Yearly Archives: 2016

Habitat hollows

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Habitat Tree

Habitat hollows are cavities that are formed in the trunk or branches of a tree. Hollows usually start forming due to insect damage or a fungal attack. This will create the hollow internally but access from the outside will usually …

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Trees in Canberra

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Canberra has long been referred to as a Garden City and Bush Capital in recognition of its surrounding land and urban forest which has been strategically planned over 100 years. The incredible range of species found throughout our city is …

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Significant and heritage tree management in Canberra

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Edkins St Downer ACT

When visitors arrive in Canberra the thing that strikes them is just how green and leafy the city is, adding another dimension to our ‘bush capital’. The planned metropolis was envisioned as a garden city by architect Walter Burley Griffin, …

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Caring for Trees in Long, Dry Heat

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Caring for trees in the heat

It has always been a challenge for gardeners and home owners to care for trees during Australia’s summer. Now, with periods of extended heat, it becomes most important to monitor your trees’ health and take steps to ensure their survival.

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