More than 70 trees have new homes on Stock Road as part of Gunnedah Shire Council's beautification project.
The council's Farmer Army has planted native species and a variety of eucalypts, such as Eucalyptus melliodora, Eucalyptus sideroxylon-Rosea, Eucalyptus populnea, Eucalyptus citriodora and Corymbia blakei.
The team is now preparing garden beds, which will filled in warmer weather.
"The gardens will be planted in approximately a month to six weeks. We are waiting for spring to undertake the planting of the garden beds and for the beds to settle and take in more moisture," a council spokesperson said.
The council is placing an emphasis on native vegetation and drought-tolerant species, such as grevillea, westringia, callistemon, scaevola, liriope muscari, and polygala.
"A team of four Farmer Army members are undertaking the work alongside local contractors," they said.
"The work remaining includes planting, mulching; and edging and gravelling/concreting of an 'assembly' feature area in one of the islands.
"There has been a lot of positive interest in this project, with community members on their daily walks stopping and talking to the workers and asking questions about the project."
The council anticipates the project will be complete by the end of the year.