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Staff Feature: Beven Ndemera

We thought it was high time that our readers get to meet the incredible team here at Just Trees. So once a month we’ll be featuring a different staff member and this month we start with Beven Ndemera! 32 year…
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Trees at Work: Shade & More

You may have noticed on our social media platforms some information regarding the ways in which planting certain trees in specific places will not only transform a landscape, but also make significant impacts on buildings and the people who live…
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Nursery News: Interview with Mark Hattie

We caught up with Mark Hattie, this year’s recipient of the Just Trees Scholarship through ILASA, to find out a little bit more about this aspiring landscape architect! Maybe you could start with telling us a bit about yourself: where…
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Tree Heroes: Dame Judi Dench

I’m not sure I know anyone who actively dislikes Judi Dench and it’s no surprise, she’s a brilliant actress, charming, classy and as it turns out, a tree-lover too! Perhaps you saw a trending video on your newsfeed of the…
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Just Trees – 2017 In Review

As we settle in to the new year here at Just Trees, we thought we’d take a brief look back at 2017, which began with our biggest export to date as we shipped 250 x 1000L trees off to Dubai…
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Something Tells Me Van Gogh Really Liked Trees

Regular readers of the Just Trees Blog may wonder (or perhaps not) who writes this stuff? Well, the answer I do. My name is Nicola and amongst many other things, I write the words you read right here on Treeification….
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What We’re Reading: Why We Love Trees by SLA

We recently came across this fantastic little online booklet produced by the wonderful people over at SLA, a Copenhagen and Oslo based design company that works specifically in the fields of landscape architecture, urban design and city planning. With eye-catching…
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Nursery News: Treeification

If you’ve been following this blog, perhaps you’ll have noticed a small change… We’ve changed the name of this blog to Treeification because we think we have finally found a term that sums up the ethos and driving force behind…
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