Latest News from Green Horticultural Group
If you require oversowing of your turf this Autumn, GHG utilise our Landpride overseeder which has proven to be the most versatile seeder when it comes to renovating turf grasses. It is perfect for applications on racecourses, golf courses, playing fields and large open spaces.
GHG can organise your seed requirements or work with your local supplier.
The Green Horticultural Group are delighted to once again be the preferred maintenance contractors for Campbelltown Stadium.
Having previously maintained the stadium for 10 years from 2001 to 2011, we also welcome back our Stadium Supervisor, Michael Sutton, who has eagerly taken up the challenge again to ensure a high performing surface.
Stay tuned for regular updates.
Topdressing / Spreading Options
GHG can offer purpose built spreader trucks as well as the Tycrop MH400 tow behind spreader, capable of spreading a variety of products quickly and with minimal impact. Both systems deliver high performance and versatility to tackle a wide array of jobs on any site.
We can also offer competitive rates on products. Contact us today (02) 9679 2555 or email email@example.com for an obligation free quotation.
Commercial Grounds Maintenance
Our qualified team of Greenkeepers and Horticulturalists offer first class grounds maintenance services.
Our skilled teams focus on attention to detail to ensure superior presentation for small and large scale works.
From schools to prestigious parklands and sporting facilities, The Green Horticultural Group can exceed your expectations.
Autumn Field Day - Video
Following from our successful inaugural field day in 2017, GHG will again be hosting another Field Day in May 2018. We will release more details in the coming months.
The inaugural field day was held at the head office of The Green Horticultural Group at Annangrove on Wednesday, 17 May, 2017 and extremely well attended. We thank those that travelled from Port Stephens Council, Mid Coast Council, City of Sydney and beyond to enjoy the day.
The sun shone and the tractors were rolling with some very impressive demonstrations of the Earthquake Decompactor, Vertidrain Aerator and Blecovator. A selection of other machinery was on display.