Plant a chestnut tree
You need to find a good, fresh and beautiful chestnut that is smooth and free from damage and soft areas. You can plant chestnuts in the garden. You put it in the ground with 3-5 cm of soil on top. They should be planted in a place where there is partial shade. Keep in mind that chestnut trees will be quite large - so it should be a place with plenty of space.
You can also plant chestnuts in the spring. Save a few of the most beautiful chestnuts for spring - they should be stored in sand in a cool place. For spring, put the chestnuts in a pot filled with soil and with the bright spot facing down. Cover the chestnut with 3-5 cm of soil and water it regularly. Your chestnut tree sprouts after 15-20 days. Plant it out when it has become too large for you to have inside.
In the spring, when the chestnut tree blooms, it sets beautiful flowers. The flowers are especially happy for the bees, from which they make lovely honey. The honey bees have had a hard time in recent years, so it is good to plant trees and plants that set flowers that the bees can live on.