Out in the woods, they live small furnaces that help the animals and tease the people. They are very angry with the people who throw waste in the wild and spoil their lovely forest and therefore they tease them. Together with the animals, they live peacefully and if they can help them find food or a place to live, they do it. All wood-burning stoves have Latin plant names, so everyone in the world understands their names.
The motifs on the cards are:
Ulmus = elm - he is interested in fire and the resin of the trees.
Calluna = common heather - she warns a fox puppy about not eating human waste.
Trollius = globe flower - he builds birdhouses for his friends, so they can stay safe and warm in the cold winter cold.
Pinus = pine tree - he throws with cones from spruce and pine trees for people who have thrown waste into the wild.
Malus = apple - he is ready with food for the hungry animals.
Anemone = anemone - she loves Christmas and all the animals in the forest. She helps find that the animals have something good to eat.
Avena = oat - she loves to cook and always gets help from the sweet cat Felicia.
Chamomilla = chamomile - she is a little doctor-shrub who helps animals that have been injured and cares for them on the old mill's ceiling.
The cards are printed at a Swan-labeled company and made from environmentally certified FSC paper.
The envelopes are made of eco-friendly eucalyptus paper.