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You've planted one or more trees around your property in a bid to improve the look and health of your garden, increase property price and maybe even attract some interesting and colourful wildlife. When you take landscaping into your own...

Summer in Melbourne has been fruitful with long days and warm nights. Soon enough, nature will take its course and turn green leaves into brown, whilst bringing on a new sight to behold in the garden. Tree care is important...

Tree lopping is an outdated tree care method that does more damage than good. So much so, that The ACT Tree Protection Act 2005 has prohibited it. Despite extensive research based on the disadvantages of lopping trees, it remains a...

Did you know that the City of Melbourne owns 70,000 trees? As well as having a combined value of around $650 million, the trees are also part of the reason that Melbourne has been crowned the most liveable city in...

Bushfires in Australia are more common during dry season, but homes and gardens are at risk of experiencing a fire all year round. If you are affected by a fire, you might think about ways to get your garden back...

Not everyone appreciates trees in the way that we should. For almost 400 million years, trees have taken care of our land, animals and people. They provide shade, shelter and food, and they’re a valuable resource that are often taken...

Summer is on the way and we’ve finally been enjoying warmer weather in Melbourne! This is the season to invest time in your garden and gain momentum for the rest of the year. Achieving a beautiful, fresh landscape doesn’t happen...

We know all about the importance of saving money. When it seems that expenses are coming at you from every angle, it can be tempting to cut corners. However, there are times when it pays to get the professionals in...

COVID-19 UPDATE

Daryl’s Tree Care

To all our valued clients and the wider community

Amid the COVID-19 health crisis, we are still operating as usual, until advised otherwise by the governing bodies.

We are adhering to strict social distancing and hygiene practises, to help keep our staff and clients safe and healthy.

Clients do not need to be in our presence during quotational visits, or on the day of the tree works.

We are happy for any necessary communication to be done by telephone, if preferred.

We thank you for your understanding and send you all our best wishes.