Information about selecting, mulching and watering trees.
Last updated February 04, 2013
The social, economic and environmental benefits of trees in an urban streetscape.
The benefits and limitations of mulch for trees.
How Council arborists assess street trees for root damage.
A basic approach to tree pruning techniques.
Suitable tree species for Boroondara help us ensure a sustainable streetscape.
How Council arborists assess trees for preservation near vehicular crossovers.
References to help expand your knowledge of tree care.
Ways to manage thirsty trees in a dry climate.
How to choose the right arborist for your needs, be it tree planting, pruning or removal.
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