Angus & Celeste

The Brisbane Ranges, Vic.

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 […]

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

Staughton Vale, Victoria.

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 […]

By |December 27th, 2013|Fifteen Trees|Comments Off

Brisbane Ranges and Scotsburn (Vic).

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 […]

By |October 31st, 2013|Fifteen Trees|Comments Off

St Lukes Primay School, Shepparton, Vic.

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 […]

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

Learmonth Community Gardens, Vic.

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 haveĀ  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 […]

By |April 20th, 2013|Fifteen Trees|Comments Off