Rushing towards the end of the lifting season

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As the end of March approaches, it is time to bring a close to our lifting season.  Being a field grown tree nursery, we grow all our trees in the ground and dig them up during the winter months when they are dormant.  This normally starts in October, however, the timeline can vary as some […]

An exciting tree project close to our hearts

Tree project

Whilst visiting South Africa recently Philip was keen to visit the masterminds behind the charity Sustainable Ceder.  He met the two people who set up this fantastic charity and who are giving back to the local landscape previously destroyed by human intervention. The tree project goes along way to restore this. The Cederberg Mountain Range and […]

Winter Pruning

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Winter, perhaps the most picturesque of seasons, captivates us with its frost, rain, and snow, seamlessly transitioning from one scene to the next. For us it is also our busiest time of year, filled with planting and digging up trees for despatch. Despite the hustle & bustle of winter, Philip enjoys nothing more than patrolling […]

Rewilding update

rewilding field update

The rewilding journey Three years ago, we embarked on a new journey – an experiment if you will. Leaving a piece of land that was a challenging steep terrain (chosen for this reason) to its own devices, to see what nature had in store, driven by a curiosity to see natures plan without human intervention. […]