River Red Gum. Ongoing health management through soil replacement utilizing radial trenching and Air-spade excavations.
After many years of decline due to deep, heavy clay fill placed over its root system, this grand old specimen is finally starting to make new growth thanks to the Tree Environs Arborist’s. Situated in front of the new facilities at Orlando’s Wine Centre at Rowland Flat in South Australia, this important River Red Gum has undergone two major radial trenching events to replace over 500m3 of clay with lighter textured soil. The results have been excellent with strong new growth in all parts. It looks like the tree has a bright future.