Pergolas and Gazebos Thame

Pergolas and Gazebos in Thame: Even though you may enjoy doing the gardening you can sometimes get so behind that it becomes overgrown and a bit of a mess. This might be the right time to bring in someone else to help you. Should you hire a professional Thame gardener or the "fellow down the road" who does gardens cheap? 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 "guy down the street" is going to have. The choice is yours at the end of the day.

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It should certainly go without saying that any gardener you hire should be informed enough to care for your garden and the contents within it. Always be certain to get hold of a local Thame gardener who can be counted on. You will come to realise that this is even more important when you've got trees and shrubs needing a higher level of care. You shouldn't take any chances, hire the best gardener you can afford.

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No matter what size your garden is there will always be jobs that require attention as part of a routine. Such routine jobs will need attention more frequently at certain times of the year, in particular spring and summer. In general grass cutting, hedge cutting, weeding and general tidying are the common jobs that people in Thame need doing in their gardens. Other jobs like garden fencing, patio installation, cleaning driveways and waste clearance are also within most gardeners remit.

While that "bloke down the street" might quote you ten to fifteen pounds an hour to "do" your garden, an experienced gardener will come at a considerably higher price (£20 per hour maybe). One hour in your garden is not very much and the average gardener will need to spend more time than that to get much done. Some gardeners may even insist on a minimum slot of two or three hours. The reason for this is that they have to allow time for travel, waste disposal and getting tools on and off their truck.

Asking for money up front is not normal for gardeners (unlike builders), so be extra careful if they do. Paying a deposit for materials might be appropriate for bigger jobs like hard landscaping. Don't be surprised if your gardener asks for cash payment, this isn't unusual, but of course only when the work is finished. Insist on getting a receipt especially where cash is involved, this will avoid any disputes about unpaid work later on.

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Before any work commences make sure your gardener is clear about what needs to be done and has a plan of action to complete it. In order for you to get the most out of your gardener, you should always be willing to ask for advice and help. The removal of the waste that has been generated isn't something that all gardeners are prepared to do, make sure that yours does. Unless you need it for your compost heap in which case you might want to keep it.

It doesn't hurt to offer your gardener a drink during their toils, after all gardening is thirsty work. There is no telling what advantages may be gained by you for such little acts of kindness. Don't be afraid to wander out and have a chat with your gardener when circumstances permit, this will help build a friendly connection with the gardener and encourage a sharing of ideas. Having said that, don't hold your gardener up by wittering on all day and preventing him/her from getting on with the job.

Thame Garden Design: Where total garden re-designs are concerned it is a case of "suck it and see". These days computer programs are available to help with garden design, not all gardeners will have access to this. Your gardener will soon let you know if he/she is confident about this branch of gardening. Otherwise you'll have to search for an expert in the field of garden design.

Certain Thame gardeners will also assist you with soft landscaping, tree surgery, plant selection, shed replacement, garden design, nature gardens, disease identification, soil health checks, hard landscaping, pond cleaning, irrigation, hedge planting, strimming, digging, composting, bedding plants, garden management, garden trellis, leaf collecting, pest control, garden planters, artificial turf, tree planting, greenhouse maintenance, winter maintenance, potting out and other gardening jobs in Thame, Oxfordshire.

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