At Greenline, we care for your property as much as we do our own. We maintain and improve small farms and properties from 2 to 200 acres, giving you more time to enjoy your piece of paradise.
We live locally in Nillumbik, on our own property, so we understand the workload that comes with keeping your land, pastures, gardens, lawns, fences, facilities, and everything else in the best condition.
We also know it can be hard to find high-quality, professional, on-time service. At Greenline, we’re different – we do what we say we’ll do, at a value-for-money price, to an uncompromising standard.
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While it may look similar to other grasses in your paddocks, barley grass can cause big problems for your animals. Here’s six steps to take to avoid problems and eliminate barley grass from your property. 1. Identify and Map During Spring when the grass gets its distinctive seed head (images shown below), map out exactly […]
In this week’s video we’re in Hurstbridge doing some fencing for a horse property – repairs. Also preparing weed plans in Mickleham, Cottles Bridge, Yarrambat and Gisborne South.
This week I was lucky enough to be picked as the winner of the Monster Prize Draw on the Small Business Big Marketing Show podcast – a podcast that literally inspired me to start this business.
In this week’s video update we’re in Yarrambat (Nillumbik, Victoria) starting a multi-month improvement project. The land owner here has had an ongoing battle with capeweed, and asked us to come in to help remove the capeweed and replace it with something more visually appealing and useful.
Our fact sheet on managing Cape Weed / capeweed has been updated. Click here, or the image below to view the factsheet, or right click to save a copy. The fact sheet covers: the right weed spray for capeweed planting competition grass to beat it down how to manage or kill capeweed the annual cycle […]
With the rain we’ve had, and the heat to come – you’ve only got about a week to prevent mosquitos ruining your new year. Their eggs can hatch in as little as 24 hours.