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Repotting my sick pot plants in Coogee

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Coogee, New South Wales, Australia

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Saturday, 19th Aug 2017
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Robert,
Are you still available tomorrow Aug 13 from 1-5pm? I got your acceptance too late in the day last Sunday.

If so can you please RSVP tonight?
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Hi, my partner and I would like to help you with this. We like to have our 'green thumb' days however in our rental we aren't allowed any plants on the balcony, so we love doing gardening jobs (see our reviews). We are available between 1pm and 4pm tomorrow. The offer is a little bit higher because there are two of us 😊 thanks so much.
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I'll be in Kingsford tomorrow but live in bexley
Monika A.poster
Does that mean you want to come between 1' to 5PM tomorrow?
Hi Monika,

I love and care for plants. Even at my house, they fall sick and I try my best to give them a new life by re-potting etc.

Happy to help you as working with plants interests me. When do you need this to be done latest?

Thank you very much.
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Monika A.poster
Hi Greg,
Sorry no pics, I had great description in my original post 8 days ago.

I live in a large flat with back veranda & about 20 pot plants throughout. Was in hospital 2 months after car crash. Came home to find woman looking after my cat had either overwatered them or neglected others, many now dead or looking very sick.

I'm usually very good with plants (green ones, as its a shady place).

But am not well enough at present to do them all myself.

I need someone with green fingers who also knows how to clean each pot afterwards (along with the mess before leaving) so that the dirt doesn't leak all over the furniture where they live.

In my experience the best way to check a sickly plant is to check the roots & give them a good haircut if potbound.

Or check if they have become mouldy etc.

The 2 largest are covered in sooty mould from the washing on the line.

You would be working on the back veranda table & going in & out of the Laundry nearby to use water

I have potting mix from Bunnings, a large spoon, breadknife to dig plants out of pots, sequeturs & dish brush & scoured to clean pots with, & a jar of fertiliser grain.

I've only got weekends free at present in the afternoons & the plants are looking increasingly miserableI.


Sorry it's a bit late - where do you live - the website forced me to put today but I need someone tomorrow 1-5pm.
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