Sports Field and Recreation landscaping – Stuart Park, Port Macquarie, NSW 2444 – Bluedale Wholesale Nursery

Port Macquarie-Hastings Council and the NSW Government invested $4 million under the Regional Sports Infrastructure Fund into the development of Stuart Park in Port Macquarie to provide the community with an updated, top-class sporting and recreation destination.

The upgrades are now complete with the addition of multi-usage sports courts and lighting, refurbished amenities and canteens, sports field floodlighting, spectator seating, shade trees, car parking, new storage facilities and improved drainage.

Bluedale Wholesale Nursery pre-grew and supplied plants to our client – BNJ Landscapes to complete the park and recreation centre landscaping.

Plants were selected for a number of reasons:

  • Hardiness
  • Long term low maintenance
  • Low water requirements
  • Aesthetic appeal
  • Native

The plants we grew from tubestock into 140mm specifically for this job were:

There are many ways to grow Lomandra, the most cost efficient of which is to propagate from seed.

If you already have established Lomandra plants on your property, another quick way to propagate them is to dig up and split clumps, known as root ball division.

Use a sharp blade to divide the clumps, making sure each small clump you plant has a good root system. Trim back the leaves to about 1/3 of their original length before planting to help establishment.

Alternatively, the collected seeds can be collected and propagated.

For further information about this park and recreation centre landscaping project or any other commercial landscaping project you may want advice or a quote, contact Bluedale Wholesale Nursery today.