The online map shows the exact positions of all the trees that are identified, as well as those found in public gardens and parks, which makes it an accessible public tool, sharing information with those who are interested in picking fruit and giving citizens the possibility to identify and locate new trees.

Continuously updated, the map is also be available on an App that will allow those with smartphones and tablets to find the trees that are closest to them, or find out which fruit is in season.

In addition to displaying important data on biodiversity and the botanical heritage, each species are linked to a page with more details, such as images, common and scientific names, dimensions, age, time of flowering and harvest, quantity produced, main nutritional properties and different types of use.