5 Garden Planters (Clean Up, Repotting, Water Garden Plants etc.) in Casey

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From Garden Maintenance, Garden Planting, and Garden Tidy Up; you can get all types of Garden Planting done usually between $68-$76, with the median price of Garden Planting in Casey being $72.
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Gardening - Weeding and Planting

$55

Casey ACT, Australia

4th Sep 2018

I need someone to come today or tomorrow to plant 10 plants (shallow ground/easy dig) and do some weeding. I think it will be about 2hrs work. Must bring a spade as I don't have one, but I will deal with the green waste and I have a weeding fork.

Offers welcome...Weeding and plant 7 plants.

$50

Casey ACT, Australia

29th Aug 2018

I have a small strip of garden at the front of my house that has the start of the weeds popping through and some litter here and there. I also have 7 plants that need to be planted. Photos attached. No need to take garden waste away but a spade would be preferred as I don’t have one. I have weeding forks and garden waste bags. Photos attached.

Remove or tame Flax Grass Plants

$100

Casey ACT, Australia

30th Dec 2019

3 or 4 large established flax grass plants in my front garden bed are growing over the path and causing a trip hazard. I’ve attempted to tidy but the grass is so strong and difficult to prune. I think they’d be ok if they were positioned elsewhere in the garden bed, away from the pathway but as I intend to redo the entire front bed anyway it might just be best to remove them.

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