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The Just Trees App

Preparing for a landscaping project? Envision what kind of tree you’re looking for at the click of a button with our Just Trees mobi site app. Here you will find all of the information you need; from what type of…
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Dubai Shipment – Just Trees

In October and November of 2016 we exported 175 No. 400L Acacia trees and 96 No. 1000L Acacias all the way to UAE, Dubai to the Nad Al Sheba Safari Park. As you can imagine, this was no easy feat!…
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Daniel Rebel Landscape Architects & Just Trees

A bit of insight from one of our clients, Daniel Rebel Landscape Architects, into what a landscape architect does, why and how they chose their trees from Just Trees and the difference that trees can make to a space. Take…
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Journey of a Tree

In less than 3 minutes this video captures the first 10 years of a container grown tree’s life, from its humble beginnings as a sapling in our nursery to its final planting at a new landscaping site. No matter how…
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Greenpop Planting at Hague Primary School

One of the things we do here at Just Trees is try give back where we can and contribute to greening our communities. This is why we’ve been supporting Greenpop for a while now by donating various indigenous trees to…
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Tree Heroes: Greenpop

To us, Tree Heroes are people who are doing incredible work to give back to nature and the world around us through planting trees and greening our world. Greenpop is one such organisation doing exactly that. We have been working…
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Fighting coastal erosion with the TetraPOT

By Emile Uys, originally published here at DesignIndaba.com. With ocean levels on the rise, how do we protect our seaside towns? Beach-side towns across the globe are facing the mounting natural threat of coastal erosion. Rising sea levels paired with…
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Types of Trees: Quercus palustris (Pin Oak)

Writer Hal Borland said in A Countryman’s Woods, “The pin oak pleases me for reasons I cannot wholly explain.” Although we understand his sentiment, we can find several reason as to why this tree is so pleasing! The Quercus palustris…
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Trees at Work: Christmas Trees

Since we are (quite) interested in trees here at Just Trees – we can’t help but notice the interesting phenomena that occurs towards the end of every year whereby families bring a tree into their house and decorate it. The…
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Tree Heroes: Wangari Maathai

Another serious Tree Hero who we admire deeply has got to be Dr. Wangari Muta Maathai, Kenyan Nobel Peace Prize winner and founder of the Green Belt Movement. An incredible woman with countless accolades and achievements, she was the first…
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