trees are positioned in gravel using hydroculture.  Since there is no soil around the trees, their nutrients are supplied in the water.  Their under floor pots are regularly turned to prevent any natural tilting towards the sunlight from the Glass Wall.

 

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Exterior Entrance Library Pre-function Hall
Conference Tunisian Room Damascene Room Atrium Prayer Room Mamluk Room
Meeting Room Bridge Reception Offices Crafts

 

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