Angus & Celeste

304, 2017

Angus & Celeste support our native environment.

By |April 3rd, 2017|Fifteen Trees, Plantings|0 Comments


The Flowerdale and Marysville district of Victoria have been working steadily to revegetate since the devastating 2010 Victorian fires. The Landcare groups in this area, are some of hardest working ones in the country. To that end, supporters of Fifteen Trees have been supplying trees to them in their thousands. This time round 3,000 trees were donated, of which 150 were paid for by Angus & Celeste.



Angus & Celeste. Design duo […]

1107, 2016

Angus & Celeste – trees for the kids.

By |July 11th, 2016|Plantings, Schools|Comments Off on Angus & Celeste – trees for the kids.

Every quarter, Angus & Celeste (makers of ceramic jewellery and home-wares) chip in to help get trees planted. This quarter was no exception and due to their generosity, 135 trees have gone to a kindergarten in WA and a golf course in Victoria.

Hi Colleen,

To start the day, we talked about the soil and the importance of wearing gloves when gardening. We then looked at all the different types of trees […]

2311, 2015

Tree support from Angus & Celeste.

By |November 23rd, 2015|Plantings, Schools|Comments Off on Tree support from Angus & Celeste.

Design duo Keir Mac Donald and Asha Cato are based in the Dandenong Ranges, Victoria. From their studio they make the most beautiful ceramic jewellery, pots and home-wares.  Asha and Keir kick in for 75 trees every quarter and have been doing so since 2012. Check out their website at Angus & Celeste.
This quarter, Angus & Celeste trees were planted at the Morning Peninsula and at Manor Lakes P-12 […]

1608, 2015

Angus & Celeste helping out with native trees.

By |August 16th, 2015|Plantings, Schools|Comments Off on Angus & Celeste helping out with native trees.

Design duo Keir Mac Donald and Asha Cato are based in the Dandenong Ranges, Victoria. From their studio they make the most beautiful ceramic jewellery, pots and home-wares.  Asha and Keir kick in for 75 trees every quarter and have been doing so for a number of years. If you haven’t seen their website Angus & Celeste, please go and visit. This quarter, their 75 trees went to a primary […]

1310, 2014

Manangatang P – 12

By |October 13th, 2014|Fifteen Trees, Plantings, Schools|0 Comments

Along the Mallee highway towards the top north western corner of Victoria you will stumble across the small rural township of Manangatang (pop 3200). Nestled in this wheat and sheep country is the tiny school of Manangatang P-12. Donna Barry is the President of the Parents and Friends group and she contacted Fifteen Trees looking for support for the school’s tree planting program. I was delighted to help out with […]

808, 2014

Batesford, Victoria

By |August 8th, 2014|Fifteen Trees, Plantings|0 Comments

Over the past year, Brisbane Ranges Landcare has received 825 trees thanks to the generous supporters of Fifteen Trees. They sourced the native seedlings from their local native nursery (Eco-Regeneration at Sutherlands Creek) and distributed them to 13 individual members of the landcare group. The last lot of trees (195) were planted by John and Denise Anderson of Batesford.

John writes ‘Thank you to the supporters of Fifteen Trees for our […]

206, 2014

The Brisbane Ranges, Vic.

By |June 2nd, 2014|Fifteen Trees, Plantings|0 Comments

Out at the Brisbane Ranges there is a dynamite landcare group who are very proactive when it come to re-vegetating the native species of flora. Fifteen Trees has been supplying Neil Day and his group for the past 2 years with trees from Eco-Regeneration Nursery at Sutherland’s Creek.

This time round, 825 trees were supplied to the group of which 246 were generously paid for by the following companies and individuals. […]

2712, 2013

Staughton Vale, Victoria.

By |December 27th, 2013|Fifteen Trees, Plantings|0 Comments

James and Susan Bufton have for many years worked the historic Staughton Vale holding. Located at the foot of the Brisbane Ranges, it is a landmark property of historical and architectural significance. The blue-stone home (1870) is one of the earlier homes in the area.


The couple have extensively revegetated almost the full length of the the Little River that runs through the property. The revegetation has resulted in the Little […]

3110, 2013

Brisbane Ranges and Scotsburn (Vic).

