Understanding why both are there and how they impact upon the tree you buy in the nursery is vitally important. It can be the difference between a tree’s success or failure in the landscape.
NIASA (Nursery Industry Accreditation Scheme Australia), EcoHort and BioSecure HACCP are national accreditation schemes with the purpose of reassuring the buyer of industry best practice. They also highlight the growers already investing time and money in quality, processes and product performance.
AS2303 provides technical above and below the ground information to evaluate the quality of tree material grown by production nurseries. It tries to simplify the specification process and educate buyers about quality. Above all it encourages growers to be accountable for their product.
Speciality Trees are leaders in the production of quality advanced landscaping trees for the landscaping market. They carry over 320 lines of native, deciduous and evergreen trees, from 30cm to 300L, all of which benefit from accreditation and best practice attitudes.
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To view the full catalogue of quality advanced trees on offer at Speciality Trees visit www.specialitytrees.com.au
Images (top to bottom): Magnolia grandiflora ‘Teddy Bear’; 100L Lophostemon confertus; Corymbia maculata; Magnolia grandiflora ‘Kay Parris’.