Two reasons to cut down the trees in your garden

There are a number of reasons why you might want to cut down some of the trees in your garden. Read on to find out what these reasons are. Your house was built on clay soil If your house was built on clay soil, then it may be worth paying a tree removal professional to cut down the trees in your outdoor space. The reason for this is that clay is an expansive soil. [Read More]

2 Advantages of Tree Stump Grinding Over Other Removal Methods

Once a tree has been cut down, you may be left wondering what to do with the unsightly stump on your property. Ideally, you should have trees cut down by professional arborists or loppers and negotiate a package that includes stump removal so you don't have to worry about it. But if this isn't an option, you'll want to know how to remove the stump as quickly and painlessly as possible. [Read More]

Fabulous Feijoas! How To Prepare The Ground For Feijoa Tree Planting

From feijoa jam to just eating the fruit raw, there is plenty to love about the feijoa delicacy. As one of the over 500,000 New Zealanders now living in Australia, you are keen to plant a feijoa in your back garden so you can grow the fruit you loved so much while growing up. Before you head down to the nursery to buy a tree though, there are several steps you need to do to prepare the soil. [Read More]

When Trees Meet Ponds: What to Consider When Building a Pond Near Trees

A garden that can accommodate both a pond and a healthy and vibrant tree is the ideal setting in which to relax and unwind during the spring and summer months. However, when planning to build a pond in your garden, you need to be aware that trees and ponds aren't always compatible. For example, tree roots can sometimes break through pond liner putting the lives of your fish at risk and ruining all your hard work. [Read More]