On October 1, representatives of the library named after F.M. Dostoevsky and school number 21 named after A.M. Dostoevsky, territorial administration of Krasnoperekopsky and Frunzensky districts, city TV channel. Two three-year-old oak trees grown in the Summer Garden of St. Petersburg were planted near the school. They are included in the register of hereditary honorable seedlings. The Dyadkovo microdistrict of the city of Yaroslavl will now appear on the interactive map “All-Russian oak grove of Peter the Great” on the site “Gardens of the Russian Museum”.

Planting oaks in the year of the 200th anniversary of F.M. Dostoevsky is dedicated to the celebration of the 120th anniversary of School No. 21 and the Dostoevsky Family Day, the 100th anniversary of the inclusion of the Dyadkovo microdistrict within the city of Yaroslavl, the 100th anniversary of the F.M. Dostoevsky.

Many thanks to everyone who raised and delivered the seedlings to Yaroslavl, as well as to those who took part in planting them and will take care of them.

Every autumn in the Summer Garden there is a collection of acorns from Peter the Great’s Oak – a monument of wildlife. The established age of the tree is 363 years. Three-year and four-year-old seedlings are subsequently planted in various cities of Russia.