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It’s almost too massive to imagine, the sales arera that Tim Sharpe covers. If you take Perth’s Swan River as a starting point, it forms Tim’s northern boundary. The Indian Ocean lies along the western edge, the Great Australian Bight the southern, while the Western Australia border closes out the east. This area may be large but at least Tim’s task is straightforward – to make sure that everyone knows TerraCottem exists, and what it’s capable of. Further down the track, he also plays a part in helping them get the results they were expecting…

The city of South Perth’s experience has been clear cut – trees planted with the buffer of TerraCottem survive and thrive. Those that aren’t, struggle or fail. Tim’s been doing this since 2012 and in that time, he’s supported an incredibly broad set of projects from an equally mixed list of clients: from private residential to commercial landscapes, local councils, educational institutions, land care groups and government agencies like Main Roads WA and the state’s Department of Parks and Wildlife. When you look at the list you get a sense that wherever you spot plantings that look relaxed and happy, there must be TerraCottem in the soil beneath them.


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