Gardener Brighton East Sussex

Finding a Gardener in Brighton: You should never be ashamed to ask for assistance if your Brighton garden is a bit lacklustre and you simply cannot find the time to tackle it yourself. It is tempting to call on the "fellow down the street" who helps out your neighbour, or you could actually bring in a proper Brighton gardener. While it isn't necessary to have qualifications to work as a gardener in Brighton, professional usually beat that "fella down the road" hands down when it comes to gardening knowledge. Hopefully, reading this article will help you in your decision.

Find a Gardener in Brighton East Sussex

You certainly don't want your cherished garden to be in any way mistreated by an ignorant or uninformed "gardener" who is just in it for a buck. So, your aim should be to find a gardener in the Brighton area who can be trusted to do a good job on your garden. With gardens containing bushes, plants and trees requiring expert attention, getting the right gardener is even more critical. Don't put up with chancers, seek out a good gardener.

Gardener Brighton, East Sussex, UK

The routine jobs which need doing in the garden are likely to be much the same regardless whether your garden is small or big. These jobs will need doing more regularly in the spring and summer and perhaps not at all in the winter. The more commonplace place tasks that need doing in Brighton gardens are likely to be grass cutting, general cleaning, trimming hedges and weeding. It is unlikely that your gardener will refuse tasks such as laying patios, driveway cleaning, fence repairs and waste removal.

On the subject of price, this can vary with areas and gardeners, but charges of about twenty pounds per hour are normal and may be even higher. One hours work is not enough to make much impression on your garden, so you should reckon on them needing to spend more time than this. It's not uncommon for a gardener to request at least two hour minimum visit times. Don't forget, they have to get to and from your location, they have to unload and load their van and they may have to dispose of your waste which could mean a trip to the local tip.

Avoid any "gardener" who demands money up front, no trustworthy Brighton gardener will expect this. An exception might be when a large job is involved such as fencing or decking when some money up front may be asked for. It isn't uncommon for a gardener to ask to be paid in cash, though only after the gardening work is completed to your satisfaction. To avoid the possibility of disputes in the future always ask your gardener for a receipt.

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Make certain the gardener knows what your expectations are for your garden, job lists can help make everything clearer. Any self-respecting gardener will be more than happy to help you get your garden in order, use this help and guidance wisely. It might be sensible to verify that your gardener disposes of any waste materials as part of the service, not all Brighton gardeners do. When they have done a good job of tidying your garden they should really take away the rubbish.

Gardeners are used to providing their own refreshments, but this shouldn't stop you from offering them a cup of tea or even a cold drink on a hot summer's day. Small things like this will help make the gardener happy in his/her work and a contented gardener may work harder on your behalf. It helps to keep things friendly, so popping out for a chat every now and again will help to do this and also give you the chance to get some tips from your gardener. As with most things in life, moderation is the key. Keep chats short and to the point so that they can get on with what they are there for.

Brighton Garden Design: If your plan is to not just have your garden tidied up but also to have it completely re-designed, you may need someone other than a standard gardener. Most regular gardeners in Brighton prefer to concentrate on the day to day garden maintenance, leaving design and such like to the better qualified. Discuss this with your gardener and see how they feel about it. The alternative to this is to track down a specialist in garden design.

Some Brighton gardeners will also help with raised beds, garden watering, garden tidying, tree planting, tree surgery, hedge planting, plant sourcing, soft landscaping, hard landscaping, bush trimming, nature gardens, irrigation, snow clearance, garden electrics, greenhouse maintenance, ponds, garden trellis, garden design, water features, bedding plants, winter maintenance, garden management, artificial grass, leaf clearance, digging and other gardening tasks in Brighton, East Sussex.

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