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Jeremy and William came to our property yesterday to plant the trees we had purchased from you. What lovely men!! They did a brilliant job, were really helpful and obv...

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Over 10,000 quality trees from the Christchurch big tree specialists!

CLOSED EASTER WEEKEND

CLOSING - Thursday 17 April at 5.00pm
REOPENDING - Tuesday 22 April at 9.00am 

CLOSED ANZAC DAY

CLOSING - Thursday 24th April at 5.00pm
REOPENEING -  Saturday 26th April at 10.00am


Allwood Trees Christchurch - Real Trees, not just the promise

A fantastic place to visit for Deciduous Trees, Evergreen Trees and New Zealand (NZ) Native Trees and Shrubs, including our advanced grade (up to 6 metres in height) containerised specimen Deciduous & Evergreen Trees.


What We Do

Allwood Trees. The best tree nursery to visit for quality large grade trees and shrubs. The staff are friendly and knowledgeable and have over 50 years combined nursery experience. They will give quality advice and information on plant selection, so drop in, email or give us a call.

Our extensive range of nursery trees and shrubs includes:

  • Large grade specimen trees
  • Evergreen trees and shrubs
  • Deciduous trees and shrubs
  • New Zealand native trees and shrubs
  • Groundcover plants
  • Hedging
  • Ferns
  • Native flax and grasses
  • Fruit Trees

Check out our Catalogue to find what you are looking for. Allwood Trees stocks semi-mature trees, up to 8/10 years old with root systems already established, usually 2 metres to 6 metres in height, These are supplied in recycled plastic europots, ready for planting.

 

 

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Handy Tips!

Question: When and how do I best mulch the garden?

Answer: Mulch gardens to retain moisture at dry times of the year.  This is especially applicable in Christchurch and other areas of New Zealand that have watering restrictions.

Use pea straw, bark mulch or even old newspapers (several laye...

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