Urban Forest Generally

Our Best Urban Native Tree

Posted on 12 March 2015 in Urban Forest Generally

When you are next driving through an established part of Sydney, Melbourne, Newcastle, or any of our other major eastern centres (particularly just after a storm), look around you and note the trees that look to be the healthiest, the bushiest and make the greatest positive contribution to the urban landscape.... Keep reading

Are we too pernickety about our urban trees?

Posted on 29 October 2013 in Urban Forest Generally

It has been suggested to us by some growers that the standard for trees set by the NATSPEC specification is too high and that trees really don’t need to be that good. ... Keep reading

What sized tree to plant - the concept of “The Practical Minimum”

Posted on 22 July 2013 in Urban Forest Generally

To achieve tree planting objectives there is a minimum sensible size a tree should be – “The Practical Minimum”. This is determined by... Keep reading

Hills Fig - Tree or Hedge?

Posted on 24 June 2013 in News, Urban Forest Generally

Hills Figs are, of course, magnificent trees; especially where space allows them to grow without constraint.... Keep reading

Why Buy Only the Best Available Trees?  For the Following 5 Reasons.

Posted on 5 June 2013 in News, General Quality Issues, Urban Forest Generally

To buy 'cheaper' trees in the hope of saving money is a false economy. As with all things, better quality means greater reliability and reliability will always reduce expenses and risk...... Keep reading