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Melbourne’s remembrance monument lone pine demise

September 12, 2012

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Melbourne’s remembrance monument lone pine is located at the Shrine Reserve. We are saddened to say that the outcome was not as we hoped and the tree was removed in late August 2012. Symptoms evident on the tree back in May led to the intitial diagnosis of the disease Diplodia Blight (Diplodia pinea syn. Sphaeropsis […]

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Christmas Forest in Melbourne City Square

December 9, 2011

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Melbourne’s City Square has been transformed with a magical forest maze of lush trees, nutcracker soldiers, an interactive story book, giant presents and of course the traditional nativity scene. In consultation with the City of Melbourne, Tree Logic placed up to 20 large, living Hoop Pines in a forest maze with a centrepiece Christmas tree […]

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You just can’t keep a plant in a pot forever

June 21, 2011

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Case Study – Coles Building – Hawthorn East The Coles  head office complex in Hawthorn East has long been held up as one of the finest examples of planter box and on-slab planting in Melbourne. Time and time again, Landscape Architects have given evidence in VCAT, stating that planter box and on-slab planting is possible. […]

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Assessment of historic trees at Callan Park

April 9, 2011

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Tree Logic was commissioned to survey another significant site in Sydney, which involved the assessment of historic trees. Tree Logic has previously assessed the trees in Centennial Parklands, the Royal Botanic Gardens and The Domain (in 2006). Tree Logic also assessed the trees at The Rocks and Darling Harbour (in 2007) for the Sydney Harbour […]

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Docklands project comes to fruition with Norfolk Island Pine

April 9, 2011

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Docklands project sees the avenue of  Norfolk Island Pines finally being planted. Early in March, Tree Logic was onsite at Harbour Esplanade with consultants Brown and Tompkinson, BKK Architects, Taylor Cullity Lethlean and Cut & Fill to witness a long and extensive project take shape. Steve Frank explains why the Norfolk Island Pine was the […]

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Canberra’s Urban Forest Renewal Program

June 8, 2010

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ACT Government – Parks, Conservation and Lands Developed a methodology and GIS application to audit and inventory Canberra’s urban trees.  The refined methodology was adopted by the client and will be used to determine priorities for urban tree renewal; with consideration to risk, amenity, and on-going management of urban trees.

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