Without doubt the best tree farm I’ve ever visited.
~ Brisbane Landscape Architect – 2009
Your trees are as close to perfect as I have seen.
~ Visiting Senior American Landscape Architect - 2010
Trees Impact is the only supplier whose trees we never need to send back.
~ General Manager - Major City Landscape Contractors - 2011
Because compliance with NATSPEC is the key driver for them, my clients are keen to buy from you.
~ Designer / Arborist, City Council - 2012
Your Ficus obliqua are some of the best trees I have planted in the last 28 years.
~ Senior Arborist, Major City Parkland - 2013
This has to be one of the best tree farms in the world.
~ Visiting Associate Professor, Kansas State University - 2013
The Trees Impact Group is recognised throughout Eastern Australia as the only truly specialised growers of large containerised domestic and civic trees, especially Australian native species.
Tree professionals are charged with the task of ensuring that the trees installed into our urban landscapes have the resources they need to thrive and be safe for the long-term. But, they are also frequently asked to install root barriers so that the developing roots will not adversely impact on nearby engineered structures. ... Keep reading
Diameter at Breast Height (DBH) is an important descriptor of tree size and bulk. When making decisions in a number of situations, it is important that we can estimate what the DBH might be when the tree has matured.... Keep reading
Urban soils are generally disturbed, often compacted, and the soil chemistry is commonly less than ideal – so it is often not much use to trees. However, in urban situations the amount of soil trees can access is critical to their long-term success. If existing soils are not suitable (or not available), we need to provide some that are.... Keep reading
When you invest in new trees, you don’t just want them to survive – you want them to thrive. Of course, new trees need water and most short-term problems are linked to inadequate, excessive, or inefficient watering.... Keep reading
The following table gives suggested water application rates, frequency, and duration based on the best information available. It’s important to remember that these and actual water needs will vary according to a range of site conditions and species. Please also remember these suggested rates are broad estimates only. Always carefully monitor the trees in your project(s), paying particular attention to drainage and leaf droop, and vary as needed.... Keep reading