Gardener St Helens

St Helens Gardeners: If you have a garden that is looking tired and overgrown, the time has come to get it back in shape. If you are too busy or too idle to do it yourself you are going to have to call in some help. So, you could contact the "guy down the road" who somebody told you about or alternatively get in touch with a professional St Helens gardener who will likely do a better job. Though quite often you will find that a professional gardener in St Helens doesn't hold any horticultural qualifications, he or she will probably be considerably more knowledgeable than your average "fellow down the road". You will have to decide what is best for your situation.

Gardener St Helens

Everyone likes their garden to be looked after properly and by a gardener who knows his/her stuff. Always be certain to get hold of a local St Helens gardener who can be counted on. You will come to realise that this is even more important when you've got trees and shrubs needing a higher level of care. Take your time and get a proper St Helens gardener.

All gardens, whether large or small need regular upkeep and maintenance with lots of jobs to be done. The frequency of visits by your gardener will increase throughout the spring and summer and may not be necessary at all in winter. Typical jobs that folk with gardens in St Helens require are and . Most decent gardeners in St Helens will tackle other jobs such as and .

Gardeners in St Helens

Getting your garden done by a professional isn't cheap and you are likely to be paying close to £20 per hour for the priviledge. Usually gardeners will not be happy doing just one hours work. It's not uncommon for a gardener to request at least two hour minimum visit times. If you think that this is just to stretch the job out, think again. They have to travel to and from your home, they have to unload mowers and garden tools, and they will probably have to load your waste onto their trailer and take it to a nearby rubbish tip.

Payment in advance is not something that gardeners usually ask for, so be cautious if your gardener requires this. When the gardener has finished working you may be asked for payment in cash, this is not at all unusual. Agree on an acceptable form of payment before work starts and always get a receipt once the bill has been paid.

Before the gardener gets to work on your garden make sure he or she is clear about your requirements, a list of expected tasks might help. It isn't always easy for you to know which plants will grow best in your garden, the advice of your gardener will be invaluable. Taking away all the garden waste such as hedge clippings and lawn trimmings may not be included in the service, therefore you should establish whether your gardener will do this or not.

St Helens gardeners will likely help with garden trellis, soft landscaping, nature gardens, garden planters, garden irrigation, snow clearance, hedge planting, garden pest control, walling and raised beds, shrub planting, path and patio cleaning, bush trimming, strimming, shed assembly and other gardening services in St Helens, Merseyside.

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