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Letter from Steve Ward/ Barbs Trees

Dear valued customers and suppliers of Bush Nuts Nursery My name is Steven Ward and I am delighted to introduce myself to you. I have been managing revegetation nurseries for the past 17 years. I first started with Gecko Regen … Continue reading

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Big Changes for 2017- Nursery sold

We have been operating the two sides of Bush Nuts Native Nursery (Native Nursery/ Natural Area Bushland Restorations) out of our property for 22 years. The nursery in particular is a 7-day per week commitment and with our set up … Continue reading

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Satin Bower Bird finds better use for nursery tags it seems

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Australian government bucks enormous opportunities for Renewable Energy

This Four Corners program (link below) is a huge eye opener about the amazing developments around the world in renewable energy- truly the third industrial revolution. It was also an eye opener about why the current Australian government is moving backwards, … Continue reading

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Giant Devils Fig Invasion

GIANT DEVILS FIG THREATENING BACKYARDS AND BUSHLAND This very aggressive weed (Solanum chrysotrichum) is establishing quickly in SEQ and North NSW. In some areas it is already the dominant understorey plant while in other areas like Tallebudgera Valley where we … Continue reading

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Welcome to our revamped website

We hope you will find all you need to know about us quickly and easily. Stay tuned for our posts featuring native plants, nasty weeds, causes and campaigns we care about and other environmental issues.

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