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Finding a Gardener in Plymouth: 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 "bloke down the road" who somebody told you about or alternatively get in touch with a professional Plymouth gardener who will likely do a better job. Whilst formal qualifications are not a requirement for gardeners, a professional is likely to have a wider range of knowledge than that "guy down the street" and will have a reputation to uphold. At the end of the day you will have to choose.

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It is not too much to ask that any gardener treats your garden, plants and contents with a degree of respect. This means that finding a local Plymouth gardener who does a good job and can be trusted should be your aim. This will be even more critical for those of you with trees and shrubs in your garden. Find yourself a decent Plymouth gardener, not just any guy who knocks on your door.

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Even if your garden is relatively small, there are a handful of jobs which need attending to on a routine basis. More frequent visits will be necessary in the spring and summertime and maybe none at all during the wintertime. In general general cleaning, hedge trimming, lawn mowing and weeding are the common jobs that people in Plymouth need doing in their gardens. Many gardeners will also be happy to take care of jobs like decking installation, garden fencing, waste removal and cleaning driveways

Expect to shell out something like £20 per hour for hiring the expertise of a professional gardener, the "guy down the street" will be a bit cheaper. You may find that your gardener will not be prepared to put in just an hours work. It would not be that unusual for a gardener to have a minimum visit time of 2 to 3 hours. When you consider things like travel, tool unloading and re-loading, and taking your waste to the tip this is easy to understand.

You should be suspicious of any gardener who demands payment in advance. When the gardener has finished working you may be asked for payment in cash, this is not at all unusual. Irrespective of what kind of payment you agree with your gardener, always ask for a receipt as proof that he/she has been paid.

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A list of required tasks will help your gardener to plan his/her day, clearly lay out you exact requirements at the start. Any self-respecting gardener will be more than happy to help you get your garden in order, use this help and guidance wisely. It is always a good idea to check if your gardener includes the removal of waste in his/her service, this is not always the case. You don't want to get left with a big pile of waste that you can't get rid of.

Gardening makes you thirsty so keep yours supplied with drinks if you're at home. These acts of kindness can go a long way and may even result in a better quality of job. By having a quick chat with your gardener every once in a while, you can pick up some tips while also building a friendly rapport. Don't stand there all day twittering on however, which only results in a frustrated gardener and an incomplete garden.

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