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Finding a Gardener in Stirling: Sorting out a dreary and overgrown garden is not everyone's cup of tea, so if you find yourself in this situation you should not be afraid to ask for some outside assistance. Now, some Stirling people choose to fetch in a professional gardener while others plump for the "geezer down the street" who tinkers around with gardens. Although there is no guarantee that a professional gardener will have any recognised horticultural qualifications, he/she will almost certainly have a great deal more gardening knowledge than that "chap down the road" is going to have.

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You need your cherished garden to be given a degree of respect by whoever is looking after it. Always try to track down a gardener in the Stirling area who will do a good job and who can be trusted. If you've got trees, plants and shrubs needing special attention, this will become more important still. Don't get stuck with rogues and cowboys, hire a proper gardener.

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The thing with gardens is that the jobs that need doing are routine, the same things need doing perhaps weekly, fortnightly or monthly. Such routine jobs will need attention more frequently at certain times of the year, in particular spring and summer. Typical jobs that Stirling people need doing in their gardens include: general cleaning, weeding, trimming hedges and lawn mowing. Additional tasks like waste removal, cleaning driveways, patio installation and garden fencing will also be within the capabilities of most experienced gardeners.

Decent gardeners do not come cheap, the "guy down the road" might do your gardening for £10 or £12 an hour, but a professional will probably charge nearer to £20 per hour. You may find that your gardener will not be prepared to put in just an hours work. Generally gardeners would prefer to spend a minimum of 2 - 3 hours to make it worthwhile. Getting to and from your house, unloading and re-loading tools and equipment, and transporting your garden waste to the local tip are all factors that they have to consider before taking on a gardening job.

Payment in advance is not something that gardeners usually ask for, so be cautious if your gardener requires this. Ensure you have some cash to hand on gardening day because most gardeners prefer this kind of payment when they have finished. To avoid the possibility of disputes in the future always ask your gardener for a receipt.

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At the outset explain to your gardener what your exact requirements are, a job list is also helpful in setting out your priorities. Getting the full benefit of your gardeners expertise is something you should always seek to do. Make sure that all twigs, weeds and lawn cuttings will be removed and disposed of afterwards, certain gardeners don't do this.

Remember to keep the gardener supplied with drinks if you are around while the gardening is being done. You can expect your gardener to very much appreciate gestures like this and to repay you with increased output. In order to build a friendly rapport with your gardener and to pick their brains for gardening tips, go out for a natter from time to time. This is not to say you should stand there all day gabbing, this will merely hinder your gardener and stop him/her from doing their job.

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