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Landscaping with Mature Trees

Landscaping with Mature Trees

Could a tree transplant be a solution for your garden? One problem with gardening is that it takes time for trees to grow and for you to therefore get the benefit of having mature trees in your yard. If you do not want to wait a decade to get the result that you are...

Is it time to call the arborist?

Is it time to call the arborist?

Protecting your home before the storm season. In South East Queensland we are no stranger to a fierce summer storm. Cyclones and tropical depressions often go as far south as the Gold Coast, wreaking havoc on our beaches, waterways and our gardens. Now is the time to...

Gold Coast Arborists and Tree Loppers

Gold Coast Arborists and Tree Loppers

How to tell the experienced arborists from the cowboys. The Gold Coast can be full of cowboys: “tradespeople” who claim they are professionals but are really just out to make a quick buck. Unfortunately, our city is known for these types of scams, and it happens in...

Get Ready for Bushfire Season

Get Ready for Bushfire Season

5 Tips to protect your home and family this summer. Few Australians will ever forget the tragedy of the bushfires of the summer of 2019/2020. For those of us fortunate enough to live in South East Queensland, we saw significant damage but nowhere near the scale of...

Don’t avoid Summer Landscaping

Don’t avoid Summer Landscaping

Why summer can be a great time to landscape The Gold Coast is a beautiful place to live and own a home; however, our hot summers make most people nervous about doing any landscaping work during the summer months. The traditional months for landscaping or getting...

Tallowwood Fig Preservation

Tallowwood Fig Preservation

King Landscapes were recently engaged by Devcorp Australia to transplant a 60-tonne Fig Tree for their new "Tallowwood Estate" development at The Gap, Brisbane Queensland. The developers had decided that this majestic tree was being retained as a feature tree to...

Brisbane Inner City Bypass Transplant

Brisbane Inner City Bypass Transplant

Scope of Works – Transplant 8 large Ficus hillii to accommodate road widening. With the ever  increasing traffic flow in Brisbane, the continuation of the road widening of the Inner City Bypass meant the relocation of these beautiful old trees. This job bought with it...

Proper Pruning Principles

Pruning of tree limbs on a regularly scheduled basis will improve tree health, control growth, and enhance fruiting, flowering, and overall appearance. Trees should be pruned for the first time 2 to 5 years after planting, then every 5 to 7 years thereafter. Pruning...

Fertilising dos and don’ts

We recommend a liquid organic fertiliser, such as Seasol, because it doesn’t affect the pH of your soil and it is safe for most trees including natives. Always follow the instructions that come with your chosen fertiliser. Dos Do use an organic liquid fertiliser. It...

Another Successful Pandanus Transplant

Another Successful Pandanus Transplant

Here's another successful transplanting project of King Landscapes. "Thank you so much for delivery of the best looking pandanus around!  You have no idea how happy we are. An amazing healthy tree dropped straight into place. It looks beautiful."      ...

Transplant Pandanus at Miami

Transplant Pandanus at Miami

This project is part of Gold Coast City Council's rebuilding of the rock wall down at Miami. It was badly eroded in the cyclonic weather early last year. We have shifted the Pandanus (11 in total) to another area so that work on the rock wall can start. Once the wall...

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