Myhome Gardening is London’s number one garden maintenance service. We aim to provide our client’s with a first class service from the initial enquiry right through to completion of the task. Our customer service team are on-hand to discuss your requirements right now. Like everyone in our organisation they are knowledgeable, polite and friendly with a positive attitude.
Regular Garden Services London
Our gardening teams are on hand to provide various different services. If you would like to schedule in a regular recurring job during Spring or Summer, whereby a trusted experienced gardener will come on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis to maintain the order of your garden we will be happy to organise this for you.
One Off Visit
Alternatively, if you just need to organise an annual or seasonal visit whereby a gardener will come to provide you with a big tidy up after Autumn or in the Spring we would be happy to organise this for you.
Equipment and Products
All our Gardeners come fully equipped with all the small tools that they will require to do the job and they are happy to go get any materials required once they see the job. Once the job has been completed, payment is taken and you will be emailed a receipt.
List of Services
Just some of the tasks we carry out;
– Trimming and pruning of hedges, borders and shrubs
– Cutting and lawn maintenance
– Removal and replacement of turf
– Pressure washing of patio and footpath areas
Larger Jobs – Home Survey & Quote
With larger jobs it may best for one of our gardeners to drop by to see exactly what is required. Once this has been established our office staff will get you out a quote for the entire job. This survey is free assuming that it will take only 30 minutes.
Smaller Jobs – Time Based – Pay only for the Time You Use
For the smaller gardening tasks our customer service team will simply give you the hourly rate. People normally choose this option when they have a number of smaller tasks to do.
Our rates are as follows:
£40.00 for the first half-hour and £25.00 for any half-hour thereafter.
There are very few jobs which we cannot do so please give us a call to discuss your requirements today on the number above
Established for over 15 years with over 150,000 cleans completed. Our staff are full-time, DBS checked, equipped and uniformed professionals who are fully insured against ALL eventualities.
If we don’t get it right, we’ll do the job again free of charge!
Give your shovel a non-stick finish.
When gardening having mud and earth sticking to your shovel can add a lot of time and effort to a job. By spray your garden shovel or spade with a Teflon or silicone oil will help a great deal. A generous coat of this spray will effectively create a non-stick surface on the tool helping dirt and mud to slip right off.
Are your garden pots too heavy?
Larger planting pots can take a lot of heavy soil and when you add in the weight of the plant and water you could amount to a back breaking load. By simply filling the lower third of the pot with standard foam packing peanuts this will greatly reduce the overall weight without adversely affecting the growing ability of the plant. Always place some gardening fabric between the packing foam and the composite/earth mix.
Getting your new plants home safely!
We all know what happens when we put our newly purchased plants into the back of the car. By the time we get home many will have fallen over and been damaged. To avoid this simply put a layer or tarp or plastic down in the boot along with a small 3 step ladder. Then when you get the plants to your car pop them into the individual slots between the steps. This will keep them upright for the journey home.
Protect your garden from an aggressive plant
There are many plants which if left to their own devices would happily take over. Halting this once it has started can be difficult and sometime impossible without killing the plant. A great way to counter this is to plant it using a standard large planting container. Simply put the plant into the container and cut the base from the bottom. Then dig out the correct sized hole and bed the plant into it. With the base of the container remover the plant’s roots expand as required but only directly down into the soil. The sides of the container will also restrict new sprouts from expanding sideways.
Effective Fence Posts
Instead of cutting the fence post off level at the top it is better to cut at a 45 degree angle. When the post is installed with the angle on top it will allow the posts to weather a lot longer as the rain will run off it quicker. It will also make the fence more secure, as it reduces the ability of people to climb over the sharp edges.