Brisbane weather this summer was a challenge. Long drought periods followed by torrential downpours. This kind of weather leaves many gardens devastated, overgrown and in need of care.
It’s all a little overwhelming sometimes but now that the weather is more pleasant, it’s time to tackle that overgrown garden. It is time to trim, prune, weed, and remove all the overgrowth and damaged plants and trees in your garden and get everything back to looking gorgeous again (at least to stop the neighbours hinting that you’re letting the nieghbourhood down).
Most homeowners make the mistake of organising a cleanup day for their yards without planning for rubbish removal afterwards. That means they’re left with unsightly piles of yard waste including branches, hedge trimmings, and heaps of grass cuttings with no way to remove them. So, before you begin, you need to have a plan for garden rubbish removal when the work is done.
Your garden tasks checklist
This time of year, your garden work can include:
- Remove spent annuals from garden beds
- Rake leaves and compost them or bag for removal
- Lawn mowing and aerating
- Re-potting and potted plant care
- Pruning fruit and other trees
- Removing downed limbs and trees
- Trimming hedges
- Collecting all the old junk lying around
- Calling us when you’re done!
It’s a lot of work, and when you think about removing all that rubbish at the end of the day, well…the whole project becomes overwhelming if you’re left staring at a pile of garden junk with no way to get rid of it.
Be sure to call us and plan ahead
Planning ahead and pre-booking is best but on the day feel free to give us a call or complete the rubbish enquiry form and we can give you an estimate over the phone or arrange a time to do so.
Removing green waste from your yard and garden doesn’t have to be a hassle. Leave that to the experts so you can focus on creating beautiful and relaxing outdoor spaces.