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Jobs your gardener can do

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Jobs your gardener can do

Having an amazing outdoor space can add value to your life and to your property. Life can be busy and putting the time into your garden that it really needs to reach its full potential is just not possible for many people. That’s where Town and Country Gardens can help.

We offer garden maintenance in Wimbledon and the surrounding areas. We’ll travel even further afield for extensive projects and have plenty of experience undertaking larger jobs. The scope of your gardening service provider’s experience determines how much you can use them to create the garden of your dreams.

Tidying up

The most basic jobs are important for keeping a garden healthy and vibrant. Setting up a schedule of mowing, weeding, and pruning with Town and Country Gardens couldn’t be easier when you engage us for your garden maintenance. We offer a friendly, professional service designed to take the hard graft out of maintaining your garden.


Maybe you have just moved and want to put your own stamp on your new garden or you just haven’t gotten around to creating the space you want yet or are not sure how. Whatever the situation, Town and Country Gardens can design a functional, beautiful space for you. We provide fully inclusive quotes that cover all aspects of the execution so you know what you are getting upfront. Once all the work is done, we can offer a plan for garden maintenance to keep your new garden up to scratch as the seasons change.


There are lots of structures and additions that add a new dimension to a garden space. From storage and sheds to decking, water features, and barbeque areas, the potential is almost limitless. At Town and Country Gardens, we can offer you advice on how to make the most of the outdoor area of your home through building projects. Whether you already have an idea about what you want or would like us to make suggestions based on a review of your garden, we are happy to help. This can also include information on the pros and cons of different materials and methods to help you make the right choice.

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