How do I find a good local gardener?
You may feel like you should be doing the hard work and if you don’t – then perhaps it’s not your garden anymore. Well did you know that in the nineteenth century, it was usual for middle-class families to pay for a local gardener?
Before engaging a local gardener you really need to think about what you are trying to achieve. Talk to your gardener so you know exactly what to expect. Some clients we work for are very good in the garden themselves, whilst others want a beautiful garden with minimal input. Do you want the latest must-have plants and trends, or just a neat and tidy garden?
So what to look for. Not all gardeners are the same. Some are brilliantly creative, whilst others will simply do the hard work you don’t want to. Ask your local gardener about their experience, enjoyment and qualifications. Think medium to long term. Somebody who is going to be around for years and can put the effort in.
This is where nicenstripy can help you. We are a UK wide franchise, so all our local gardeners have the necessary skills and support to meet your requirements. Over twenty-five years we have developed our services. Our systems and training are second-to-none and our local gardeners provide a service few can equal. So when you are choosing a local gardener, you may want to choose a company that can achieve your expectations, whether you simply want somebody to do the hard work, or a creative…nicenstripy deliver first time, every time!
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