Every native forest patch has its own bio-diversity constitution. Various forms of life and ecosystems thrive and evolve in that dynamic space in the absence of human intervention. So, when it comes to recreating indigenous biodiversity patches, which is critical in restoring the ecological balance, we need to start with selecting native tree species. Hence, the significance of PNV (Potential Natural Vegetation) in the Miyawaki system. We could say, creating indigenous biodiversity hotspots is the essence of this method, which is far beyond merely planting some trees. Thus Miyawaki method’s blueprint has a greater purpose of facilitating sustainable life in its myriad forms and levels.