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 Quercus, Parrotia persica, Buxus Hyrcania, Cerasus avium, and Sorbus torminalis
This group includes Quercus, Parrotia persica, Buxus Hyrcania, Cerasus avium, and Sorbus torminalis.
When the Fraxinus and Quercus trees have grown a little, in their shade, stabilize species such as Parrotia persica C.A. Meyer and Buxus hyrcana that are not sun-loving and help them to grow and have a good early transition period..