September 5, 2018


Trees for nature (and us).


Ross Morley, Managing Director of G. J. Gardner Homes has been supporting our native environment (through Fifteen Trees) since 2013 and has now helped plant over 44,000 trees across Victoria and Tasmania. For every new home built, Fifteen Trees organises the planting of 15 trees in the local district. This year alone the project will see over 11,000 trees planted by schools, landcare and various environmental groups. Josh Tyrrell from G. J. Gardner Homes Warragul is a generous supporter of local community groups and their tree planting projects. This year, the Warragul team purchased 210 trees for the Rokeby Flora Reserve.  
Hello Fifteen Trees, Please find attached some photos and a video from our tree planting activity at Rokeby Flora Reserve.  It was a great day and highly productive. We had all 210 trees planted before noon. Thank you to Josh and the gang at G.J. Gardner Homes in Warragul, not only for the trees but also for providing us with funds for a delicious morning tea. Karla | Natural Reserves Officer | Baw Baw Shire
  So delighted to have some video footage from the tree planting day at the Reserve. Thank you Karla and the team from Baw Baw Shire. Thank you also Josh and all the crew at G.J. Gardner Warragul for purchasing these trees for this particular project. And for kicking in for morning tea. What a beautiful part of the world you all live in! So important to spend some time enjoying and looking after nature. Sláinte – Colleen  



June 12, 2024
Individual actions really do matter! Individually we can really only make small differences to the world around us, but collectively our numbers add up. And if enough individuals are involved then forests can be grown!


June 10, 2024
We have a handful of organisations who purchase trees when they can. These organisations are masters of ingenuity when it comes to incorporating tree planting into their business practices.


May 21, 2024
The Institute of Public Accounts has supported one of our revegetation projects by purchasing a tree for every attendee at their recent Victorian Conference held in Ballarat, VIC. The trees (70) were planted in the district, in the weeks following the conference.