LIMU Enhances Campus Beauty and Sustainability with 70 Poinciana Tree Plantings

More than 70 Jacaranda trees of the Poinciana family were planted today, Friday, June 7, 2024, in the area opposite LIMU, which previously had kiosks in them before being removed.

Soon, these Poinciana trees will bloom with their vibrant, evergreen colors, gracing the university’s skyline and creating a picturesque scene for onlookers and a shaded area for those who rest beneath them. A fountain will rise among them, adding a new lush green space to beloved Benghazi.

This effort is part of the university’s policy to care for the environment and promote the culture of greenery and growth, reflecting the values of the university, which celebrated World Environment Day just yesterday.

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