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Highland Green Lawns & Gardens


Highland Green Lawns and Gardens is run by Bob & Sharon Smith. Bob, a 30 year veteran of the sports turf industry brings the professionalism of greenkeeping and groundsmanship plus a wealth of grass growing know how - from the smallest of gardens to the largest of country estates, from lawns to hedges and beds to bulbs. As well as having had a successful career in greenkeeping and sportsturf Bob is a trained gardener, having gained NC, HNC, Diploma & HND with distinction in Horticulture, winning the Knox prize and working for the BBC's Beechgrove Garden program.

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What do you love most about your job?

I just love being out and about in our beautiful county helping customers make the very most of their gardens, whether its with an established already well manicured garden, a new build garden, something that has perhaps got a bit out of hand or for one of the several large estates we help to care for - all of them are equally challenging in their own way.

What inspired you to start your own business?

Prior to Highland Green coming along I had worked for 25 years at the high end of the sports turf industry on many prestigious sites and projects. In the golfing world I started out as a greenkeeper for 5 years at Loch Lomond Golf Club after which I had the privilege to work on projects at St Andrews Links, Gleneagles and Turnberry Golf Clubs before turning to football stadia such as (in no particular order) Hampden, Ibrox, Celtic Park, Commonwealth Games 2014 (various sites) and even for Olympiakos in Greece. Such beauty and wonder as all of these special places and projects had I found that I was always pulled back towards Moray - a place where I had always visited on holidays as a kid and even into adulthood with my own family, and it is now a place where I proudly and happily call home

Why should our clients choose you?

We are a local family run business who just love what we do - let us come and see what you've got, give you some good advice (its free!) and if we can help you after that then great!

Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.

Integral to our philosophy is imparting our customers with the best of advice - this can be done either face to face or remotely via phone or email.

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

As gardeners we find it easy to naturally 'socially distance' within a garden setting. Our equipment is wiped down after every use, we use more gloves than ever, either nitrile for certain tasks or various types of safety glove dependant on the task. We have accelerated our 'paper-less' ambitions by changing the way we invoice our customers to on-line and regular monthly payments.

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Your expert gardener will be able to advise you on the full range of services available and will be able to advise on what work needs to be done. They will also be able to answer any questions you may have. Use Bark to get free quotes and schedule a visit today.

Gardeners offer a whole host of services. These include the following:

  • Garden maintenance - Gardeners are trained to assist with a whole host of gardening services which include pruning, weeding, planting, feeding, tending to allotments, hedge cutting, hedge trimming, putting up trellises, mulching, laying decorative bark and planting consultation among others.

  • Garden clearance - They can also assist with garden clearance as having a messy garden can really lessen the appeal of your home both to yourself and to visitors. A well-maintained garden can also increase the value of your home.

  • Garden advice - Some companies offer gardening consultation services to advise on suitable new plants and changes that you would implement yourself.

  • Landscaping - landscape gardeners can also offer hard landscaping services such as laying new patios, new decking, new turf for a lawn or building garden buildings such as sheds and bike storage areas.

  • Garden design - Your gardener may also offer garden design services as well as maintenance services.

  • Jet washing - Jet washing can help to immediately improve the appearance of patios and gardens and is offered by many gardening companies.

  • Sourcing and supplying - Your gardener can also source and supply plants, trees, planters and other garden items such as sculptures for your garden.

  • Waste removal - Many firms can also remove huge amounts of waste as part of their services.

  • Benefits - Most gardening companies have a unique selling point and a specific reason to choose them over providers. These could include being a specialist in small gardens, formal gardens and country gardens.

  • Prices - Most gardeners do not offer exact prices on their websites as every garden is so different but they can give you a guideline.
    Contact methods - Professional gardening firms would offer several contact methods such as phone number, contact form and email on their website. They would also come back to you quickly to discuss the proposed work.

  • Organisation stamps - Gardening organisation membership can be proof of quality and high standard of work.

  • Training - It is a good idea to ask if the professional has some form of gardening training to give you peace of mind.

  • Read reviews - Take a look at the reviews on Bark or on the company’s website. Third-party reviews will give you a good overview of the company’s customer satisfaction and service quality.

  • Quotation - Most gardening professionals will do quotations as part of their service so you can explain in detail what you want to be done in the garden. The company will be able to give you a price estimate after an onsite visit.

You could look for gardeners with diplomas, associate degrees, bachelor degrees or certificates in horticulture, landscape design or garden design. The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is the UK’s leading gardening charity and runs specialist gardening courses for basic and advanced level gardeners.

Before you choose a gardener, you could read testimonials and read details of their services on their website.

You could also use Bark to look at their profile page and gardening reviews from past customers too. This might also help you get some ideas for the gardening service you want to book.

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