A  garden for you

A garden for you

A  garden for you is a verified pro service provider Certificate of Excellence 2019

A  garden for you locationryde, isle of wright

(4 Reviews)

A Garden for you Services
The following domestic, commercial, industrial and schools gardening and landscaping services can be provided on a one-off, seasonal or regular basis:

Hedge cutting Mowing of grassed areas
Strimming and edging of borders Pruning of trees, shrubs and bushes
Hedge cutting & tree work
Garden clearance
Grounds clearance and rubbish disposal

Removal of garden wastes
Beds and border work
Turf/topsoil supplied and laid
Leaf clearance
Fencing and decking

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A  garden for you Reviews

A garden for you Reviews


Review of A  garden for you by Beverley Corcoran
5 14/12/2015 Beverley Corcoran



5star
Started doing my garden today. Hard worker. Very pleased.

Review of A  garden for you by Lyn Walker
5 14/12/2015 Lyn Walker




5starGood tidy worker and reliable
March 9, 2015 ยท

Review of A  garden for you by Lyn Walker
5 Lyn Walker

Good tidy worker and reliable

Review of A  garden for you by Ralph Mitchell
4 Ralph Mitchell

Nathan has not got a clue how to cut grass he left my lawn in a right mess do not uses him

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A garden for you Location

7 Cromwell Rd, Blackpool FY1 2RG, UK

Work history from A  garden for you

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gardening

a garden for you

From April 2015 to present.

A gardener is any person involved in gardening, arguably the oldest occupation, from the hobbyist in a residential garden, the homeowner supplementing the family food with a small vegetable garden or orchard, to an employee in a plant nursery or the head gardener in a large estate. Garden design and maintenance The garden designer is someone who will design the garden, and the gardener is the person who will undertake the work to produce the desired outcome. Design The term gardener is also used to describe garden designers and landscape gardeners, who are involved chiefly in the design of gardens, rather than the practical aspects of horticulture. Garden design is considered to be an art in most cultures, distinguished from gardening, which generally means garden maintenance. Vita Sackville-West, Gertrude Jekyll and William Robinson were garden designers as well as gardeners.[2] Garden design is the creation of a plan for the construction of a garden, in a design process. The product is the garden, and the garden designers attempt to optimize the given general conditions of the soil, location and climate, ecological, and geological conditions and processes to choose the right plants in corresponding conditions. The design can include different themes such as perennial, butterfly, wildlife, Japanese, water, tropical, or shade gardens.[3] In 18th-century Europe, country estates were refashioned by landscape gardeners into formal gardens or landscaped park lands, such as at Versailles, France, or Stowe, England. Today, landscape architects and garden designers continue to design both private garden spaces, residential estates and parkland, public parks and parkways to site planning for campuses and corporate office parks. Professional landscape designers are certified by the Association of Professional Landscape Designers.[4] Maintenance[edit] The designer also provides directions and supervision during construction, and the management of establishment and maintenance once the garden has been created. The gardener is the person who has the skill to maintain the garden's design. The gardener's labor during the year include planting flowers and other plants, weeding, pruning, grafting, removal of dead flowers, mixing and preparation of insecticides and other products for treating pests, and tending garden compost. Weeds tend to thrive at the expense of the more refined edible or ornamental plants. Gardeners need to control weeds using physical or chemical methods to stop weeds from reaching a mature stage of growth when they could be harmful to domesticated plants. Early activities, such as starting young plants from seeds for later transplantation, are usually performed in April to May. See also[edit]

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