Finding a Gardener in Bishop's Castle: If you cannot spare the time to tackle your tired and dreary garden, you should not be reluctant to bring in some outside help to knock it back into shape. Think carefully before you hire someone because lots of people in Bishop's Castle do gardening, some are professional gardeners and some just dabble. Whilst even professional Bishop's Castle gardeners don't always have formal qualifications, they can usually be relied upon to have more horticultural knowledge than any "chap down the road" is apt to have.
If you cherish your garden you will want a gardener with some savvy, who appreciates what you have and looks after it correctly. So make sure you find a gardener in Bishop's Castle who you can trust to do a good job. If you have a garden containing certain trees and shrubs, the importance of this is even more apparent. Get yourself a good gardener, don't just settle for any old one.
Whether your garden is large or small, there will always be jobs that need attending to on a routine basis. You will need to book in more regular visits by your gardener in the spring and summer as these jobs pile up. The commonest gardening jobs that folk in Bishop's Castle need doing are general tidying, mowing lawns, trimming hedges and weeding. There are plenty more jobs that might need doing for example waste removal, fence repairs, cleaning driveways and laying patios, most Bishop's Castle gardeners will also be willing to tackle these.
Experienced gardeners don't come cheap and if you are being charged around £20 per hour, that is about average. It might be the case that your chosen gardener will need more than an hour to whip your garden into shape. Most gardeners will have a minimum visit time of 2 hours. 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.
It is not the norm for Bishop's Castle gardeners to demand money up front, be very suspicious of anyone who does this. Ensure you have some cash to hand on gardening day because most gardeners prefer this kind of payment when they have finished. Whether you pay by cheque, card or cash, insist on a receipt, this will prevent later disputes over payment.
A list of required tasks will help your gardener to plan his/her day, clearly lay out you exact requirements at the start. Ask your gardener about your specific garden conditions and get advice about the best plants to grow to get the perfect results. Make sure that all twigs, weeds and lawn cuttings will be removed and disposed of afterwards, certain gardeners don't do this. It is generally better for them to take it rather than cluttering up your garden.
Spare a thought for your gardener toiling away on your property with no facilities at hand. Offer them the use of your toilet and perhaps provide a drink. A gardener will always be appreciative of such kindness and will work even harder to show this gratitude. Don't be afraid to wander out and have a chat with your gardener when circumstances permit, this will help build a friendly connection with the gardener and encourage a sharing of ideas. Having said that, don't hold your gardener up by wittering on all day and preventing him/her from getting on with the job.
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Bishop's Castle Gardening Services
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- Bishop's Castle Watering/Irrigation
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- Bishop's Castle Driveway Cleaning
- Bishop's Castle Tree Surgery
- Bishop's Castle Lawn Care
- Bishop's Castle Garden Design
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