Usefulness and services of the tree :
Features and characters of the individual
This tree is also known by some as the ‘double oak’ due to its enormous twin trunks. They soar straight up, in search of light. Their size and height is impressive. However, this tree is not as well-known as the Joséphine oak, its neighbour, which admired by all as the veteran of the region. This ‘double oak’ lives in the woods, close to a strange, abandoned pavilion at the edge of the railway. Its powerful roots point out in all directions. They undoubtably come close to the roots belonging to its older neighbour. The branches of the two biggest oaks in the region must skim past each other without touching, as if out of respect or modesty. They communicate both through the air and through the ground below the forest. We don’t quite catch their messages to each other though.