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Our garden maintenance services include:
• Lawn mowing and edging
Throughout the year your garden will also benefit from:
• Targeted weed control
For All Inclusive Professional Care of Your Garden
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**All chemicals, fertilisers, irrigation parts, tipping fees and garden treatments are included in our competitive hourly rate, there are no hidden charges on any of our services.
You'll benefit from:
• Zero lawn weeds introduced to your lawn, because none of our lawns have weeds and ALL of our lawns are treated every year for weeds
• Zero pest and diseases brought in from other gardens, because pests and diseases are treated in ALL our gardens, and all of our tools are cleaned between gardens
• Zero broken sprinklers, because we check and repair your system EVERY VISIT and replace whatever needs to be fixed (even if it wasn't broken by us) at no charge to you
• Zero stubborn weeds, because we use targeted chemicals formulated specifically to kill tough weeds such as oxalis, couch grass, nut grass, onion grass, crab grass and other hard to remove weeds
Perth's Only Tailored Gardening Service
Gardening in Perth successfully takes a wealth of knowledge and experience. Good gardeners have learned to ignore 95% of what they are told is good for their garden, because they know that gardening in Perth is completely unlike anywhere else in Australia – let alone the world!
You'll be surprised to learn:
• Slow release fertilisers are not suitable for Perth gardens because our watering restrictions don't apply enough water to release the nutrients into the soil. The salts used to slow down the release of nutrients also build up in our soils when there isn't adequate water, making our plants wilt more easily. Quick release fertiliser is the better option.
• Black Karri and Peat mulch and straw mulches are ineffective for your Perth garden because neither protect your soil from our harsh sun. Black mulch heats up, germinating more weeds and drying out your soil; straw mulch is too loose to stop evaporation, and adds few nutrients to your soil. A course wood chip type mulch is best.