It’s hard to believe the year is flying by so quickly and after a super busy season on the nursery even after the start of the year that we’ve had, the year has flown by. Now we are into October and that to us means Tree Month. We have 45 acres of field grown trees and hedging along with a two acre mature tree display park, where our Specimen and Mature trees are displayed, mainly in airpots (which I will be doing a feature on in the coming weeks)
Rob our Field Production Manager has been hard at work, grading and monitoring our trees that are ready to lift this Read More
The mature trees we have planted in our own fields have been allowed to grow over a good number of years with the right amount of care, pruning and special treatment of their root structure. If the roots are allowed to grow too extensively, it will not only make the tree too hard to move, it will also mean the root structure is not as strong. Although this and some careful pruning does mean the head is not as big as if it was left to its own devices, this is to the benefit of the tree long Read More
My weekly ramblings from the nursery, mostly sheltering under a tree from the rain but there has been a lot happening on the nursery behind the scenes.