Pedro Martin Ureta, a 70-year old Argentine farmer from General Levalle, has used 7,000 cypress and eucalyptus trees to make a giant guitar in memory of his late wife, Graciela, who expired in 1977, when she was only 25. He discussed with a number of landscapers, but none of them were interested in such a daring try, so the farmer just had to do it himself.
Planting the tree guitar required a family effort. His kids would stand in a row, three meters apart, and the farm hands would plant trees in those exact spots, after which they re-formed the line in another position and more trees were planted. Most of the guitar, including the body and star-shaped hole were designed using cypress trees, as for the strings the bluish tones of eucalyptus trees were used.