Exploring Nature’s Wonders: Plants And Trees At Don Bosco Institute, Thecho, Nepal

Nestled in the heart of Nepal, Don Bosco Institute located at the northern end of the district of Lalitpur is a place where education meets nature’s beauty. While the institute is known for its learning, there is another amazing thing about it- the plants and trees that make it a green paradise. If you take a stroll around the institute, you’ll find yourself surrounded by many varieties of plants and trees.

Stepping into Don Bosco Institute, we are greeted by a sea of greenery. Walking through the pathways, we can spot beautiful flowers like bougainvillea, bull bay, bottle brush, poinsettia, rose, jasmine and so on spreading its sweet scent in the air. Likewise, trees such as camphor, pine trees, palms, maple tree, hedge, bayonet, umbrella tree and others provide not only a good look to the institute but also help to keep the environment balanced and provide fresh air to breathe. But it’s not just about looks and smells; there’s more to discover. Fruit trees like mango, guava, avocado, mulberry, plum, peach, pear, persimmon, grapes etc. grow here, providing tasty treats for everyone. These all flowers, trees and fruits are well labelled with their common name, local name and scientific name.

For students, the plants and trees are more than just pretty decorations. They’re learning tools! By studying them up close, students get to know about plants, how they grow, and why they’re important for our planet. So, the next time you’re at Don Bosco Institute, take a moment to appreciate the beauty of nature all around you. It’s a reminder that even in the midst of learning, there’s always room to stop and admire the wonders of the natural world.

 Don Bosco Institute, Thecho-12, Kathmandu, Nepal