Latest News & Projects
Our environmental team is restoring a slice of West Auckland land as part of an offsite mitigation planting, prompted by a nearby residential development.
Starting with a team of five, our weed eradication and replanting programme began over 12 months ago, spanning six separate site visits to date.
We’re delivering premium garden maintenance, turf care and revegetation for Auckland’s most stunning waterfront community at Hobsonville Point.
Our second-quarter H&S Breakfast! Again our Manager “Chefs” have cooked for our crew and we celebrate staff successes as we put a spotlight on specific health and safety components.
Our commercial landscape maintenance division offers an experienced and a highly skilled team capable of keeping your grounds look their best year-round.
Two divisions from The Plant People are contributing environmental and landscaping services towards Stage 1 of the Sunny Heights development in Orewa.
Part of what drives The Plant People is our dedication to upskilling our workforce in areas that benefit the individual. Where an employee develops new skills, the company will naturally benefit too.
Our Construction Division has a number of landscape construction projects underway at some of Auckland’s most high-profile residential developments, including Waiata Shores.
We have underway a stormwater pond construction project for the Scott Point Estate residential development. The pond doubles as a new home for wildlife.
The Plant People’s Construction Division is building boardwalks, footbridges and stormwater ponds for new residential developments around Auckland.
The Plant People’s ultra-efficient Auckland Landscaping division provides the finishing touches to new residential housing developments across Auckland.
The Plant People hosted a breakfast on March 13 for our staff, to recognise their high standards in health and safety in the workplace. Our division managers were on cooking duties.
Planted with grasses and other natives from Signature Plants, here are some examples of successful wetland regeneration projects at North Shore’s Millwater and Long Bay developments.
We're growing 95% natives for a greener Auckland. You can find our plants in street landscaping, individual gardens and most importantly in public spaces in developments.
The Plant People maintain the grounds at College of St John the Evangelist, which spans three hectares across the East Auckland suburb of St Johns.
Given the reverence we place on the function of our cemeteries with regards to the living, it is of the utmost importance that we maintain these spaces to the highest standards.
It’s our policy at The Plant People to ensure that our team always has access to reliable, up to date equipment.
Every rose has its thorns, so they say, however, there are roses at St John’s Theological College that also have a wonderful historical story to tell.