Tui are not only beautiful birds with a very unique melody. They also help spread seeds of trees and flowers, playing an important role in New Zealand wildlife and ensuring that native shrubs and trees keep thriving.
The tui is one of New Zealand’s most iconic birds. It looks stunning, has a song that can melt your heart – and it also plays a vital role in New Zealand’s eco system.
Tui are very busy spreading seed pods and flower pods around to ensure that threes and shrubs continue to thrive.
These birds are known to fly more than 10 kilometers to feast, and if you want to attract them to your garden, you can do so by planting a certain variety of trees that tui simply can’t resist.
If you would like to find out which they are, please follow the link below.
If you have lots of trees in your garden, you will be familiar with regular maintenance to ensure they stay healthy. However, are you also looking after the tree roots? Here is what you can and should to if you want to keep your trees happy.
I have been busy these summer holidays and have worked on a few blogs for local businesses. Today’s article is about tree roots and why it is important to protect them.
Learn in a few simple steps how to ensure your tree stays happy and healthy, and why a tree’s root system is so super important for its overall wellbeing.