What relationship can there be between the archipelago's green matrix and its inhabitants? How do the mapped subjects identify with the characteristics of the plants growing in the area?Following a study carried out on 25 plant species, agronomist Fabio Porta has chosen three adjectives easily attributable to human society to represent the "character" of the different species. Each mapped organisation was asked to identify with a species of their choice from the following.

Mountain maple
dynamic
energetic
sociable
Apricot tree
classic
methodical
scented
Birch
flexible
determined
refined
Calendula
lively
lively
jovial
Hornbeam
resilient
introverted
elegant
Castagno
strong
generous
multifaceted
Chickpea
strict
strong
determined
Watermelon
surprising
original
traveller
Beech
majestic
elegant
aristocratic
Bean
demanding
loquacious
productive
Ash
vigorous
unpredictable
combative
Wheat
rich
generous
altruistic
Sunflower
sunny
carefree
generous
Buckwheat
essential
tolerant
modern
Horse chestnut
exotic
powerful
unexpected
Corn
jovial
sociable
dynamic
Apple tree
wise
altruistic
cheerful
Hazelnut tree
sensitive
prolific
early-rising
Walnut tree
shy
elegant
generous
Peach tree
cheerful
anxious
extroverted
Pea
untidy
generous
laconic
Blackthorn
spontaneous
fascinating
sour
Plum tree
unpredictable
indipendent
determined
Dandelion
explorer
health-conscious
energetic
Pumpkin
generous
emancipated
pleasure-loving

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