This Article is contributed by Ella Andrews, a dedicated writer, blogger and aesthete who finds her greatest inspiration in gardening and landspacing projects. She likes to share with readers her vision in regards to the perfect garden and the perfectly clean and organized home
Making your garden presentable sometimes can be a frustrating experience especially if you don’t have green fingers! When you want your garden to look better, it therefore makes sense to call the services of a professional gardener who is extremely knowledgeable and helpful and can make your garden look more beautiful – then all you have to do is sit back and admire their handiwork!
If you don’t have green fingers or your garden has room for improvement, it may be best left in the hands of an expert! It is hard to put a price tag on peace of mind but for a little extra cost you could have a professional gardener doing some of the work for you and giving your garden a well needed makeover! An expert can help you accomplish personal projects in your garden that you thought were unattainable and now you can be the envy of all the neighbours! Professionals understand that it is not their garden project and therefore they make sure they incorporate your personality in the garden. They also understand that you will have design preferences – they know at all times it is the client they have to please. Expert gardeners can turn abandoned areas into beautiful gardens, learn from the experts how to best preserve your garden!
After the first consultation a gardener should give you an estimate for the project. A completed design will be drawn up by them and given to you so that you know that the garden is built accurately in every way, each plant for example is planted according to the planting plan. Prices can vary depending on the scope of the work that needs to be done, the size of the property, the type of plants used etc. Some professionals offer a comprehensive service to include garden clearance, new border designs or layout, lawn care, border upkeep, pruning, hedge cutting, seasonal planting, installation of decking, supplying new turf and top soil check their full range of services and see what options are available to you. You should receive at least four quotes from garden experts and that way you know you are getting the best value for money. Some offer a free visit design and always insist on looking at their portfolio of work. This may inspire you as well as giving you some ideas on how to set about designing your garden. It is also evidence that they can do what they say they can do!
Gardeners purchase plants at a discounted rate which helps offset their fees. Gardeners can also show you the latest trends and keep you on schedule and on budget. They will advise you how to grow bigger and better plants and help you to maintain strong and healthy plants in your garden.
They can recommend using the right products in the right quantities at the right time of the year for example the use of different fertilisers to meet your lawn’s needs. If you are feeling very ambitious they can do a complete remodelling of your garden. Essentially experts cover all aspects of gardening!
Professional gardening has increased in popularity over the years as many people want to improve their surroundings adding colour and style to their gardens. Planning a successful garden combines knowledge from a variety of disciplines and that’s where the experts come in! Whether you have a small garden or extensive grounds, whether you wish to decrease the amount of plant life in the garden or increase, hiring a professional gardener could add value to your home and make a huge difference to the overall appearance of your property.
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