• regular lawn-care programmes
  • one-off visits (scarifying, aerating, top-dressing)
  • moss, weed and algae control
  • redesigning the layout of the garden to improve its appearance
  • improving usability by optimising access to the whole garden, enlarging open areas or play areas, and creating screened spaces and sitting areas
  • reducing maintenance needs by simplifying the layout, such as by reducing borders, replacing existing plants with ones that require less attention and using mulching or decorative aggregate
  • shrub rejuvenation
  • tree thinning, tree lifting etc.
  • correcting soil pH imbalances and changing soil composition (e.g. increasing organic matter)
  • improving drainage
  • treating diseases (mildew, rust, black spot); pest control (aphids, leatherjackets, chafer grubs, ants, foxes, moles, rats)
  • enhancing appeal by introducing greater variety in foliage, colour and texture
  • removing unwanted garden features such as patios, paths and edgings

 

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