Trees are living memories of days, people, animals gone by. Planted in the past to help commemorate special occasions, perhaps royalty, or for family. Some trees can remind us of haunting acts of bravery as they were plucked as seedlings from battlegrounds such as Gallipoli in 1914. All trees have a story to tell. We have techniques to collect and propagate plant material to help secure these living links to our past.
Grant collecting grafting wood and seed from the Holm Oak (Quercus Ilex ) at St. David's Cathedral Hobart, believed to have been brought off the battlefields of Gallipoli during the Great War.
Currently conserving and propagating trees & roses from Port Arthur Historic Site in Tasmania.
Plenty more to come.....
We have highly collectable plants - Fruit Trees from Port Arthur Historic Site, Tasmania grafted from scion wood collected from the original commandant's Plantings in the 1800's.
We will be releasing a small number of the the 'Gallipoli Tree' (Quercus Ilex) grown from scion wood collected from St David's Cathedral.
We are always interested in special trees that you may wish to have propagated, just drop us a line on our contacts page and we will be in touch with you.
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