By |October 31st, 2013|Fifteen Trees, Plantings|0 Comments

Ceramic artists Asha and Keir from Angus & Celeste make the most beautiful jewellery and home wares. Based in Melbourne, these two dynamic and talented people produce their own range as well as manage their on-line store. For every purchase (via the website) Asha and Keir donate $1.00 towards tree planting. This equates to 75 trees every season. In the past, their trees have been planted at Shepparton, Lake Learmonth, […]

508, 2013

St Lukes Primay School, Shepparton, Vic.

By |August 5th, 2013|Plantings, Schools|0 Comments

Every quarter, Asha Celeste Cato and Keir Angus MacDonald from Angus & Celeste donate $1.00 for every on-line purchase made from their beautiful ceramic and porcelain store. This means that every season, Fifteen Trees can plant out 75 trees on their behalf.

St Luke’s Primary School were the recipients of 30 of their trees.

Olivia Hill (Grade 5) writes … On Friday the 26th of July, the Year 5 students from St […]

2004, 2013

Learmonth Community Gardens, Vic.

By |April 20th, 2013|Fifteen Trees, Plantings|0 Comments

Dear Colleen,
The Friends of Learmonth are very grateful for the donation by supporters of Fifteen Trees for the 250 native, indigenous plants which we have  planted in our Community Garden to complement the screening by the larger natives.
The Community garden is a community initiative which continues to evolve. The location of the block is at the entrance to Learmonth and so we hope it will become a welcome stop off […]

2912, 2012

Whroo Conservation Reserve.

By |December 29th, 2012|Fifteen Trees, Plantings|1 Comment

Asha Celeste Cato and Keir Angus MacDonald from Angus & Celeste has been  long time supporters of our native environment, donating $1.00 for every on-line purchase made from their beautiful website. They produce contemporary porcelain jewellery and modern collectable home wares. Well worth a look.
Seventy five trees were planted recently, across 2 sites on the behalf of their company. Sixty were planted at the Whroo Conservation Reserve (Northern Victoria) while […]

2709, 2012

Inglewood and Axedale, Victoria

By |September 27th, 2012|Fifteen Trees, Plantings|0 Comments

Last month 120 trees were distributed to 2 groups in central Victoria. Both groups sent in lovely photos of which I’ve included here.  Two fantastic companies and some great school kids have made these plantings possible.

Hello Colleen, Here is a photos of the 60 trees and shrubs that we planted, we can’t wait for them to grow.  L. Hecker.

A Gladman from Axedale writes ‘Saturday morning was spent with our young […]

2102, 2012

Daylesford Dharma School.

By |February 21st, 2012|Fifteen Trees, Plantings, Schools|0 Comments

‘Hi Colleen, Thank you so much for the trees. We planted them all on public land on the perimeter of an open playing field. A space that is shared by the Daylesford Dharma School and the Daylesford Tennis Club. We are changing the embankment from a lawn area (that has been chemically sprayed in the past) to a native habitat with mixed plantings that includes native grasses, shrubs and trees’. […]

611, 2011

Trees as Gifts.

By |November 6th, 2011|Fifteen Trees, Gifts, Plantings|0 Comments


Over the course of the year I find myself giving gifts of trees in appreciation of people’s support. In 2011, I gave trees to two landowners in central Victoria. Sixty trees went to Charley from Metcalf and another sixty went to Nicole (her 2 boys are pictured) from the Bendigo region. Those who had trees planted  on their behalf included: Asha from Angus & Celeste (15 trees), Natasha Palmer from Phoenix Racer (15 trees), the women who attended the […]

210, 2011

Offsetting carbon emissions at Illabarook, Victoria

By |October 2nd, 2011|Fifteen Trees, Plantings|0 Comments

When you carbon offset your car or flight with Fifteen Trees, you get to see exactly where your trees have been planted and you directly support our rural environment and communities.

The gorgeous company Angus & Celeste (fine jewellery and accessories) have become new Fifteen Tree supporters. They have committed to donating $1.00 from every sale from their beautiful range of jewellery, clothing and home wares. If you love locally made products (and who […]