Geo-Soil is a vital component of the TreeParker® System which is widely used in urban tree planting applications. The structural soil cell system of the TreeParker® System combined with Geo-Soil create a healthy growing space for trees in areas subject to vehicle loadings and trafficking.
Soil and Growing Media
TreeRaft Soil is a vital component of the Sandwich TreeRaft System which is widely used in urban tree planting applications.
The Low Fertility Soil mix designed to limit the nutrient level of the soil in order to let certain planting schemes, such as wildflowers, establish and thrive. The controlled level of nutrients within this soil prevents grasses for example, becoming too vigorous and dominating other types of plants. Designed to meet the requirements of BS3882:2015
The Green-tree Rootzones offers a mix of high quality, free draining sand with organic compost designed to create the optimum conditions required for healthy grasses.
The Bioretention Soil has been developed around the CIRIA SuDS manual guidelines for filter media in a SuDS application. The Green-tree Bioretention soil provides an efficient permeability rate to avoid waterlogging on the surface area but holds sufficient nutrient levels and organic matter to support the vegetation used.
The Amenity Tree Soil provides a load bearing, fertile planting medium designed for use in urban environments, such as tree pits on urban greening tree planting projects.
The Loksand Rootzone offers a soil and sand-based substrate reinforced with polypropylene fibres. Green-tree Loksand Rootzone is an advanced substrate that is stable and free-draining.
The Green-tree Clean Cover System offers a remedial and effective solution for the development of brown-field sites.
Green-tree Subsoil is used to build up levels and construct any specific landscaping contouring requirements. Subsoil is an essential component of most soil profiles as it provides storage or moisture, transmits rainfall to deeper layers or watercourses and enables deep rooting by trees, grasses and other plants.
Green-tree Topsoil is manufactured using organic compost and overburdened sand from quarries, all products that could otherwise end up in landfill. Our topsoil is certified to BS3882:2015 standards, requiring no additional fertiliser for the first season.
Semi Intensive green roofs are primarily built on top of a structure such as an underground car park or residential and commercial buildings. They are ideal for roof gardens where weight isn’t the biggest issue.
Roof garden subsoil is a specially designed blend to complement and work in conjunction with our Intensive and Podium Deck Roof Garden Substrates as a base to build up the substrate profile.