Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Case study: landscaping


I try to do most of my own gardening.  It’s a great way to get outdoors, socialise with the neighbours, and save money, in comparison to hiring someone.

However, around once a year, I need professional assistance.  My property has lots of vines and tropical plants that grow profusely and require someone with stronger willpower than me to prune.  I always look at them after their “haircut” and think they’ll never grow back, but they recover surprisingly quickly.


I have a regular landscaper that I use.  He comes out for a day and tackles all the jobs that have built up over the past year.