Busy in the process and nearly finished with a really cool fly over video of the nursery and as far as i know the first and only one to have done it as a nursery in the country.......watch the others follow suite. These are just some of the photos taken at the same time, the video will be available next week.
I recently attended a very informative two week course in commercial and domestic irrigation design. The course is run in conjunction with the LIA -Landscape Irrigation association and is a pre-request to being a member. In having to brush up and dust off some some old skills it was not only informative but challenging in that it ends in having...
July saw us planting some substantial pin oaks with the help of trees sa. This involved, selecting, co-ordinating, digger loaders, deliveries and crane trucks - something of a challenge.
A great option to use as a hedge and or screening is a bottle brush. Here are a couple of samples of a hedge I came across in Somerset West. I keep passing it on Irene avenue andfinally stopped to get a pic. This is the Callistemon endevour, a much better one that the commonly planted weeping bottlebrush.Trims easy, fast...
Ending off March has been a busy month planting up new trees. Here are a few photos of the team in full action where over 2000 trees were planted and new growing bays put in.
You gotta have rocks, we have a new batch of rocks available at the nursery. These are fantastic sculpture speciemens all ready to place and use in your landscape designs. Very few landscapers appreciate the value rocks will bring to their designs, this is mainly as a result of no or very limited supply.