The main issue for selecting neighboring species is to have a better transition period.
The tree adapts itself, but when we transplanting the seedlings and move them to a new location for planting, they need time to move and with each other, they can adapt better.This family of A. subcordata C. A. Mey, Carpinus betulus, Quercus, Acer, and Fraxinus
This group includes A. subcordata C. A. Mey, Carpinus betulus, Quercus, Acer, and Fraxinus.
The members of this family are all sun-loving and can grow faster in the beginning and are leading. They prepare the environment for others, for example, A. subcordata C. A. Mey provides the environment for Carpinus betulus and Quercus, and Carpinus betulus provides the environment for Quercus. Acer is generally a hardy species and is easy to replace. Fraxinus seedlings are usually not produced and if they are produced, they are more resistant.
These groups help each other and are a good family.