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Acacia pendula (Weeping Myall)

May 30, 2012

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Acacia pendula (Weeping Myall) is a long-lived wattle that has tolerances and aesthetic qualities well worth considering for contemporary urban landscapes.   Origin Northern Victoria, through NSW plains to Southern QLD. Widespread in inland areas. Habitat Small evergreen, narrow to spreading, pendulous tree up to 12m in height. Long-lived wattle. Description Phyllodes are flexible, 5-8cm […]

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Air Spade exposes tree roots in Woodend

May 30, 2012

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Jack Balsamo is part online canadian pharmacy viagra of the Logical Tree Management crew. He and Peter Frank were down in Woodend the other day doing some root investigation with the AirSpade®. Watch here as Jack explains some of the reasons why the AirSpade is such a useful piece of equipment. The AIR-SPADE® is a […]

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Pistacia chinensis (Chinese pistachio)

March 6, 2012

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Pistacia chinensis (Chinese pistachio), a small deciduous round headed tree that has upright branching.  Growth rate is moderate. Family Anacardiaceae Origin Central and Western China, Taiwan. Habit Small deciduous round headed tree that has upright branching.  Growth rate is moderate.  Trees at maturity can reach between 6-10m in height and 5-8m in width. Description Foliage […]

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Removing a tree using Tree Biomechanics best practice

February 20, 2012

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Tree Biomechanics is the mechanical study of trees. Trees are structures and must obey physical laws just like buildings no prescription online pharmacy and bridges. A basic understanding of how physical laws apply to trees and arboricultural practice is critical to improving one’s arboricultural knowledge. In this video Mick Tracy, Manager of Logical Tree Management […]

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Christmas Trees in Australia

December 9, 2011

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Most Australian Christmas traditions have predominately derived from our British heritage, as well as European influences and later the American commercial influences. The tradition of the Christmas tree in Australia has its roots in Victorian England when Queen Victoria and her German Prince, Albert, popularized its use in England during the mid nineteenth century.  The […]

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Brachychiton populneus Kurrajong

December 9, 2011

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The (Kurrajong) Brachychiton populneus is an under utilised Australian native species that has high drought tolerance coupled with an attractive broad-form that provides good shade coverage.  The Kurrajong definitely has a role to play in contemporary urban landscapes. Origin Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Northern Territory Habit Modest size evergreen, broad domed tree of 12 […]

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