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Tree Removal Services

Is it time to remove that tree?

If a tree on your land is looking troubled, you might be considering removing it. There are many reasons to remove a tree, including ill health, structural damage, or because it gets in the way of your property. However, you may be wondering if the tree can be saved or if removal is your only […]

Tree Removals

Is your Tree and Weed Poisoning Causing Widespread Damage?

When faced with a yard full of weeds or weed poisoning, a stubbornly solid tree stump, a knee-jerk reaction is to tip poison over the lot! Although this can certainly give the short-term result required (fast death!), it can also have a number of unexpected and unwanted longer-term consequences. If you were about to get […]

Australian Native Bees

Save our Australian Native Bees

Our bees need your help! We are lucky here in Australia to have over 1500 different species of Australian native bees. Not only do these helpful little creatures make great honey, but they are also a key part of the ecosystem, providing nutrition for a variety of other animals and birds at the same time […]

Caring For Your Trees

Caring For Your Trees When The Weather Is So Uncertain

Caring For Your Trees Caring for your trees is vital. From chilly days during the warmer months through to prolonged dry spells, high winds and unusually long periods of high temperatures. The weather has certainly thrown up a few surprises over the past few years. Unfortunately, unlike us humans who have the advantages of virtually […]

Tree Care

Tree Care From The Beginning

Do you want the trees on your property to enjoy a long, healthy life? If you do, therefore it’s never too early to start pruning them correctly. Many people wait until trees have been growing for decades before deciding to give them a trim. The right pruning early on can help to minimise the risk […]

Chinese Elm

Identifying and Removing Chinese Elm trees

Do you have a Chinese Elm tree on your property? If so, you’re potentially harbouring an environmental hazard! Chinese Elm, which has many other names.  These include Chinese Celtis, Chinese Hackberry, Celtis, Hackberry, Chinese Nettle-tree and Japanese Hackberry.)is a highly invasive tree species which isn’t indigenous to Australia. Originating from East Asia, these trees are […]