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Gardener required. Move plants

Posted by Gavin C.

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Newtown NSW, Australia

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Tuesday, 4th Oct 2016
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Hi, I need someone to remove some rubble from the front garden bed and dispose, and then move some plants from the rear of the house to the front, and re-bed them.
The plants are currently in planter boxes. See pics.
Let me know if you need more detail.
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  • Will need a truck or ute to move the plants around the block as they can't go through the house.
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Stephen W.
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Hi Allan
I have to bid on what you have offered as it is a fixed offer you have made , I will take the loss on the fee for these bricks
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Steve
2 years ago
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Hi Gavin
quote did cover for responsible dumping of the bricks ,taking them to the tip and paying the tip fee ,i don't dump rubbish in the street ,lanes etc
Gavin C.poster
Stephen, I'm not sure what your quote covers. Let me cancel the job and post it again for just the rubble removing. I'll leave it an open bid. thanks
Hi Alan
Yes I will make an offer for those bricks to be removed
Regards
Steve
Gavin C.poster
Hi Steve, not sure what it is tbh. I thought it was some sort of bamboo grass. I'll take your advice though. Could you quote on removing the rubble and we can discuss an alternative plant on site.
Hi Gavin
I could help you out
I do quality work and have all my own commercial equipment
A question please
Is that bamboo ? and if so is it non invasive or clumping Bamboo if it invasive you would not want to put it into the ground -:)
Regards
Steve
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