Our policy of root pruning at each stage of potting testifies to our commitment to root ball quality. For many years we have used the NATSPECguidelines to inform our production and maintenance programs.
Our commitment goes even further.
Andreasens Green is actively involved in research and development of better guidelines and practises industry-wide, such as the development of the current Australian Standard AS2303:2015 ‘Tree stock for landscape use’, which is aimed at ensuring that trees conform to known standards that recognise the specific physiology, structural attributes and performance under different climate regimes.
Andreasens nursery sites, tree stock, and experienced staff assist in continued research and are actively involved across the industry, as well as investing time and money in quality product and processes.
All of Andreasens staff, from 1st year apprentices to management, are consistently engaged in ongoing training in best trade practices for growing and maintaining trees in containers. Proud of a ‘continual improvement’ culture, Andreasens encourages staff to continually look for ways to improve quality and processes; particularly conformance to the AS 2303:2015.
Advanced trees play an important role in many projects, helping to provide an established look to the landscape. Andreasens Green staff takes pride in delivering the best quality tree to your project, recognising that it is both the visible and invisible elements below the surface which will add long term value and performance to your project.
Andreasens Green offers a wide range of species, both native and exotic, from 100lt -1000lt, also supplying ex-ground trees and palms. To view their entire range visit www.andreasensgreen.com.au