Gardener Dalry North Ayrshire

Finding a Gardener in Dalry: 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. Now, some Dalry people choose to fetch in a professional gardener while others plump for the "chap down the street" who tinkers around with gardens. Whilst a professional gardener might not necessarily have qualifications he/she will likely know considerably more than that "bloke down the street". The final decision is of course yours.

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Your garden is precious and you don't want it ruined by somebody who doesn't know how to appreciate it. This means that finding a local Dalry gardener who does a good job and can be trusted should be your aim. Some plants and trees need special care, in which case this is even more important. Avoid settling for any old chancer, find yourself a decent gardener.

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The thing about gardening is that there are always jobs that need doing routinely, even on small gardens. The warmth of spring and summer increases the frequency with which these jobs need to be done. You'll not be surprised to learn that the most commonly requested gardening jobs are grass cutting, hedge pruning, general cleaning and weeding. Other jobs like repairing fences, decking installation, driveway cleaning and waste removal are also within most gardeners remit.

How much you pay depends on who you hire, the hourly rate for a professional gardener will be at least £20, while you might get away with £10 - £15 if you take a chance on that "fellow down the road". Don't expect miracles, especially on the first session, and count on it taking more than a single hour for your gardener to make much difference to the look of your garden. Many gardeners might even insist on a minimum visit time of at least two hours or so. This is not greed or stretching the job out, but simply making allowances for travel, unloading and waste removal when necessary.

Give short shrift to any Dalry gardener who expects to be paid up front before doing any work. You might however expect to pay a deposit for materials with larger tasks such as hard landscaping. It is not unusual for gardeners to ask for payment in cash, but only after the work is done. Insist on getting a receipt especially where cash is involved, this will avoid any disputes about unpaid work later on.

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Be clear about your expectations from the very beginning, prepare a list of work you need doing. Your gardener will be there to give you advice and guidance on any aspect of your garden, so make the most of his/her knowledge. Not every gardener is prepared to remove all the green waste, it would pay you to verify that yours is happy to do this.

While most gardeners bring their own food and refreshments it doesn't hurt to ask if they would like a cup of tea or coffee while they are working. Your gardener will be grateful for such kindness. In order to benefit from his/her knowledge and to keep a friendly rapport going, pop out for a chat now and again. It is not however a good idea to pester them constantly which will have the effect of annoying them and slowing the work down.

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