About Us

Easy Big Trees is a 4th generation family business. For over 100 years we’ve been planting, nursing and growing some of the very best trees and shrubs in New Zealand. That’s more than a few hot summers and harsh winters. It’s this experience which has led us to become the largest big tree supplier in the South Island and today our nursery extends over 30 acres of Southland soil, where we have over 100,000 plants ready to be delivered to any corner of New Zealand.

Meet The Team

Every family business seemingly has more than a few characters.  We’re no different and we’d like to introduce you to a few of them.  We have to be honest too, we’re pretty proud of every single one of them.  When you’re in the business of caring for and growing plants there’s probably just something in your nature that means you like seeing things grow.  Like our people.  Anyway, this is us. 

Our Story

As the 1st World War drew to a close in 1918, Richmond Harrison was making plans.  A keen plantsman based in the Manawatu, Richmond began selling trees as shelter for livestock to local farmers.  The family business had begun.  In the years that followed, Richmond became well known as a nurseryman and was widely considered one of the foremost experts in New Zealand, authoring many books.  He was also a family man.  This is his (and their) story.

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Servicing New Zealand Wide

Servicing New Zealand Wide Auckland | Waikato | Bay of Plenty | Hawke’s Bay | Taranaki | Manawatu-Wanganui | Wellington | Tasman
Nelson | Marlborough | West Coast | Christchurch | Canterbury | Central Otago | Dunedin | Queenstown | Southland | Invercargill

Servicing New Zealand Wide

Servicing New Zealand Wide Auckland | Waikato | Bay of Plenty | Hawke’s Bay | Taranaki | Manawatu-Wanganui | Wellington | Tasman
Nelson | Marlborough | West Coast | Christchurch | Canterbury | Central Otago | Dunedin | Queenstown | Southland | Invercargill