Since the introduction of water restrictions and, of course, the impact of drought on our environment, the Berri Native Plants professional landscaping services has been inundated with enquiries about Australian native varieties, with emphasis on local dryland species. Whilst Berri Native Plants undertakes huge projects, like Loxton’s Mill Corner Re-development (see pictures in the gallery) which included fifty plant species local to the area on the basis of their aesthetic appeal and low water requirements, the majority of commissions are for domestic gardens of any size plus small or large commercial sites and revegatation projects.
The TRENCH ‘N edge™ landscape trencher virtually eliminates the high cost of cleaning up trenched material from lawns and planting beds. This revolutionary trencher blows the material directly onto tarps for easy disposal - saving you time and money. The Landscape Trencher was specifically designed for the landscape installation and maintenance industry.
The Landscape Trencher is used for narrow (40mm) trenches ideally suited for irrigation installation such as pop up sprinklers and KISSS(R) under turf drip systems in existing or new lawns. Also well suited to low voltage landscape lighting and irrigation control cables. No obligation, free quotations available on request.
Berri Native Plants can provide re-vegetation services including design, supply of all materials and plants, planting and / or hand direct seeding. Projects can be irrigated, initially irrigated or non irrigated, depending on the desired outcomes and resources available.
Project outcomes could include fuel wood (firewood), shelter, habitat, erosion control fodder, valuable timbers for craft wood and amenity value.
Recent projects include irrigated shelter belts for Transpac in Berri and non irrigated re-vegetation for Loxton Waikerie District Council in Loxton. (see photos in gallery.) No obligation free quotations on request.