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Tree Heroes: Ecosia

Today’s Tree Hero is not what you’d expect! Ecosia is a search engine that uses their ad revenue to plant trees and aid with tree planting projects from all around the world. To date they have planted over 10 million…
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Types of Trees: Syzygium guineense (Waterpear)

The Syzygium guineense is a popular choice for landscape architects, especially if they require an indigenous species. Also known as the Waterpear, this beautiful evergreen has a variety of features that make it a wonderful addition to different landscaping projects…
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Updated .PNG’s for Landscape Architects

If you’ve looked at our website recently, you’ll notice a small change under the ‘View Pictures’ tab (where you can find current photos of the trees we have in stock ). A small change to some, but a big and…
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Trees at Work: Small Trees

Sometimes size does matter! Today we’re looking at small trees and their uses in landscape architecture and landscaping sites. There are times when a smallish tree is exactly what’s needed to fill a space, create continuity of line, soften a wall…
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Cape SALI Selected Supplier of the Year Award (2016).

In 2010, South African Landscapers Institute (SALI) introduced the Cape SALI Selected Supplier of the Year Award. By inviting their Principal Members to select and nominate their top three selected suppliers, SALI not only recognises the quality service, hard work…
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Types of Trees: Trichilia emetica (Natal Mahogany)

The Trichilia emetica is a majestic evergreen hardwood that is indigenous to Southern Africa and can be found in KwaZulu Natal, all the way through Swaziland, Mpumalanga, Limpopo and up through northern tropical Africa. This large tree is just as…
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Tree Heroes: Lloyd Maanyina

Another inspiring individual that we here at Just Trees consider to be a Tree Hero, has got to be Lloyd Maanyina, a fellow nursery manager from Livingstone, Zambia and one incredible man who is doing his part to transform the…
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